January is such a paradox — it somehow feels simultaneously like a big let down after the holidays AND so full of promise and possibility. That is especially the case with the sub-freezing temps we’ve been hit with this year! Houseplants are so perfect for paradoxical January. Adding a few plants to your home can liven it up if it feels a bit “naked” after holiday decorations come down. And the burst of greenery and color can help maximize your New Year joie de vivre so the dreary, bitterly cold weather doesn’t get the best of you (and your resolutions).
At Heritage Farm & Garden, we don’t think houseplants have to be limited to the standard, potted variety that sits behind a sofa or next to a table. Hanging houseplants from your ceiling can really add dimension to your living space. We have a wide selection of hanging houseplants available at Heritage Farm & Garden. We’ve gathered some inspiration from around the web to help you envision how hanging houseplants can enhance your space.
We love, love, love the use of hanging houseplants over this bed! It would feel like falling asleep outdoors every night, and how could a morning get off to a bad start when the first thing you see is all this beautiful green foliage?
This geometric display feels so crisp and modern. The planters are unique and the combination of the different shapes is striking.
This floating shelf is a lovely way to display a grouping of houseplants. And the best news? Hometalk has a great tutorial so you can make this yourself!
The way the tendrils of this houseplant drape across the window is so delicate and beautiful. We cannot imagine a more tranquil setting for dishwashing.
Finally, this display above the bathtub feels like the most serene way to unwind (and stay warm!) after a long day. We think some of our handier readers could make a ladder display like the one seen here.
We hope these gorgeous photos have sparked some ideas for your own home! Stop in to Heritage Farm & Garden to see just how easy it is to inject some life into your home during this long and dreary winter season!