8 Ways to Decorate Your Kitchen with Plants

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Everyone knows that plants deserve a special place in their home. They go well in any part of the house, and the kitchen is no exception. Decorating your kitchen with plants comes with a lot of benefits. For example, they help to reduce stress, anxiety, sickness and improve air quality.

No matter your experience with plants, you should still consider having them in your apartment. If you are just starting your plant journey, pay attention to these 8 ways to decorate your kitchen with plants.

Why You Should Decorate Your Kitchen with Plants

Plants are aesthetically pleasing. They add an ambiance of peacefulness to any room they grace with their presence. The color green evokes a sense of harmony. It is also the color of nature and makes you feel connected to the earth.

There are so many health benefits to having a plant inside your home. Various studies have shown that indoor plants reduce stress and anxiety levels. Even workers who had a small desk plant showed fewer stress levels than those who did not have any plant in their office.

What you look at all day is vital to your mental health and, if you are someone who spends a lot of time in your kitchen, you might not have the best view outside your window. You could live in an apartment or the city, and your view could be lacking that essential green color your mind and body crave.

Rosemary is a plant that fits in the kitchen well because it can be used as a spice or seasoning. It has many health benefits, such as it helps to aid in digestion, chronic pain, and the common cold.

Decorating your kitchen with plants will help solve this problem. It can help reduce your stress levels even while cooking thanksgiving dinner. However, scientifically, during photosynthesis, plants take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen that humans need to live. So even if the mental benefits and aesthetics aren’t enough to bring plants to your indoor space, consider the air quality boost plants can provide. Let’s walk through the 8 steps to decorate your kitchen with plants and have them look like a million bucks.

1. Flowers on the Dining Table

Flowers on the Dining Table

A classic way to decorate your kitchen with plants is to put a vase on your dining room table as a centerpiece. A new twist on this classic style is to place a potted plant on your table or even a tabletop terrarium.

The perfect plant to use as a centerpiece for your dining room table is one that does not need direct sunlight like a succulent or cactus. Suppose your kitchen or dining room has lower lighting. In that case, a great plant to use as your centerpiece is the Zamioculcas zamiifolia (ZZ plant) or the Christmas cactus. Both are beautiful, unique, easy to care for, and surely able to be that statement piece you desire.

2. Recycle Pots

Recycle Pots

Have you ever received pots and pans as a gift but had no idea what to do with them? If you are looking for a do-it-yourself project, you can repurpose your older pans into pots for plants.

Remodeling pots is a sustainable way to decorate your kitchen with plants. Recycling utensils is an excellent alternative to using plastic pots for your plants. These plastics end up in landfills and cause harm to the environment.

This craft is a fun idea for someone who is looking to stay busy or even a fun activity to do with children. You can place these pots into your kitchen or give them as gifts for others to put in their home.

3. Match With Kitchen Color

Match With Kitchen Color

Plants come in a wide variety, like the purple passion plant is flower-covered in tiny purple hairs. Whether you are reprocessing your pots and pans or buying a new set, you can match them to the colors of your kitchen. It is even possible to coordinate pots, flowers, and other foliage with your kitchen theme.

4. A Kitchen Garden in Pots

A Kitchen Garden in Pots

If you have a large kitchen with lots of bare space, filling it with a large plant is an excellent idea. A good choice for a tall plant that you can use to decorate your kitchen is the parlor palm tree plant.

It can grow to six feet tall, making it a neat statement piece. If you opt for a palm tree, remember to repot it from time to time to allow the roots room to grow to their full potential. The good thing about this plant is that it will look beautiful covering the empty floor space in your kitchen, making it feel full and cozy instead of cold and spacious.

5. Kitchen Windowsill Plants

Kitchen Windowsill Plants

The windowsill is one of the best places in your home to have an indoor plant. Windowsills are great for cacti or window boxes. Window plants receive plenty of sunlight and remain out of the way of traffic, all while still sprucing up the area.

Having a plant on your kitchen windowsill will provide you with all the health benefits of owning an indoor plant, as well as having a petty view as the dishes get washed.

Pilea peperomioide is a beautiful plant to have on the windowsill. It is also called the friendship plant, and they thrive in bright light, meaning it will love being in the kitchen window.

6. Plants Walls

Plants Walls

If you live in a home with low lighting and can’t seem to find a place to decorate your kitchen with plants, you can buy pictures of plants to put on your walls. You can also paint, draw, or color your own images to hang. Photos of plants around your kitchen can still give you the feeling of peace and happiness.

Aside from photographs that aren’t precisely gardening but still beautiful. You can also create a vertical wall garden in your kitchen. Vertical gardens can be reserved or full-fledge greenery all over. You can achieve this by mounting plant shelves up and down the wall where you see fit or by creating an in-wall irrigation system and going crazy with the plants and moss. There is no way to fail when creating a vertical wall garden indoors.

7. A Window Box

A Window Box

Some kitchen windows don’t have windowsills, but that shouldn’t stop you from decorating your kitchen with plants. You can make a window box or buy one premade. Plants that dangle over the sides of the window box are good traditional choices because they give the feeling of lusciousness to their space.

A common hanging plant used in this category is Swedish ivy. It can serve as a houseplant for many years. Swedish ivy is the perfect plant for beginning gardeners because it will grow in a wide variety of soil. If you are using this in an indoor window box, it should be in bright but indirect light.

8. Hanging Plants

Hanging Plants

Decorating your kitchen with plants by incorporating hanging plants is a popular trend. You can find a wide array of pictures on Pinterest of spice racks repurposed to hang plants. It is a stylish and unique way to incorporate nature into your home.

You can also add hanging plants in bare corners of the kitchen, above the kitchen sink, ivy’s around doorways, and even streaming from the cabinetry.

Decorate Your Kitchen with Plants – The Wrap-up

If you have a spacious kitchen, you can place tall indoor plants in the empty floor space to make the kitchen look glamorous and appear fuller. If you live in an apartment and have a very tiny kitchen, a small plant on your windowsill can be what you need to look at while standing at the sink.

Indoor plants have many beneficial properties, such as healing and stress reduction. They purify the air around them by emitting oxygen, healing the mind and soul, sprucing the space they grace, and overall creating a more warming and welcoming environment. The kitchen is a great room to decorate with plants.

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