5 Indoor Plants You Should Get to Beautify Your Home

by | Last updated May 2, 2022

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If you are looking for a new hobby to help you destress and relax, you should consider buying indoor plants for your home. You will have something to care for to beautify your home, and at the same time, you get decoration pieces that will breathe life into any room.

However, with so many indoor plant species available, how do you decide which one to choose for your home? Admittedly, some species are more beautiful than others, so if you are looking for plants that will level up the aesthetic of your rooms, you have to know which ones look better than others.

Don’t worry; you don’t have to look far. Here are the top five beautiful and air purifying indoor plants you’ll love to have for your collection.

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1. Monstera

When the craze of buying plants for home air purification began, the Monstera plant was the one people hurried to bring home. More often than not, the Monstera Deliciosa is sold out in plant shops, and they can go for very high prices due to the sheer demand.

The Monstera is distinguishable from other species because of its huge holed leaves and the ridges on the edges. If you want to add this beauty to your indoor garden, make sure you keep it in an area with bright yet indirect lighting so it will live a long and happy life.

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2. Bird of Paradise

If you are looking for tall house plants that will be a statement piece in one of your home’s vacant corners, you should opt for Birds of Paradise. This plant delivers on the concept of “more is more” with its dynamic growth.

Its huge leaves are deep green, so they can easily enliven a room and give your eyes a break if you are in the mood to relax. Don’t forget to place in it a bright and sunny spot so it will remain healthy and as green as it can be.

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3. Cactus

If you’re a first time plant parent, it might be scary to commit to taking care of one. Cacti are very low-maintenance, usually requiring watering only once or twice a week. If you think you might be a little too forgetful or busy, or you want to start small, a cactus plant will be more forgiving.

Additionally, there are various types of cacti, so you can opt to choose a style or aesthetic that appeals to you. You can pick up tabletop cacti or you can go for those that you can set up on the floor if you want larger plants.

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4. Calathea

If you are after a gorgeous aesthetic, the Calathea will surely deliver. Its two-tone color is very pleasant to the eyes. Even more, the Calathea Medallion will give you hints of purple and burgundy to liven up your space.

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5. Rubber Plant

The last plant on our list is the Rubber Plant, which is one of the easiest plants to maintain. It has large glossy leaves that are appealing to the eyes. All you need for this plant is to give it a nice spot to grow where bright, indirect light will be able to reach it.

Final Thoughts

Whatever type of plant you choose for your home, you can enjoy the health benefits like breathing fresher air and easing the stress from your mind. Aside from that, you can get beautiful living decorations that will transform your home and give it beauty for years to come.

If you want to learn more about indoor house plants and how you can take good care of them, check out the rest of Houseplant Advisor. Our team of plant experts and enthusiasts is here to provide you with the best care guides and essential facts so you can keep your plants safe and healthy. Explore the rest of the site today and start learning!

Shelbi Clifford

Shelbi Clifford

Hi, I'm Shelbi! I am the founder of Houseplant Advisor - a blog for all things houseplants. Whether you are looking to add some green to your home or want to learn about how plants can help improve air quality in your space, Houseplant Advisor is here with the answers. Do you have any questions? Feel free to reach out and ask me anything!

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