Vines are often used as ornamental plants for interior and exterior. If you have often seen this plant as part of a landscape or garden decoration, today we will focus on the use of indoor vines. With them, you can easily bring a green feel to any interior style, cover your old walls, add aesthetic value or simply a decorative element to make a statement. Among the many rooms in the house, the bedroom is one of the most attractive areas for vines. In addition, you can combine it with other elements such as lighting or blend with walls and beds.
Indoor vines can be divided into two types, namely natural vines that are very easy to grow and do not require maintenance. Meanwhile, artificial vines are the best solution if you don’t want to bother but want to add a natural touch to your bedroom.
Among the many natural vines, several variants such as ivy, bindweed, clematis, honeysuckle, and the like you can consider. Create a wall shelf to place the vines that will look beautiful when they stick out. Or you can put it in a pot and then add media such as wood as a plant vine area. Vines are houseplants that are suitable for being indoors, they are even easy to grow even though they are rarely exposed to sunlight. These plants can also make a statement if you want to bring a bohemian theme to your bedroom, or create your own urban jungle.
Many people often avoid choosing vines as part of the décor. The reasons are varied, ranging from this plant spreading too quickly and often causing chaos, to linking it with superstitions that have a bad impact on their owners. In fact, this plant is not only beautiful but also gives a unique impression to the room. However, if you still have doubts, try choosing artificial vines for the solution. Even if it’s just a fake plant, it’s quite difficult to tell the difference because the shape and color almost resembles the real vines. Use lighting such as chain lights or combine it with wall galleries to beautify your room. In addition to the walls, they also look awesome on the ceiling.