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Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to Room-by-Room Guide: Clever Ways to Maximise Underused Corners24 September 2018

Tip: Add a plant to spruce up a shapeless corner. To avoid blocking sunlight, opt for a lush palm that will allow light to filter in.

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Becky Harris added this to 13 Creative Ideas for Living Room Corners12 November 2017

5. Bring in some life with a plantHigh-rise homes often have large columns that can make the corner space even more awkward. In this home a tall plant adds a wild shape and large sprigs of green to all the clean, modern lines and neutral colours.

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Kate Shaw added this to Clever Hacks for the Lazy Indoor-Plant Lover8 May 2017

Leave well enough aloneFinally, know when neglect is best. More houseplants die from over-watering than any other cause. If your plants are thriving, pat yourself on the back and take a seat – this Eames lounge chair will do just nicely.Read more:How to Live With Plants5 Plants Best Suited for Indian HomesTell us:Do you have any great houseplant hacks? Share them in the Comments or post photos of your thriving plants below.

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Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to This is How You Ace the Home Accessorising Game24 April 2017

For the floorWhile accessorising your living room, be mindful of empty floor space. “Ceramic pots look great on the floor. Indoor plants are popular for improving air quality and bringing in some colour. In the ’70s, these were very fashionable; one saw lots of bonsais, tall palm plants and bamboos in the living room – this trend is coming back. Wood carvings or stone sculptures look nice as well. Just light them from the base so that the piece immediately catches attention,” Knowles says.

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Eclectic Creative added this to 10 Clever Ways to Style Dead Corners27 March 2017

5. Bring in some tall greeneryIf you have windows forming a corner in your living room and you don’t want to block the light or limit the view, why not try a lush, tall plant? The greenery helps create softness without it being a completely solid element that will appear too heavy. The plant will love the natural light and it is a great option for apartment dwellers or if you don’t have a backyard – bring the outdoors in.

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Shristi Nangalia added this to 5 Plants Best Suited for Indian Homes15 February 2017

Pot type: Use a sturdy pot as these plants can grow big and heavy. Shift the plant outdoors or to a bigger container when there is no room for growing roots in the existing one. Choose containers with drain holes as this plant is prone to rot from waterlogged soil. What it needs: Areca palm needs filtered or indirect light. Water it sufficiently on a daily basis. However, you should reduce the amount in winters because the water loss is reduced in this season.Tip: Check for spider mites and mealy bug infections on the stem and foliage regularly. Keep the leaf stems clean and prune the brown tips, if you see any. Add fertiliser once every three months.Find a landscape designer from the Houzz directory to help design your garden

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Samson H added this to General11 January 2022

I like the idea of having plants throughout the house

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