Home & House Interior Designs — April 17, 2011 at 11:22 am

The Importance of Flowers and Potted Plants in Interior Decoration

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Flowers in Interior Decor

Flowers in Interior Decor

God loved the flowers and invented soil.  Man loved the flowers and invented vases – so the saying goes. Flowers can bring life to any and every room in your homes. A vase with fresh cuts can do wonders to make even the dullest of room look lively and vibrant. This is perhaps the most inexpensive interior decor object and the effect they create is awesome indeed! While we do see many taking painstaking efforts to create an unique interior for their homes by buying rare canvas arts and other pieces of artifacts, they don’t realize that even with all this if the room does not have fresh blooms, it pales into significance when compared to a household that is very simply decorated with no lavish paintings or artifacts but a vase filled with lovely fresh blooms! What should be rememebred here is that you should remove flowers once they begin drooping. Keep replenishing the vase as much as you can and read around to find out how you can keep the blooms fresh in the vase over a long period of time. It is not just the sight of the flowers; it is the fragrance they manage to subtly fill the room with that also adds to its beauty. Now you can also choose potted plants to make your interiors lively. Most of the potted plants are easy to grow and very easy to maintain. You really don’t have to have the proverbial ‘green finger’ for it. It just needs some love and care which you would give – given the fact that it is doing wonders to transform your interior decor! Your job is to only water them, keep them pest free and show them the sunlight every once in a while if you homes are dark. There are also indoor flowering plants which you can look for at the nursery. These too work wonders for you!

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