How to Bring the Outside in

Bringing a touch of nature to living spaces will create a contemporary design statement for homes, as well as bringing a feeling of calm and serenity into our busy lives. The trend for indoor plants has been growing in popularity, so if you are looking at ways of bringing a green aesthetic indoors, then try adding houseplants to a room to immediately give it a new look. Not everyone has a garden or balcony but you don’t need one to inject greenery into your home, even if space is restricted. 

Succulents Urban Garden

1. Create an Urban Garden

Having three small plants on a coffee table or shelf will effortlessly update your space. You could also try adding succulents and cacti to a wooden crate to create a small urban garden. Our stores stock a wide range of individual houseplants across all sizes as well as ready-to-go cacti gardens for that perfect gift idea.

Create Your Own Terrarium

2. Create a Hanging Terrarium

Remember, you don't just have to stick to potted plants or tabletop gardens. If space is small, think about introducing hanging planters, as a unique way to add some character to your decor. Why not create a beautiful addition to your interior with our new Hanging Glass Terrarium by Garden Trading.

Grow Your Own Bonsai Tree

3. Grow Your Own Bonsai Tree

Make a stylish oriental feature in your home with our range of easy to grow indoor bonsai tree varieties. With some patience and care, you can create an extremely beautiful miniature tree which can help improve your health and wellbeing.

Garden Trading Vases

3. Add Plants to Vases

As it gets cooler outside, try bringing in some seasonal flowers or natural finds. You can forage for branches, leaves and berries but they will really take your home from summer to autumn. Follow a simple floral trend by snipping a plant at the base of a leaf and place it in a glass vase, then watch with awe as it's roots begin to grow.  

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