If the potted plants are clumped together in a side of your room or on your deck, it’s time to make them the focal point of the space. When the web plants become entangled in the ferns as well as the ivy sprawls across the floor, it’s impossible to enjoy their beauty fully.
It’s also more visually appealing to view your flowers and foliage at varying heights, or even to simply display unusual plants on ornamental pieces, rather than all at once. Make your choice between an aesthetic stand and one that is both helpful and practical, including features such as grow lights and tiers that save on floor and shelf space. This rust-resistant red steel stand can be used both indoors and outdoors because of its rust-resistant surface.
Displaying the Plants Artfully
Decorate a sunroom or porch with green foliage plants placed on stands in nooks, behind sofas, and between chairs to create a mini-forest atmosphere. Short stands can be used to display little ferns on tabletops or other flat surfaces.
When combining a range of plants, use stands that are similar in style but varied in height or size to avoid a crowded, chaotic appearance. You may also be able to use a variety of colors and finishes as large as the possible effect is cohesive. Similar twig-shaped legs & crosspieces, as well as an old bronze finish and tempered glass tops, are included on all of these nested stands.
Tall plants, in general, look a lot better on the lowest layer of a multi-tiered stand than they do on the upper tier. Plants with shorter stems should be placed on the next tier, as well as the smallest plants, or trailing plants should be placed on the top tier. Similarly, plant stands with steps rather than tiers should be treated as if they were tiers.
Choose a plant stand with created grow lights if you want to keep the plant in areas that don’t have enough sunlight.
A multi-level plants stand built for outdoor use will provide a splash of color to your front door. If you may not have enough greens to fill the space, you can add some antique gardening equipment or unique pots to make it more fascinating.
Displaying a range of plants in a short space is made possible by using stands with many shelves. Some of them are movable, allowing you to rearrange the shelves as the plants grow in height. In addition, an A-frame stand provides lots of exhibition space, albeit at the expense of a little floor area.
How to set up a home with a plant stand like a professional?
Incorporate plants of varying heights to add interest and elegance
First and foremost, including plants of varying heights in your home design adds interest and variety. Second, the fact that you have plants at various heights contributes to the depth of the building. Smaller potted plants, for example, can be displayed on shelves or in cabinets or consoles, depending on their size.
The ones who are taller must be maintained on the ground. The medium-sized ones can be placed on window ledges or in nooks in your home. Take a step back & take in the entire room at once. You’ll notice that a pattern is starting to form in the way they’re being placed. Don’t overcrowd the space — remember that plants are designed to enhance the decor rather than overcrowd it.
You may want to explore purchasing plant stands and racks digitally to artificially layer the area if your house design does not have a naturally occurring variety of diverse levels on which to showcase plants.