Whenever someone comes to me asking how to add some character and energy to their home, I always suggest adding hanging plants. Regardless of their space size, using plants that hang is an option that works for everyone. The result is always a stylish and practical space minus the air pollutants.
In case you have pets, plant hanging is a great way to keep them from being eaten. I always suggest using plants that’re non toxic to cats and dogs. Here is a list of pet friendly plants that filter your home’s air.
Hanging Plants That’ll Give Your Space Life
Pothos a.k.a. Devil’s Ivy
This beautiful plant is great for filtering air by removing toxins such as formaldehyde. If you live in a home that doesn’t have much natural light, no worries. The pothos is great in low light situations.
You really wouldn’t expect a beauty like this from the name ‘Donkey’s Tail‘. These plants are great for adding drama to the main attraction of a pot. Try adding some colorful flowers to the middle of the pot to create a stunning work of art.
If you are into dramatic, moody looking plants, feast your eyes on this beauty. The heartleaf philodendron is the perfect option for adding color to an otherwise bland room. Learn how to care for this plant at Revive Nursery.
String of Pearls
Perfect for adding color and texture to white space, the string of pearls plant is easy on the eyes. Photo Credit: Lobster and Swan
Let Lynzy and Co. show you exactly how to incorporate a beautiful Boston Fern plant into your porch area. This is definitely one of my favorite hanging plants for bringing the outdoors inside.
I know, I know. Spider plants are one of the easiest plants to get your hands on and they’re in everyone’s home. There’s a reason for it though! They are amazing at cleaning your home’s air and they’re pet friendly.
While they may seem a bit bland on first sight, there are some great ways to style them. Check out this plant warehouse from Haarkon to get some ideas.
Adding a large English Ivy plant to your hanging shelves is a great way to dress up a stale looking office. Image Credit: Nordic Days
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Want a similar look to a cactus but afraid to get pricked? The fish hook plant is a great alternative with an exotic look.
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I have a feeling kokedama plants are going to be really in soon. Try creating a succulent kokodama with this tutorial by The Hip Homestead to get started on the trend.
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If only this were a pet safe plant! Who knew a non flowering plant could be so rich and colorful?
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