To us, there's no such thing as too many houseplants. The more, the merrier. It's also impossible to have too big of a plant. In fact, many people use large ones to create a gorgeous focal point in a room. We're determined to embrace this oversized trend immediately — and you should be, too!
Instead of a bunch of little leaves, this billowing evergreen tree has a few large glossy ones that make a dramatic statement in a stylish space like this. And since the branches are so long, the color takes up more than just a corner.
We've already declared these trees ($349, ) the up-and-coming plant in home decor, so what are you waiting for? There's something about their long, lean trunks that make them feel formal and chic.
The key to keeping this popular tree alive is choosing a planter that's not too big and not too small, and putting it in spot with indirect sunlight. And if you want big green, gorgeous leaves to thrive, spritz them with water every once in awhile.
Also known as Crane Flowers, this exotic plant is native to South Africa, which is why it requires full sun to thrive. Designer T. Keller Donovan positioned this one in a Palm Beach, Florida apartment next to floor-to-ceiling windows for that very reason.
If you are unsure about investing in a big plant, ease in with one that's easy to care for. These plants
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Not only are these trees robust, but they are also the out there. Put yours near your favorite reading nook for the freshest air possible.
If you've only seen these thick bushes outside of the home, you've been missing out. Designer Meg Braff planted one in a a elaborate goblet to create a focal point in this colonial home on Long Island.
This tropical variety is also known as the Swiss cheese plant, thanks to it's iconic leaves. We love how this blogger dipped the bottom of the planter in neon paint to help bring out the green in the leaves even more.