An interior is very personal. This makes that there are many different interior styles. Although interiors often have one thing in common: plants.
Green: the colour of nature, peace and fertility. In other words, a colour that should certainly not be missing in your interior! And preferably in the form of plants, of course. Cosy and good for your health. Processing plants in an interior can be quite a task. That is why we have listed the most beautiful green interiors for you.
Dare to use colour
The leaves of a plant are in most cases green. A colour that is easy to combine. Especially with other colours! Experiment and see what fits the space.
When adding plants to your interior, it is important to take the light into account. Not all plants can cope well with direct sunlight, nor do you make every plant happy with indirect sunlight.
Dark blue, baby pink and burgundy are colours that match very well with plants. Dare to use colour in your interior!
Find out what types of light enter the room. Look for the most suitable plants for the room and adapt the design accordingly.
1. Pure nature
Wit, dat is heus niet altijd saai. Integendeel zelfs! Wit in combinatie met het groen in huis van planten is juist erg stijlvol. Een soort van oase van rust.
Use natural materials and colours! Think of wood, rope, bamboo, leather and various shades of green and brown. This way you can relax at home. It’s as if you’re popping on the couch after a lovely walk in the woods.
2. Colour on the wall
A colour here, an accessory there and somewhere large in the corner. It may seem like a bunch of things, but nothing could be further from the truth!
All those colours and different materials make you feel at home. A house with charm. And that’s exactly what you need after a long day’s work.
3. Robust and industrial
A real industrial interior is characterized by neutral colours and functional furniture. Inspired by factories and houses from the 19th and 20th century. Mostly cool and robust! And plants can easily be added to that.
Choose a prickly cactus or a plant full of character like the Monstera or the ZZ plant.
4. Subtle grey
Not a fan of colour, but do you still want a tan on the wall? Then go for a simple shade of gray. Sounds boring? Nothing could be further from the truth!
Grey in combination with the green of a plant can be very good. Especially if you choose an eye-catcher like the Strelitiza. A large and beautiful plant.
5. Urban Jungle
Furniture is usually the showpiece of the interior. But turn those roles around! Instead of placing a plant next to a bench, this time you place a bench next to plants.
Mix and match until you have created your own mini Jungle. Nothing is too crazy and all combinations are allowed.
At least, if the plants you choose are also happy with their location. A mini jungle is no good if the plants die in no time at all.