Besides being visually calming, house plants purifies the air at home and allows you to breathe easier. If you haven’t already got them at home, here are some inspirations on how to incorporate greenery into the interiors!


Green walls are the way to go if space is a constraint in your apartment! And if you install an automated irrigation and fertilisation system for the vertical garden, it becomes almost maintenance-free.
(Interior design by Project File)


A chic and simple way to add a touch of nature to the living room is by putting a bunch of giant pandan leaves on display.
(Interior design by Hue D)

Having potted plants in front of a raw brick wall in an industrial-themed home is a foolproof solution for softening up the entire look.
(Interior design by 19sixtyseven)

Instead of keeping plants just for its beauty, why not go the extra mile and grow some herbs and veggies at the same time? This homeowner engaged the local urban farmers from Edible Gardens to set a small garden at the balcony.
(Interior design by Spacedge Designs)

Within most homes, the bathroom is often just a functional space. But don’t underestimate what a few touches of greenery can do to liven it up!
(Interior design by Space Sense)

If you’re a city dweller who’s also a nature lover, consider bringing the outdoors into your balcony with the help of a green wall and a fish tank – both of which will soothe your eyes and calm your nerves after a long day at work.
(Interior design by DistinctIdentity)

Planters aren’t just for the outdoors – check out how it can work within a bedroom area as well! It not only keeps the area neat, but gives you a lovely view of some greenery the moment you open your eyes.
(Interior design by Geoffrey Law Design)

If your home is surrounded by lush greenery, have a couple of large potted plants on the balcony helps connect your home to the outdoors seamlessly.  
(Interior design by Spacedge Designs)

Besides art and photographs, you can also use deep frames to display some hanging plants! This space-efficient idea would work beautifully in narrow areas such as the foyer and walkway.
(Interior design by Fuse Concept Pte Ltd)

Rather than installing blinds for the windows, having a row of tall plants is a much livelier way to ensure privacy for your space.
(Interior design by Urban Design & Builders)

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