Plants in the nursery, is that possible? Of course! Whether you opt for real plants or wall decoration with plants, a pinch of nature in your interior makes everyone happy. Also your child.
Research has shown: green around us makes us happier. So surround yourself with plants at home! Also in the nursery, after all, why not? And if you opt for air-purifying plants, that has another advantage. They convert CO2 into oxygen and release hydrogen vapor. So that's extra nice. But which plants are suitable for the nursery? I found some beautiful and useful plants at Studio Plant.
I am a big fan of monstera plants. At the moment they are also super hip. I also like it a lot that they are easy to care of and they are air-purifying. He only gets big after a couple of years. So you might want to give him a place in the nursery at first and when he has become a large plant you'll move him to the living room.
Isn't he special, this pineapple plant below? I think he's also great fun to put in the nursery because he is a real eye-catcher! Nice to combine with a wall with pineapple wallpaper (see below) or fruity accessories. This plant is not super difficult to maintain. Convenient for busy dad's and mom's. The disadvantage of this plant is that it doesn't last very long: about six months. But a bunch of flowers has finished flowering earlier.
Not very good with plants, but want 'something with plants' in the nursery tough? Consider an ecosystem! Above you see an example with two aloe vera plants in it. But there are also other plants suitable for this system. An ecosystem is briefly a closed system in which living organisms balance each other. For example, plants are in a closed vase, glass jar or glass bell jar a self-sufficient ecosystem. And it ivery decorative too. You can easily create an eco system yourself and it is super fun to do, for example with your child. At Studio Plant you'll find out how.
Even more maintenance free? It seems that even non-real plants activate happy feelings in your brains. Now I'm not a big fan of plastic plants, but obviously I am a fan of wallpaper! So how about a beautiful wallpapered wall in your nursery with plant or leaf motif? And course you can double the effect when you combine the wallpaper with real plants.
What do you think of this jungle wallpaper with leopard heads and palm leaves?
Or this wallpaper mural with big monstera leaves in water colors?
A super-fast greenish makeover for the nursery? Consider a jungle wall decal like blow. You easily paste it on the wall, ad a real plant and voila! This wall decal is available in different colors.
Plant pictures: Studio Plant
Wallpaper and wall decals: copyright Perron 11