Welcome to a new blog! The second blog about the living room. In this blog we will inform you about the good functions of plants in the living room. Like what functions plants have and what a plant can do in the living room. We would like to tell you more about this and we hope to enthuse you to put even more green houseplants in the living room.
Good for fun
First of all, house plants naturally provide a lot of fun! With green house plants in your home, your house feels like a home. Green houseplants have the ability to do that. Because there are so many different types of house plants, each houseplant gives a different atmosphere. The nice thing is that you can put together your own interior style with several plants.
Good for the feeling
Green houseplants provide joy, satisfaction and give a sense of involvement with nature. That way, people get back to nature. For instance; When a new leaf comes to your plant, you can feel very happy. If you have bought a new green houseplant and that stands great in your home or you give a houseplant as a gift to your friend, who is very happy with a new green friend. In short: Plants give a good feeling!
Good for health
A number of good functions that the houseplant has of itself is purifying the air and improving the air quality. This is increasingly important! Namely because our houses are very well insulated these days, we are dealing faster with dry air and too little oxygen.
The houseplant also absorbs particulate matter and does not repel it anymore. This is particularly useful if you live in a house where people are that smoke, for example. Unhealthy air can lead to all sorts of complaints. You can get complaints due to an unhealthy indoor climate. The short-term complaints usually disappear when you leave the room or when you ventilate extra and air. You may experience a dry throat and eyes, headache, fatigue, tightness and stuffy nose. Air-purifying plants can contribute to cleaner air.
Each houseplant produces oxygen, but not all house plants have an air purifying effect. There is a group of indoor plants that have been scientifically proven to contribute to cleaner air in the home. These plants absorb harmful substances from the air through their leaves. Subsequently, these substances are stored and broken down in the plant or the root.
Good for concentration
Time to free a place on your desk for a green houseplant! Research shows that plants help us to think and concentrate better.
Good for the space
Houseplants also have practical advantages. For example, plants in the living room can provide a separation. For example, the separation between the kitchen and the living room. Put a nice plant wall or bin down and you have two different rooms. In this blog are some beautiful images for inspiration. Plants are also can be a very good eyecatcher in de room. Do you have an empty corner or bare wall? Put a nice big plant down or hang nice plants in front of the wall.