Living in a small apartment can be depressing. Sure, it has its upsides like it is easier to clean and declutter, but in general, people don’t like to live in a confined space. One of the main reasons why living in a small apartment can be depressing is the impossibility to house indoor plants. But that is not entirely true. With careful planning getting indoor plants in a small apartment is more than possible. Plants can bring a new life to your small apartment, and living in it will be a whole new experience. You’ll no longer feel like you are in a cage.
Find places that can be filled with plants
It is hard to live in a tiny apartment, especially if you have experienced isolation recently. This is why it is time to search for indoor plants.
Before you go out to buy indoor plants for your apartment, you have to check out where in your apartment can you put them. You might need to move a thing or two if you want to create space for your new indoor plants.
Try to create space where there is some sunlight. If you are unable to do that, get a houseplant that doesn’t require much sunlight. Also, you can put some of your plants on your terrace if you have one. You can even hang your plants over the balustrade of your terrace. You just have to get special flowerpots with hooks which makes your pots attachable to your balustrade. The trick is to find space when there seemingly is none.
Ask your local flower seller for advice on choosing indoor plants for a small apartment
Chances are your local flower seller is more knowledgeable about flowers and indoor plants than you are. No offense. Explain your situation to your local flower seller, and get the advice you needed. Flower seller will offer you different kinds of plants and flower pots that are perfect for your apartment. Your seller might consider arranging plants like setting up an art gallery.
If you have allergies, avoid certain indoor plants
Seasonal allergies are becoming more and more common. Why is that no one is certain. If you are sneezing in the middle of summer or spring, chances are that you are allergic to pollen.
Many indoor plants have pollen that can cause allergic reactions. If you suspect that you have a pollen allergy, avoid certain plants. This is why you need to get plants that are allergy-friendly. Here are some allergy-friendly indoor plants:
- Golden Pothos
- Areca Palm
- Kentia Palm
- Lady Palm
- Bamboo Palm
- Peace lily
- Mother-in-laws tongue
Getting indoor plants can highly affect your emotional state. Getting those kinds of plants is important, especially if you are living in a small apartment.
But, finding a space for indoor plants is not easy if you are living in that kind of apartment. This is why you have to plan this carefully. You don’t want to buy a plant only to find out that you don’t have enough space for it. If you are out of ideas, as your local flower seller to give you some advice. The trick is to make space out of nothing.
Also, if you have allergies, you should avoid certain kinds of indoor plants. Find plants that won’t irritate you.