The indoor gardens can be installed in any type of environment and, in addition to perfectly decorate living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms and open plan, they are also perfect for offices, bars, and public places. With these 10 pictures, we show you how, with a few simple tricks, you can get to create mini gardens within your own home that are nothing short on beauty. They add a unique aesthetic and special touch that will help to create a relaxing atmosphere and at the same time keep you healthy. So, go ahead and discover!
So what if you cannot afford to have a large tree inside your home to get a village feel, there are small trees in the market that can be well adored in any corner of the hallway or gallery section of your house!
It is one thing to have potted plants around your house. But things change when your gallery start to look like a small landscape with limited plants and pebbles!
Most of the houses have an extended gallery or entrance where vertical gardens can be set up easily. Look how magnamous it can look!
Set up an open garden with patio covering in some free space and bring plants of your choice to keep them on sides. Sipping tea in an interior garden is a blessing in itself.
A small hallway space does not mean you need to surrender to your idea of a perfect garden. You can do it really nicely if you have a landscape artist to do the job.
Hobo style potted plants on the entire wall can definitely save your space and bring charm to a room, a terrace, a hallway, your parking lot or any place where you had liked to sprinkle greenery.
The corner section of a house is always a perfect abode for plants. Here you can build up a semi solid wall to help the plants gain nutrition even when they reside under the roof.
Check out this thin gallery space that is left intentionally in between the two rooms of a house and then turned into lane of plants and beautiful pots. Furthermore, the glass walled room lets you gaze into the gallery without coming out.
Try the greenhouse in your house and utilize the power of the sun in winters to grow some plants without messing up things.