Plants seem to have exploded on Instagram lately. It may be due to most of us being forced to spend a lot more time indoors (Thanks Covid-19!!) or simply learning to embrace a bit of nature even in the middle of an urban jungle.
Whether you’re a plant virgin or a seasoned plant mom, we thought you might like a bit of inspiration for styling your bedroom. In the end, it’s the place where you spend a lot of your time, and adding a few air-purifying plants will certainly improve not just the quality of air in the room, but also your sleep.
No matter how big or small your bedroom maybe, plants will fit almost anywhere and you can find gorgeous house plants in all shapes and sizes.
Are you ready to get inspired, check out our Pinterest for more?
Below are some of the most gorgeous plant styling examples for bedrooms found on Pinterest.
Add a Shelf
If you have a very small bedroom, adding a shelf unit is the easiest way to get extra storage place and also a fabulous way to display your plants! Mix them with your favorite decor pieces or framed prints.
Curtain Rail Plant Hangers
What better way to style your bedroom window than with these gorgeous plants? If you don’t use your curtains a lot, this is a nice way to fill an empty space above the bed.
Peace Lily is probably the most known air purifying plant so it should have a dedicated spot in your bedroom. Mix it with rattan planters to enhance the natural look even more.
Choose one statement plant that will dominate the space and build your plant colony around it.
Touch of Wicker
Wicker plant baskets are super popular now and on the examples, in here you can see why. They make any place look more boho, natural and chic in a second.
If you find yourself having an empty corner where you can’t fit any furniture, a tall plant will do a great job of filling in the space and adding some extra height.
Use Mirror with Plants
Mirrors work magic with plants. They not only optically make the room bigger, but multiply the view of your other green friends making the room look even lusher.
Low Light Plants
Dark bedroom? No problem. There are lots of plants that thrive even in dark places, like this snake plant.
Small Bedroom Solution
If you’re worried your tiny bedroom can’t accommodate any plants, this solution is clearly proof it can work!
Bedroom Jungle Feel
If you’re lucky enough to have a gorgeous wooden frame around your bed, go wild with flowers and transform the bedroom into an indoor jungle.
Pothos plants are some of the most versatile out there – they are easy to keep alive, look great and you can use the branches to spread them around as needed.
How would you like to wake up looking at a green oasis? I wouldn’t say no to that!
Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant
Loved by interior designers and Instagram influencers alike. This plant is absolutely gorgeous but needs lots and lots of light. Do your research before you buy one as they are not the easiest to care for.
Cactus in Bedroom
Don’t be afraid to mix and match your plants. Cactus makes a welcome addition and best bit – it’s very low maintenance.
Wall of Plants
You can use plants to also visually divide space in your bedroom, without losing the ability to see through the room.
Bedroom Plants & Lights
Lights and plants – a match made in heaven.
Plants Instead of Night Table
Create a green oasis corner next to your bed instead of using the traditional night table and lamp set up.
For Minimalist Bedroom
If you don’t want to go wild, even a minimalist bedroom can be transformed with a few green plants.
White Green Bedroom
Pothos overload combined with angelic white bedroom sets.
Small Plant Shelf
One of my favorite ones – a statement plants in the window, mirrors to reflect greenery, and a selection of small cute plants on a shelf.
Baskets are great for small bedrooms where you don’t have enough floor space and can help to transform the room without taking up additional space.
If you’re lucky enough to have big windows, your plants will love you for letting them use them as their permanent home.
It’s also super useful if you don’t want to use curtains every day as the plants block most of the views from the street.