Indoor Plant Styling Basics | Table Top Display Tricks You Should Know!



Are you new to having indoor plants in your home? Do you feel a bit perplexed on where and how to arrange them? And how to decorate with plants in general? Well I am hoping this video will give you a basic foundation for plant styling!

I have included as many house plant styling and display tricks as I could. Of course, the plants will always be the stars of the show, but some fun accessories and tips on arranging plants on tables can make a big difference.

Time Code Sections:

1:43 SERVING TRAYS
2:41 BOXES
4:07 GROUPING PLANTS
7:39 GLASS TOP TABLES
8:35 HANGING PLANTS ON TABLES
9:26 MAKE A TABLE
10:19 SINGLE PLANTS
11:19 ACCESSORIES FOR PLANTS

Here is the list, as promised, of low, medium and high light loving indoor houseplants. Below is a simple guide line to help you design with plants based on their light requirements.

Low light tolerant plants:

Dumb Cane
Cast Iron Plant
Prayer Plants
Snake Plants
Chinese Evergreen
Ferns
Pothos
ZZ Plant
Syngonium
Peace Lily
Bromeliandes
Lucky Bamboo

Medium Light Plants:

(All low light tolerant plants thrive in medium light)
Dumb Cane
Cast Iron Plant
Prayer Plants
Snake Plants
Chinese Evergreen
Ferns
Pothos
ZZ Plant
Syngonium
Peace Lily
Bromeliandes
Philodendrons
Swiss cheese Plant
Radiator Plants
Calathea
Alocasia
Anthurium
Hoya
Paper Plant
Lipstick Plant
Schefflera
Rhoeo

High Light Plants:

Ficus
Hoya
Palms
Succulents
Crotons
Cordyline
Podocarpus
Bird of Paradise
Norfork Island Pine
Yucca
Dracaena
Aralia
Flowering Anthuriums

23 comments

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  2. Just yesterday i used a few upsidedown 5 gallon buckets put inside each other then threw a clothe over it and put a mirror on top of the clothe and now i have a circular plant table for my baby rattlesnake caleatha as it grows to a mature plant ( in theory the mirror will help catch the purple underside of the plant when its bigger )

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