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Aside from bedroom paint ideas, we’d like to bring you more tips on how to decorate your bedroom. Here is a guest post about bedroom plants from Taylor Jones, Director of Digital Marketing at Drömma,
who is passionate about helping people get the best night’s sleep possible.  

There is nothing quite like a restful night’s sleep. In today’s supercharged world, many people battle insomnia and restless nights due to things like stress or too much caffeine. While it is easy to seek the aid of sleeping pills, the natural aid of plants for sleep is often overlooked. Dromma put together a list of the best plants for your bedroom to help soothe you to sleep.bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants bedroom plants

Read more about the 5 trending indoor plants here.

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Many of us would love to add a few house plants around our homes, but their pristine appearance and practical qualities will only last if we ensure to care for them properly. Indeed, a house plant that’s been left rotting to death serves only to diminish the appearance of a room and offers no practical benefit. The message is clear: house plants are fantastic, but require consistent upkeep to preserve their qualities.

Here is an infographic from EZ Living Interiors which offers magnificent suggestions on the best types of house plant for various rooms within your home, along with practical tips on how best to maintain each plant. With most plants, it’s advisable to give them natural light but not leave them exposed to direct sunlight, while also watering them daily but not drenching them completely. Each plant type, though, will have its own specific do’s and don’ts when it comes to maintenance. For example, white jasmine (which is perfect for kitchens) requires full sunlight to thrive, whereas snake plants (ideal for bedrooms) can grow quite well without the need for light. Knowing the qualities of various plants will also help you to determine where best to locate them within your home.

For further reading on how to keep your house plants alive and well, check out the infographic below.

A Guide to House Plants
This is a guest blog post from Helen O’Keeffe, who works on content for home interiors store EZ Living Interiors. They operate stores all over Ireland and have two stores in Northern Ireland offering a wide selection of high quality interior and furniture products. 

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I love to have indoor plants at home, but they don’t survive under my tender loving care. I used to feel so bad when I would throw a brown plant with rotting roots in the trash. But now I’ve found a better way. When they start looking sick, then I give them to a friend who knows how to nurse them back to life. I marvel at people like that! Are you one of them?

If not, here’s a really cute animation from Apartment Therapy with tips on how to treat some indoor plants. I love watching these even though I’m not getting myself plants any time soon.  But maybe the tips would work for you. Watch and learn.

If you think that plants are just decoration, then please watch this. It’s magical! Maybe you won’t look at your plants the same way again if you see that they’re so full of life like us!

Plants mean additional work but they do really add character to your home, and give a very refreshing and friendly vibe to the place.

I wrote a post entitled Succulents and Scandi-looking Black and White Pots months ago and said that I hoped the succulents wouldn’t die on me. Well, they did. I hope your indoor plants fare better.

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