Thursday, June 23, 2022 / by Ana Baldner
I got my first house plant a year ago. It added color and brightness to my small, dark bedroom. Back then I was hesitant to add “water plant” to my daily to-do list. What if I forgot? What if I watered it too much, or too little? Or what if I gave it too little sun and it was too late? I didn't want to subject an innocent plant to my unskillful hands that definitely had no gardening skills.
When I realized that not all houseplants require constant attention or a meticulous watering schedule, it was easy to decide which plant to add to my home. Some just aren’t picky when it comes to watering and sun, and there are so many benefits to owning one! Adding greenery to a home adds color and breaks up traditional décor. They can clean up your air, relieve stress and even rid your space of toxins.
Here are 5 of the best houseplants for beginners:
My personal favorite is the Pothos plant. You won’t have to worry about forgetting to water ; ...
Thursday, June 16, 2022 / by Ana Baldner
Having a small space can be frustrating, especially when it’s your living room or bedroom. We all love a big airy room to relax in. But you don't have to start a full home renovation just to open up a room. There are more affordable and less invasive ways to make a room look bigger. From the furniture you buy to the colors you use, you can easily achieve a spacious room without having to break down a wall.
Whether you’re trying to sell your home or simply want to refresh an old space, here are some tips to trick guests into thinking a room is bigger than it actually is:
First off, move your furniture away from walkways. When obstacles sit in the natural path of a room, it cuts off the flow of the space. Spaces appear smaller when guests have to maneuver around the furniture. Moving furniture away from these paths will instantly help.
Changing your furniture can have the biggest effect on the perceived size of your space. Your furniture must ...
Wednesday, March 24, 2021 / by Flr Team
Over the last year, you’ve probably realized your needs in a home have changed, especially for those who are working from home. It’s possible you desire additional room that may not have been needed before the pandemic.
The space that you work in, should inspire you. Here are 5 work-from-home interior design trends for you to check out.
Wallpaper and bolder colors are coming back! By adding an accent wall with a bold color or using wallpaper to add texture will help make your space cozy.
Bring the outdoors in, and use natural fibers in furniture, drapes, and decor.
The Open Air
Sheer window treatments and/or no treatments at all give a space the feeling of being outdoors.
Choose warm, comforting hues, and color schemes that promote wellness and healing. Some colors are soft serene blues and greens to mimic sea glass and ocean waters.
Feeling the Power
With more people home and on 2 ...