By surrounding yourself with beautiful plant-life indoors, you can blur the lines between your home and nature, bringing many mental and physical health benefits.

To start, you could grow fresh herbs in your kitchen. Place them on the windowsill if you can, or hang them in containers on the wall where there is light. Mint and basil are good starters. When it comes to your office, why not keep smaller plants like succulents on your desk to bring vibrance to your work. To really complete your living space, place a tall plant or miniature tree in a corner of the room. Elsewhere in the house, you can add depth with stylish hanging plants which need little water.

And while it’s not really indoors, there are many benefits that come from caring for, and eating from your own plants if you have enough balcony or garden space to plant vegetables, or even just some herbs.

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