Plant your pad

We know outdoor space can be hard to come by, so bring some greenery indoors with our pots, planters and faux plants.

A window sill with lots of small indoor plants and a mini pale pink watering can.
An indoor plant in a wooden and yellow ceramic tripod planter beside a yellow sofa.


Plants are one of the cheapest and easiest ways of changing the vibe of a room and making it feel more relaxed and more like a ‘lived in’ home. Foliage immediately ‘softens’ a space, the organic shapes of leaves breaking up strong lines of furniture and clinical room layouts. You’ll be surprised how much difference one plant can make.

A trailing plant in a black hanging planter beside a wooden ladder shelf.

Branching out

If you haven’t got space to spread outwards, head upwards! You can create dramatic installations of house plants that give a ‘living wall’ effect with hanging plants and architectural foliage.

A trailing plant in a green reactive glaze pot on a wooden shelf.

Green up your bookcase

Who says bookcases have to be boring? Fill the upper shelves with trailing plants that spill out and cascade downward. For added interest, pick out some unique or unusual pots to put them in.

A tall rubber plant in a woven seagrass basket with handles.

Bring out the baskets

Woven basketware is ideal for disguising a large plant pot and base and can add a real design statement to a room as it emphasises the organic vibe from your greenery. Sometimes it’s really tough to find the right size pot for your new statement plant, so a basket is a great idea, as you can put the plastic plant pot inside the basket.

Top of the pots

More bright additions

A blue patterned rug on a wooden living room floor.

Living room rug ideas

A framed vinyl record on a mint green wall above a record player.

Framing pictures and wall art

Habitat Evelyn print lined eyelet yellow curtains.

Considering new curtains?

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