Adding plants to your home

Indoor plants have always been a popular home accessory, but over the past few years they’ve really become a must have for interior lovers. You just have to look on Pinterest and Instagram to see that adorning a room with plants is a trend that is here to stay.


From the stylish fiddle leaf fig tree to the low maintenance cactus, there is a plant to suit everyone - whether you’re green fingered or not. 

We have always loved styling homes with greenery. It creates visual texture and a sense of time, adding that final flourish that makes a space feel like a home.


As well as being aesthetically pleasing, the act of nurturing plants is also incredibly therapeutic. Being surrounded my plants that you've seen grow and evolve can also be a real joy all of its own. 


We spoke to the authors of House of PlantsCaro and Rose of RoCo, about their debut book on how to best care for and grow house plants.

‘We created House of Plants as a stylish guide for anyone wanting to know more about how to nurture, display and share their favourite house plants,’ they told us.  ‘We’ve included popular tropical species such as the fiddle leaf fig and monstera, our pick of the hardiest air plants, and some of our all time quirkiest cacti and succulents.'


The book is a bit of a one-stop-shop for information on picking out and looking after plants. It also has inspiration for choosing the right pots to incorporate them into your space beautifully. 



1. A Swedish term which means "to add decorative details to your home".
2. Pronounced in English as At Pinta.