Where To Put Succulent Plants In Homes

Succulents plants like the CAL Farms 20 of 2″ Beautiful Assorted Variety Succulents are great indoor plants not only because they are easy to maintain and they demand little time and energy, but also because they make everything a tad bit more gorgeous. Often, we find our living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, and the interiors of our homes bare and in drastic need of some color and oomph. We can’t put our finger on it, but we know that something is missing in our homes.

Try picturing a succulent plant sitting atop your kitchen counter. Isn’t it wonderful? Doesn’t it give your house that comfortable, rustic, and homey feeling? While we don’t always know where to put the succulent plants, the rule of thumb is to place it in a room that needs more character.

Personally, we like having succulents indoors, particularly in the kitchen and the living room. We find that guests like staying in homes that have plants thrown around it because it is more inviting.

Here are the best places where you can put succulent plants in homes to get the most out of the aesthetic beauty they provide as well as their health benefits.:

Living Room

Whether it’s on top of the mantel over your fireplace or by the windowsill or as the centerpiece of your side or center table, there’s nothing quite like finding succulent plants in the living room. Since we mostly decorate our living rooms with flowers and plants anyway, why not use succulents this time? Instead of changing the wilting flowers every other day or so, we can be rest assured that the succulents will still beautiful all-year-long. Besides, isn’t it a bit annoying to clean the droppings from the fresh flowers or plants?


Put the rosettes on your side table near your lamp or on your dresser or on the mantel of your entertainment table. No matter where you put succulents in your bedroom, they will achieve what they set out to do—to make your bedroom a more comfortable place to sleep in. Trust us, you will sleep a lot better with the succulents in your bedroom because remember, it takes in carbon dioxide and produces oxygen even at night.


You may not think it’s okay to put succulents on your kitchen countertop, but many households actually do have plants in their kitchen. As long as they are placed far away from the stove as possible to prevent any accidents, you should be cool to out them anywhere you like. Some place it near their pantry or the place where they put their spices and other condiments. Succulents give your kitchen a homier, kinda Italian kitchen feel.


Another good place for succulents is your bathroom. Sometimes, a bare bathroom doesn’t just cut it. Although bathrooms are not necessarily made for decorations, it’s nice to have a bathroom where you won’t only see the basics but a touch of your personality, too. You can put the succulent in front of the mirror where you brush your teeth and do all your beautifying. It would be a nice touch among the rows and rows of perfumes, lotions, etc.


Of course, succulents can also be used as decorations outdoors. It may be an indoor plant in general, but they are good for an outdoor succulent garden, too. Put them in your porch, and you will have a welcoming sight for your guests.

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