Decorating with House Plants

It's been an entire year and a couple of months and I have yet to fully decorate my house. I've prioritized making sure I saved money to fund house decor projects first before I went out on a whim and spent tons of money.  While saving, I used ole faithful Pinterest to help inspire, plan, and get ideas for how I wanted to decorate. Additionally, I studied numerology and the vibration of my house number, the sum of the numbers, to get an idea of how to decorate based on the energy of my house. My house is a number 9 house! According to Feng Shui and numerology, a number 9 house needs many indoor house plants and fresh flowers to circulate energy. Here I share a few ideas of house plants I think I may bring home with me in the very near future to invoke great energy in my home. 

Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares inspiration to decorate with house plants
Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares inspiration to decorate with house plants

Adding indoor house plants are essential to creating the energy I need in this home. If you didn't already know the benefits of having indoor house plants, here's a big one. House plants area  powerhouse of wellness and energy in any home. They purify the air and make sure you get quality circulation of air in your home. There are so many beautiful and hearty plants you could use that are natural decor statement pieces. When I started researching house plants, I wanted to make sure I picked some that would thrive under my less than green thumb. I fell over the moon and back in love with house orchids, rubber plants, aloe vera, succulents, and indoor elephant ears.  I want to add them to my little English Ivy. 

Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares inspiration to decorate with house plants
Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares inspiration to decorate with house plants
Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares inspiration to decorate with house plants
Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares inspiration to decorate with house plants

Do you all have indoor house plants? Any tips of making sure they thrive?