Ways to Reframe + Refresh Your Home - Geoponics Inc

Fall is upon us, and our wardrobe isn’t the only thing that’s changing - we think every home could use a little refresh to welcome back the coziest season of all. Whether you’re sticking with your current plant collection or buying some new plant babies, we think there’s something else to consider - how adding photo frames, hanging art and creating gallery walls can bring extra life to your space and a whole new vibe for your indoor jungle.

Whether you’re new to wall decor or a certified frame expert, these design tips will help combine your favorite plants with something new to give your home a fresh feel.

1. Create a Color Palette

To make any room feel cohesive, pick 2-3 colors to hone in on, whether it’s for your furniture or the finishing touches of decor. We recommend neutral tones for your furniture (like black, gray or a nude shade) and a pop of color for your plants and photos.

Add a deep green Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree alongside a bold Framed Canvas Print in the same color, and you’ll give your room an edge.

2. Pick a Plant + Photo Theme

Before bringing a plant into your home, it’s important to keep in mind its lighting and watering needs so that you can place it in a room where it will thrive. So, why not have a plant theme in each room?

To keep the theme going, consider adding Metal Tabletop Picture Frames with a series of photos - whether it's a specific planty destination, or a type of plant that resonates with you.

3. Create a Focal Point

While we love plants as the main attraction of any room, they don’t always have to be front and center, and instead can support existing pieces. Add a potted plant on the sides of your favorite house corner to give it a little extra love.

4. Get Shameless With Your Shelfie

If you have open shelving in your bathroom, kitchen, or even your closet, you can use it to your advantage by adding your favorite potted plant like a Maranta alongside a Wooden Tabletop Frame. Have a bookcase? Add your plant or frame as a bookend or break between the rows of books.