Plant parents know that green friends look lovely in any room of the house. However, we don’t see plants on display in the kitchen as often as we’d like, but we’re here to share that it’s A-OK to style them there—in fact, a pop of green can work wonders in tying together a space and adding some welcome pep.
Blogger and cookbook author Alexandra Stafford logs a significant number of hours in the kitchen, and we love her placement of an oversized pothos plant right at the room’s entryway. A petite plant by the kitchen’s window pays a nod to its larger sibling and brightens up that section of the space.
Hey, Fiddle Fiddle
We often see fiddle leaf figs in the living room, but who says they can’t shine in the kitchen, too? Blogger Brooke Christen placed a smaller version of the plant on her countertop where it receives plenty of sunlight thanks to a nearby window. Mini plants on her open shelving look darling as well.
Studio DIY blogger Kelly Mindell designed a kitchen full of bright accents, and her plants couldn’t look more at home in the space.
Placing plants in a hanging wicker basket adds a boho nod that complements the style of Mindell’s vibrant pink rug.
High and Low
Designer Miranda Driehuizen played with height in her kitchen, placing one plant at eye level and using the others to spice up the tops of her cabinets. Driehuizen features a variety of plant types in her space—mixing and matching is encouraged.
Not All Neutral
Blogger Abi Dare may have designed a mostly minimalistic kitchen, but who can forgo a plant or two? A touch of green life will always prevent a space from feeling too stark or impersonal.
A Subtle Touch
Blogger Christine Andrew’s crisp kitchen looks nice and cozy with colorful touches including a small plant and a bowl of lemons.
Natural elements always make a space look more cohesive and finished, even when décor is kept minimal.
In a space like Maxine Brady’s kitchen, which features a variety of patterns, it’s best to keep plants nice and simple. Hanging one in a beautiful bronze planter as seen here will do the trick.
Meanwhile, an all-white kitchen provides the perfect backdrop to showcase a larger collection. Blogger Laura Sesana placed plants—large and small—high and low to create plenty of visual interest in an otherwise neutral space.