I’d like to incorporate a waterfall or some kind of natural element into my bedroom decor.  via Quora 

by Heather Robins

Incorporating a natural element into your decor is a great idea! Personally, the waterfall idea scares me a bit. I’m always nervous about any container of water leaking and causing bigger issues. However, I will always be on board with having house plants! Indoor plants will not only calm you, but they will also clean the air in your room.

Believe it or not, you can grow small trees indoors. If your room has a lot of natural lighting, this is such a great option. Lemon trees (pictured) have become very popular, but you can also grow things like a Money Tree (Pachira aquatica) or a Fiddle Leaf Fig. Just be sure to open your blinds every morning before you leave your house! Otherwise the poor guys probably won’t get enough light!

Another great option for indoor plants are succulents! Succulents seem to be all the rage recently. What I love about them is that you can put them in any kind of pot you want. Obviously, you can have a normal pot, but you can also create a sort of succulent art with an old frame (pictured). With succulents, your only limitation is your imagination.

Personally, I also love the idea of hanging plants in a room. Spider plants (pictured) are great for that, as are pothos and all sorts of ivy. If your room isn’t extremely well lit, try a golden pothos… they can handle low lighting conditions. They’re also pretty easy to maintain.

Alternatively, if you’re afraid of killing the plants, you can try nature-inspired furniture! This bed frame is made to look like a tree. How cool is that?!

Hope that helps! If you still need more ideas, check out these blogs!

The Fruits of Your Labor: Apartment Friendly Indoor Trees – FurnishMyWay Blog

Garden of Ease: The Art of the Succulent Garden – FurnishMyWay Blog

The Green Life: Plant Decor for Higher Productivity – FurnishMyWay Blog

Enchanted Forest Decor: Once Upon a Dream – FurnishMyWay Blog

I’d like to incorporate a waterfall or some kind of natural element into my bedroom decor. What are the best ways I can do that?