The Fiddle-Leaf Fig and the Monstera were undeniably some of the most popular indoor plants of 2017. Some might say those plants were the initial spark that launched the indoor plant revolution that dominated Instagram over the past year.
But like all things steeped in trends and popularity, what goes up must come down — and though indoor plants aren't going anywhere , a new crop of leafy greens are starting to catch our eye. Although the standard green indoor plants will remain classics, colorful indoor plants are this year's biggest indoor plant trend.
Here are three types of colorful indor plants that will liven up any room.
Pops of Pink
With the Instagram account @plantsonpink accumulating more than 100,000 followers, it's no surprise we're suddenly being drawn to indoor plants that feature the best of both worlds.
Made up of Pantone's two most popular shades, indoor plants with pops of pink are destined to be everywhere in 2018.
Variegated, Spotted, and Striped Indoor Plants
This year is all about embracing maximalism — and that includes your indoor plants.
Adding one or two of these statement-making spotted and striped plants will instantly update your living space. Mix patterns for an even more eclectic appeal.
Pin stripe calathea
Mini Citrus Plants
With "generation Z yellow" taking hold on the fashion side of things, it's no surprise the optimistic hue has made it's way into the decor world. Plus, these plants aren't just eye candy. They might cut a few dollars off your grocery bill!
Dwarf lime tree
Meyer lemon tree
Dwarf orange tree
This post was written by Nikki Chowdury. For more, check out our sister site Homes to Love.