I compiled a list of the most creative indoor garden ideas of the year. These cool houseplants efficiently use space and are guaranteed to spruce up your interior design game.

To make this guide more practical, I added expressive pictures and recommendations on which indoor garden design idea best fits your home. They are curated according to how much time, energy, and money you’re willing to put in to create and maintain the designs, and the type and amount of light you have available.

50 of the Most Amazing Indoor Garden Ideas

1. Indoor garden design for low-light bedrooms

Indoor Garden Idea - Hanging Monstera

Source: hiltoncarter on Instagram

Do you want more oxygen in your low-lit bedroom? Go for this miniature tropical forest!

While most of us prefer our bedrooms on the shadier side of the spectrum, this doesn’t make the sleeping room off-limits for lush vegetation.

Many tropical plants are ideal for low-light environments, like the Monstera that’s awesomely hanged on the wall or the Colocasia that’s casually photobombing its fern friend.

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low-Medium

Light Requirements

Partial shade

2. Easy, low-maintenance indoor garden idea for black thumbs

Low-maintenance snakeplants

Source: leafandlolo on Instagram

Truth be told, we’ve all killed our fair share of plants either by smothering them with love or by forgetting about them altogether. If that’s your case, you’ve got to try a Sansevieria garden. They are super easy to care for and also purify the air.

The sheer diversity of this genus will allow you to decorate an entire house with unique plants as it contains around 70 species.

Skill Required

1/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low

Light Requirements

Partial shade to filtered bright light

3. Green wall indoor garden design idea

Indoor green wall garden design

Source: uokpetal on Instagram

If a bunch of planters on some stands just sound plain to you and you’ve always been dexterous and deft, you must try a living wall.

This modern, minimalist twist on a classic green wall garden uses low-maintenance plants that handle artificial light well, like the flowing ivy and the tropical plants that will gradually cover the entire back wall of this room.

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Moderate

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Partial shade to filtered light

4. Sun-loving indoor jungle design

Indoor garden ideas for sunny roomsSource: foliageandfluffies on Instagram

Thinking of getting rid of those boring old window treatments and going for a fresh, clean look? You can always use your plants for a bit of extra shade! In fact, this is, in my opinion, one of the best uses for these indoor garden ideas.

Place succulents and the rest of your sun-loving greenery as close to the window as possible while keeping the sun-sensitive ones like Pothos and Monstera in bright, but indirect light.

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Moderate

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Filtered bright light to full sun

5. Mini bedroom indoor garden for fresh air

Indoor garden design idea for bedroom

Source: aljaskrt on Instagram

Who doesn’t want clean air in their homes? This clean minimalist design is just perfect for small spaces.

If you don’t have much room in your sleeping chambers, installing a few floating shelves and placing a few lightweight pots with plants will drastically improve the looks and air of your bedroom.

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low

Light Requirements

Filtered, bright light

6. Shaded Corner Garden Idea

Indoor Plants for Shaded Corners

Source: _sauradesigns_ on Instagram

This modern corner garden design idea works best for sunny apartments and offices. If you struggle to keep your shade-loving plants happy and healthy and you’re sure light is to blame, go for one of the indoor garden ideas that use a wall or corner with plenty of bright but indirect sunlight.

Pro tip: Paint the wall in a darker color to absorb some extra light!

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Filtered light, partial shade

7. Minimalist Urban Jungle

Minimalist indoor garden design

Source: casaprotea on Instagram

If, when designing a room or office, you’re going for an impactful look, go big! A fiddle leaf fig or philodendron look impressive with minimal care, not to mention the snake plant on the bottom left.

To highlight the greenery in this minimalist indoor jungle even more, choose containers in warm, earthy tones and use some minimalist stands to adjust their height to your indoor garden design idea.

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Partial shade to filtered bright light

8. Mini bonsai forest garden

Bonsai forest indoor garden ide

Source: the_indoor_gardener_ on Instagram

If you’re a gardening enthusiast with a bit of experience behind and a lot of patience ahead, go for this ambitious, but highly rewarding little project. Play around with bark instead of shallow bonsai pots and, for a next level challenge, make it sloped!

However, keep in mind the one we exemplified likely took years to reach this stage. Of course, you can always purchase one, but be prepared to spend at least a couple hundred bucks for a piece like the one above.

Skill Required

5/5

Difficulty

Hard

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Filtered, bright light

9. Minimalist Succulent Terrariums

Succulent Terrarium Idea

Source: min_lor on Instagram

No shelves? No problem! Get yourself some cool terrariums that can be hanged on your wall for smaller plants like succulents or flowing ones – just imagine how awesome string of hearts, string of pearls, or burro’s tail would look like in a terrarium pot like these ones!

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Full sun

10. Indoor shower garden

Bathroom Garden Idea

Source: the_indoor_gardener_ on Instagram

This indoor garden design typically works for any space with no direct sunlight but plenty of bright light. However, for these plants to fully thrive, they only need a humid environment and a bit of light.

Your bathroom is just the thing.

You can also feel free to add ferns, mosses, or even air plants to this room.

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Easy to moderate

Financial Investment

Low to medium

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright, filtered light

11. Indoor Christmas Tree Plant Display

Indoor Garden Idea - Christmas Tree Shaped Plant Shelf

Source: plantannaplant on Instagram

Most indoor garden ideas focus on vertical displays as these take up very little floor space and allow enough light to reach the plants they host. What I like most about this display is its versatility, especially when the holidays roll around!

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy to moderate

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Bright filtered light to full sun

12. Minimalist indoor air plants garden design

Indoor Air Plant Garden Design Idea

Source: onetinyjungle on Instagram

Air plants are a breeze to care for and look stunning on their own. However, they also look amazing when grouped together in a cool aerial display like the one above.

Just keep in mind that copper, rust, zinc, and a few other substances commonly found in planters and displays are toxic to air plants.

Skill Required

1/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low-medium

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light

13. Cozy bedroom garden

Indoor plants for a cozy bedroom

Source: botani.gal on Instagram

Looking to create the perfect spot for long, lazy weekends? You don’t need much apart from a comfy bed and loads of plants!

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Moderate

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light

14. Multi-level indoor garden

Multi leveled indoor garden

Source: nish_yay on Instagram

Is light, and not floor space, the reason why your indoor garden isn’t thriving? One option we mentioned a few indoor garden ideas behind advised you to go vertically, but this might not always work. You may have some plants in desperate need of light on the opposite wall, for example.

This is when you go multi-level! This indoor garden design is one of the most light-efficient I’ve seen as it provides enough light for both levels of plants by the window while also allowing the ones in the background to survive and thrive.

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Moderate-hard

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light

15. Floating bathroom garden

Bathroom garden idea
Source: momagency on Instagram

If you’re one of the lucky few who have a well-lit bathroom, make use of that! While the aforementioned shower garden design had some cool tropical moisture-loving plants, this one is on the opposite spectrum with flowing succulents, cacti, and hoyas that you can water around once a month.

I love that you can barely notice the floating shelf!

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low-medium

Light Requirements

Partial shade – bright filtered light

16. Indoor hanging garden

Indoor garden idea - hanging plants

Source: isaac092 on Instagram

What I like most about this design is that it’s as space efficient as one can get. The plants are getting enough indirect light for healthy growth and don’t take up space that would have been used otherwise.

The raw, industrial look of that hanging rail is my second favorite thing about this design, and that amazing hoya should get an A+ from me.

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low-medium

Light Requirements

Partial shade – bright filtered light

17. Urban garden interior decor idea

interior garden idea for rooms with darker walls

Source: ma.siko on Instagram

Urban-minimalist indoor garden ideas are all the jazz this decade and this design is easier to achieve than you might think. Just splash some neutral color on the wall (the darker, the better – think dark grays, neutral shades of brown, and so on), add some shelves, and some cute planters and you’re good to go!

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low

Light Requirements

Partial shade to full sun

18. Attic Bathroom Jungle

Attic Bathroom Garden Idea

Source: katmagdalene on Instagram

One of my favorite designs on this list, this indoor jungle is made out of only ferns and pothos plants. While the latter is a trailing plant that’s extremely versatile, the ferns add a touch of luxury to your attic decor.

It works great for bathrooms as these lushy plants absolutely love moisture.

Skill Required

1/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low-medium

Light Requirements

Partial shade – bright filtered light

19. Window bench garden decor

Air Purifying Indoor Garden Idea

Source: melony.dawn on Instagram

If you don’t want your indoor garden to interfere too much with the design of your living room and you hardly ever get to use your window bench, consider this indoor garden design.

Not only will your plants get enough light, they will also work as a discreet air purifier for your home.

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy to moderate

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light

20. Bonsai & succulents indoor garden design for small spaces

Zen bonsai and succulents indoor garden

Source: oita.kr on Instagram

Do you want a beautiful indoor garden that looks stunning with minimal effort and will not outgrow its area for a long while? Then bonsais and succulents are the main plants to consider.

I love how space-saving these plants are due to their slow, yet consistent growth when placed in the right environment.

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Bright filtered light to full sun

21. Cozy indoor garden for shaded rooms

Low light indoor plants

Source: thenomadsociety on Instagram

This setup is pretty straight-forward when it comes to the plant arrangement, but I’ve included it to show you just how much accessories can do for your indoor garden!

The woven wall hanging, the rattan chair, and the discreet, natural wooden stands warm up the whole decor and turn it into a comfy living space.

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy-moderate

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright, filtered light

22. Cute indoor corner garden design

Indoor garden idea for corners

Source: jackiesjungleinthedesert on Instagram

A sunny, but otherwise unusable corner in your home can turn into the perfect indoor corner garden! Jackie from jackiesjungleinthedesert organized a happy little corner garden with her favorite plants – hoyas, string of hearts, a few chinese evergreens, and calatheas.

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Moderate-hard

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Bright filtered light to full sun

23. Sunny indoor garden

Indoor Garden Idea for Sunny Spots

Source: nature_inspiration_home on Instagram

Livistonas and many other palms, banana trees, ficuses, and virtually all succulents (not pictured here) are some of the best indoor plants for sunny spots. In addition, they’re pretty resilient and require minimal to medium care. Use these to shade a sunny living room or bedroom.

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Moderate-hard

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Bright indirect light to full sun

24. Easy stylish indoor garden

Houseplants for sunny rooms

Source: chasingkho on Instagram

If you don’t mind a little sun in your living room and prefer a simple, airy look, give up stands and shelves altogether!

Simply go for some elegant planters that don’t intrude with the rest of your decor, pot the plants, and place them on the floor for a stylish look you can get as easy as ABC.

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Bright filtered light to partial sun

25. Overgrown spare room design

Repurposed Room Garden Design Idea

Source: pleasantlygreen on Instagram

Do you have a spare room that simply feels lifeless? Fill it to the brim with plants! This amazing idea might take a bit more to design and maintain, but the results are totally worth it!

Skill Required

4/5

Difficulty

Moderate-hard

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Bright filtered light to full sun

26. Indoor sealed bottled gardens

Bottled Garden Idea

Source: plantbypackwood on Instagram

Potted plants are great and all, but if you want to step up your game, go for a whole ecosystem in a tightly sealed jar!

These indoor garden ideas might be a challenge to create, but require no maintenance apart from making sure they receive plenty of light. ally worth it!

Skill Required

4/5

Difficulty

Super easy

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Bright filtered light

27. Skylight garden room

Hanging indoor plants for attics with skylights

Source: plantthejungle on Instagram

This amazing indoor garden design is perfect for attics or office buildings with skylights as these environments generally provide enough sunlight for proper, healthy growth.

The smart design above uses the trailing hoyas to create an indoor jungle effect and provide shade for the calatheas placed on the table.

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Easy-moderate

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Bright filtered light

28. Soilless (hydroponic) indoor wall garden design

Propagation Wall Indoor Garden Idea

Source: buoroarquitetura on Instagram

There are plenty of plants that can grow just in water – pothos, ivy, wandering jew, philodendron, chinese evergreens, begonias, and many more will do just fine in a glass tube or a vase.

Obviously, this indoor garden design took a bit longer to prepare as it includes customized shelves, but you’ve got to admit it’s well worth the effort!

Skill Required

4/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Bright filtered light

29. Indoor living moss wall design

Green Moss Wall Decor Idea

Source: groeneluxe on Instagram

If you’re a plant freak, a living moss wall is the perfect way to create an accent wall in your home. Just pick a well-lit wall that does not receive direct sunlight, or go for a completely shaded one and add artificial lighting. Water by misting.

Skill Required

4/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Bright filtered light

30. Indoor garden idea for north-east facing windows

Indoor Garden Idea for rooms with good lighting

Source: home_of_vintage_and_green on Instagram

This is one of the most efficient indoor garden design ideas if we consider lighting. It has light-loving plants (succulents, hoyas) directly in front of the window, with shade-seeking plants like ferns placed exactly below the window level and others scattered around the garden corner.

However, my favorite thing about this design has to be the small drawer planter idea!

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy-moderate

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright, filtered light

31. Jungalow indoor plant design idea

Trailing plants indoor garden idea

Source: theplantrescuer on Instagram

If trailing and exotic plants are your thing, you can easily create a jungalow! Mix and match different types of plants, use sturdier ones to create a support base for trailing ones, but allow some to cascade through as naturally as possible.

Skill Required

4/5

Difficulty

Easy-moderate

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright, filtered light

32. Simple indoor office garden design

indoor plants on a shelf

Source: twee.arn on Instagram

Want to freshen up the look of your office without spending a fortune? All you need is a shelf and a few plants in front of a sunny window! Go for plants that can wait around two weeks between waterings since you don’t want weekends and vacations ruining your plants!

Pothos, palms, monstera, hoyas, and cacti and succulents are just a few of the plants you can work with for your office indoor garden ideas.

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Moderate-hard

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright, filtered light

33. Fabulous jungle corner idea

Exotic indoor garden idea

Source: ohmymonstera on Instagram

This awesome design is perfect for your relaxation corner! The luxurious rococo chaise is accented by the multitude of tropical plants like banana trees, ficuses, and palms.

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Moderate-hard

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright, filtered light

34. Indoor zen fountain garden

Fountain Centered Garden Design Idea

Source: theplantsocietyau on Instagram

If you’re looking to create a serene spot in your home and have a few bucks to spare, you can install an indoor fountain and surround it with plants.

The fountain provides enough moisture in the air so plants can thrive and creates a soothing spot you can relax in after a tough day at the office.

Skill Required

5/5

Difficulty

Moderate

Financial Investment

High

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright, filtered light

35. Mini indoor study garden

Green study corner garden idea

Source: skyelofish on Instagram

This mini indoor garden is perfect for a cozy little study room you want to liven up a bit.

The plant selection pictured below is just what you need for a well-lit study room and doesn’t intrude with its functionality.

Skill Required

1/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low

Light Requirements

Bright filtered light

36. Boho chic bedroom garden

bohemian indoor garden idea

Source: soltech_solutions on Instagram

Does your dream bedroom include crochet decor, distressed furniture pieces, and loads of plants? That means you know what you want and you’re halfway through achieving it!

Hit the local flea market for cheap furniture and crochet pieces, then go wild with your bohemian indoor garden ideas!

Skill Required

4/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright filtered light

37. Amazing indoor fairy garden idea

Indoor Fairy Garden

Source: fpconservatory on Instagram

If stunning indoor garden design is what you’re after, this is the one to go for. Sure, it might take you up to a few days and a few hundred bucks, but check out how awesome it looks!

Just make sure you pick plants that have similar watering and care needs, and you’re golden.

Skill Required

5/5

Difficulty

Easy-moderate

Financial Investment

High

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright filtered light

38. DIY ceiling hanging plant display

Pothos indoor garden idea

Source: meeschmid_plantlady on Instagram

What I like most about this living room jungle is the DIY driftwood hanging display, but I’ve got to admit the caged little plant underneath the coffee table deserves some praise, too!

Skill Required

4/5

Difficulty

Moderate

Financial Investment

Medium-high

Light Requirements

Bright filtered sun

39. Space-saving indoor garden design

Houseplants for small spaces

Source: smartplantapp on Instagram

If you need plants in your life but don’t want to radically change the whole look of your room, consider this indoor garden design! The shelf above is placed on a desk, but leaves plenty of work space available.

This is also one of the best DIY garden ideas on a budget as you will hopefully only use stuff you already have lying around the house.

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low-medium

Light Requirements

Bright filtered light

40. Overgrown living room design

Living Room Hanging Plants

Source: sprigandwest on Instagram

I absolutely love how wild that fiddle leaf fig looks right beneath the skylight, but I’ve got to admit the hanging plants also contribute to the overgrown effect.s are totally worth it!

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Medium

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright, filtered light

41. Floor jungle design

Pothos on the floor garden display idea

Source: ihavethisthingwithurbanjungles on Instagram

If you’re going for an untamed jungle design, make it as effortless as possible. You can, of course, hang some trailing plants from the ceiling and let them do their thing, but this can lead to a stifling effect.

The easy fix for these indoor garden ideas? Place them on the floor to make the room appear a bit more airy!

Skill Required

1/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light

42. Kitchen urban jungle

Kitchen jungle idea

Source: plantaholic.sp on Instagram

Who said kitchens are for herb gardens only? What’s stopping you from adding some pileas, ivy, wandering jews, or calatheas to spruce up your kitchen?

Just make sure you’re using plants that can withstand moisture and are a bit more resilient than the average if ventilation is not your kitchen’s strongest suit.

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light

43. Mini indoor greenhouse (great for pet owners)

Mini greenhouse idea

Source: quaintlyscarlett on Instagram

This cool little greenhouse is the perfect decor for a windowsill or desk – especially if you have a pet that loves munching on your brand new ivy!

In fact, if your indoor plant collection includes a few toxic varieties, you will need to do this to protect your pets.

Skill Required

1/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light

44. Indoor epipremnum garden

Epipremnum Shelf Indoor Garden Idea

Source: ihavethisthingwithurbanjungles on Instagram

If keeping up with different watering schedules feels like a hassle but still want diversity in your indoor garden, go for plants in the same genus. This indoor garden design uses beautiful and versatile species of Epipremnum.

These stunning plants are easy to care for and come in a wide range of green shades and variegation types. It’s one of my favorite house and office plants since it also handles artificial light well.

Skill Required

1/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light

45. Sleek indoor herb garden idea

Indoor herb garden idea

Source: sharonbarson on Instagram

This amazing indoor herb garden design is perfect for minimalist kitchen designs. It’s also very space efficient; just place a pallet on a bare wall that gets plenty of natural light and a bit of sunlight, fill it with soil, and add your favorite herbs!

Pay attention to their needs and arrange them accordingly: Mediterranean or annual ones like lavender, oregano, basil, and dill need full sun, while others need bright, indirect light, so take this into consideration when choosing a spot for this indoor herb garden.

Skill Required

4/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light to full sun

46. Framed air plant garden design

Framed air plant garden

Source: r0xx3 on Instagram

Air plants are stunning little pieces of greenery that look amazing when casually spread across your indoor garden. However, they can also look amazing when bunched up together!

We’ve already shown you one of our favorite air plant displays (the 12th suggestion on this list), here’s another one that you can even make yourself in a few minutes!

Skill Required

3/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light

47. Kokedama indoor hanging garden

Hanging kokedama garden

Source: kokedamakrazy on Instagram

Are you a fan of succulents, bonsais, and other plants that tend to like droughty soil? Kokedamas are just the thing! These creative and extremely versatile out-of-the-box plant arrangements use a layer of moss instead of planters.

Hang them at different heights in front of a window or place them on a cute shelf. You can easily water the plants by dunking the whole ball underwater for a few minutes, which makes kokedamas one of the most convenient indoor garden design ideas on this list.

Skill Required

4/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright, filtered light

48. Mini fairy garden design with succulents

Succulent fairy garden

Source: jamielovely on Instagram

Did you come to the sudden realization that you have way too many small pots? Then a fairy garden is the perfect idea! The example above uses succulents and autumn decor, but you’re free to mix and match any plants with similar watering requirements.

Simply pot them together and add your favorite miniature decorations to create a style you like.

Skill Required

1/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light

49. Cool indoor garden design for small kitchens

Garden idea for small kitchens

Source: botani.gal on Instagram

If your kitchen is just a tad larger than a bathtub, like mine is, don’t worry; it’s NOT doomed to look tedious and lifeless.

Little counter space is not an issue if you pick a trailing or hanging plant in a few small pots!

Skill Required

1/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Low

Light Requirements

Partial shade to bright, filtered light

50. Fireplace indoor garden design

fireplace garden

Source: springandwest on Instagram

The fireplace can be the perfect spot for your favorite plants during the warmer months – or permanently, if you’re not using it in the winter, either!

Skill Required

2/5

Difficulty

Easy

Financial Investment

Medium

Light Requirements

Bright, filtered light

Final Thoughts

How about it? Did you find a favorite among our indoor garden ideas compilation?

We’d love it if you’d share your indoor paradise with us! We’re also planning on adding to this indoor garden ideas list as we go because there’s no shortage of spectacular arrangements out there.

Inspire us with your personal story at contact@youhadmeatgardening.com or leave a comment with what you’d like to see next.

About the Author - Florina Ionescu

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