Crazy plant ladies - you can now pay people to style your indoor plants

Install some method to the madness!

The indoor plant trend is continuing to grow with Fiddle leaf figs and Swiss cheese plants taking over our living rooms. And while there are a huge amount of benefits to being a crazy plant lady, sometimes we need a little help when it comes to organising our plant babies.

Indoor plant styling is officially a thing, when planting extraordinaires can help you install the best plants for your home, or style the plants you already have growing.

Already becoming a huge career trend in New York, the unique service is booming in Australia, helping spaces turn from crazed gardens to a chic oasis. 

In fact, the New York trend is becoming so popular that the service can cost multiple thousands. New York-based plant stylist, Lisa Muñoz charges $2,000 USD as the minimum fee to fill your house with plants and make each space look beautiful.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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But luckily in Australia, prices are a bit more reasonable. Melbourne-based botanical emporium, Ivy Muse charges $300 for a site visit to your house, which is redeemable when purchasing plants over $1000. They'll also throw in a copy of their Plant Style book for extra tips.

The consultation at home will include a discussion about what you wish to achieve in your space, as well as assessing the lighting and other environmental conditions present.

Once you decide on the plants, you'll pay for the remainder of the price, which could be a few hundred dollars up to an unlimited budget.

So, would you consider hiring a plant stylist in your home?  

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