5 Ways to Incorporate Eucalyptus into Your Home This Summer
Posted on April 27 2020
The end of spring and the beginning of summer calls for an absolute reset. With windows open letting in a cool breeze, fresh flowers on the kitchen table, and the sweet scent of lemonade in hand, nature has made its way indoors.
To add even more freshness and summer fauna into your home, consider complementing your home with some eucalyptus elements as unique décor pieces from Rustic Reach. Not only will the greenery look beautiful, but it will also promote peace and wellbeing in your household.
Check out these five décor items to spruce up your home:
Artificial Plant Eucalyptus Stem
If you’re looking to keep your design simple with just the incorporation of the eucalyptus that you know and love, this artificial option at Rustic Reach is the perfect décor item for you. You can get as many or as little stems as you’d like. Throw them in a vase, include them in a bunch of other plants, or wrap them with some twine and hang them from your wall. However you choose to style them they will remain effortlessly stunning.
Artificial Eucalyptus Tree
Have you been yearning for a trip to the Italian countryside? Do you want to be surrounded by the rustic touch of the Mediterranean but can’t find the time or the money? Bring in an artificial eucalyptus tree into your home for that European flair. Best part? You don’t have to worry about keeping it alive for it to remain beautiful.
Silk Long Eucalyptus Leaf Bunch in Natural Color
Like the color of sand, this silk long eucalyptus leaf bunch brings the beach indoors without all the mess. It adds such a subtle element of fauna into your home without it looking like you ransacked the local garden nursery.
Silk Eucalyptus Leaf Bunch
Warmly toned with reds, pinks, and purple hues, this unique eucalyptus adds another layer of creativity into your home. While it doesn’t appear like a traditional eucalyptus plant, its familiar leaf shape includes that familiar element. Include it in a bunch with other floral elements or let it stand alone in a vase – the choice is yours.
Faux Leaf Autumn Eucalyptus
While this plant may have autumn in its name, the granting factor for this description is simply its warm-toned nature. Instead of the usual stark green coloring of eucalyptus, this variation tinted with orange and pink hues throws a unique spin on this very traditional plant. Include it in a ceramic pot for a more sophisticated look or add it in a clear glass vase to incorporate more airiness in its display.
Have fun decorating your home this season with your eucalyptus elements. Get as crazy with color or shape as you’d like – the presence of the plant is enough to bring in peace.