Tiered Plant Stand
Plant stands are both decorative and versatile and they're not just for plants either! For example, if you need additional space for displaying items and have no free space on your mantle or shelving, a tiered plant stand is just perfect for making a unique and charming display.
A top of the line plant stand will make either living or artificial plants look wonderful. You can enjoy all the advantages of green plants without taking the time to care for a living thing if you use artificial plants. A plant stand can add charm and support and lift for your artificial plants as well as knick knacks on some of the tiers.
You should not encounter difficulties placing the stand upright as long as the floor is solid and level. When displaying heavy or large items, you should take care to get a stand that can support the weight while still being appropriate for your flooring. As an example, a pedestal of light weight probably would not be the right thing if the floor has plush carpeting. This base will not cause you any worry on hardwood flooring.
Consider using your tiered plant stand to add your own style and flair to your home. In doing so, you'll have a little area that represents your creative personality.
Choosing A Plant Stand:
When selecting a stand, there are some things to think about, even if you'll be placing something other than greenery atop your plant stand. The stand should primarily enhance the beauty of the plant, not detract or compete with it. Your plants are of course the center of attention, but with the wide variety in plant stands today, your guests will be awed by both the plants and the pedestals they are resting upon.
You also need to think about the type of plant you will put on the stand. You want the size of the stand to be in the right proportion to the size of the plant. You want to reconsider pairing a heavy, overpowering stand with a small, decorative plant. Then again, you wouldn't want to pair a thin delicate stand with a huge flowering plant.
Color is also important. Displaying flowering plants to their best advantage requires careful consideration of color choice. Use a complementary color or a neutral depending on your current decorating scheme when you buy a plant stand.
Size is an important factor. The top of the tiered plant stand must be large enough that your plant pot will fit on it. The top of the stand should not be completely covered by your plant pot. This will ensure that the whole arrangement looks good as well as remains stable.
More Plant Stands:
Wooden Plant Stands
Metal Plant Stands
Indoor Plant Stands
Wrought Iron Plant Stands
Tiered Plant Stands