1. Bold Bedding
Bright colours and bold pattern bring a modern desert feel to this bedroom. Succulent print bedding—paired with a few live cacti—complete the theme.
2. Propped Art
Artwork doesn't have to hang on the wall. Prop up a favorite piece—like this digital succulent print—on a bookcase, dresser, or floating shelf. Pair with fresh greens, abstract art, and other small accents.
3. Sweet Garland
Bring a touch of summer to your kids' playroom or nursery with a felt succulent garland. Hang across a mantel, bookshelf, or accent wall.
4. Painted + Planted
Potted succulents paired with a cactus print create a three-dimensional effect. Stagger living succulents in different-size containers on a mantel or shelf, then place artwork behind the pots.
5. Pattern Play
Printed pillows are a cute way to bring succulents into the home without worrying about cactus pricks. Place a pillow on a banquette, bench, or patio chair.
6. Marquee Lights
Sorry terra-cotta, we have a new favorite planter. A marquee light stuffed with a variety of succulents is guaranteed to turn heads.
7. Cute Crochet
Succulents add a touch of whimsy to your child's bedroom, but the real deal can be messy. Instead, try crocheted succulents. You get the same effect but without soil or the risk of injuries from prickly plants.
8. Quote Me
Quote art can be cute—or super cliche. This piece chooses the former by incorporating succulents and a simple saying.
9. Decorative candle
This succulent candle is almost too pretty to burn. Use it on a side table, bookshelf, or any space that needs a little green.
This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens US.