Soho Home x Leaf Envy
Shop indoor house plants and pots, curated in collaboration with Leaf Envy
We use plants in the Houses to breathe life into our spaces. To help you do the same, we've teamed up with Shoreditch House member and founder of Leaf Envy, Beth Chapman, to bring you an edit of plants you'll find around our Houses, along with tips on how to care for them.
Founder of Leaf Envy and Shoreditch House member, Beth Chapman
'Houseplants promote emotional, physical and mental health benefits, including air purification, boosting productivity and reducing stress'
This easy-going plant, also known as the Swiss Cheese plant, is recognised for its split leaves and air-purifying abilities. It comes in an antique rose terracotta pot, designed with a drainage hole and saucer to keep your Monstera Deliciosa happy and healthy.
This plant prefers medium, indirect light. It enjoys humidity and frequent misting. Water weekly, allowing the soil to dry out completely between waterings.
Fiddle Leaf Fig
With its broad, dark green leaves, the Fiddle Leaf Fig plant thrives in ambient light and adds impact to any room. It is paired with a handcrafted fractured pot that looks great perched on a desk or side table.
This plant prefers bright, indirect light, to dappled sun. Mist every few days to boost humidity, followed by weekly watering. If you're pot doesn't have drainage holes, remove any excess water from the bottom of your pot - this is key to preventing root rot.
Characterised by large green leaves and white flowers, the Peace Lily is happy in low light conditions and cleans the air from pollutants including Formaldehyde and Benzene. Its calming qualities help relax the mind, aiding better sleep.
This low maintenance plant is easy to care for. Place it away from direct sunlight and water when the leaves start to droop.
Known for its arching leaves, the Kentia Palm cleanses the air of carbon dioxide and nasty compounds that are emitted from materials and soft furnishings. It is paired with a glazed beige pot that looks great on shelves or table tops.
This plant isn't fussy and thrives in bright, indirect light with no particular humidity needs. Let the top two inches of soil dry out before watering, especially during the winter.
Originating from Eastern Africa, the ZZ plant is known for its thick, waxy green leaves. It is low maintenance and can store water and nutrients for a long period of time.
Place in low light and water every two weeks. Overwatering can cause brown stalks and yellow leaves to appear.
Chinese Money plant
The Chinese Money plant is recognised for its thick, spoon-shaped leaves and ability to grow tall. It symbolises abundance, good fortune, and is also known as the 'friendship plant' as it grows many nodes that can be gifted to friends.
This air-purifying plant comes in a handcrafted fractured pot, which looks great perched on a desk or console table. We recommend placing it in bright, indirect light and watering every 1-2 weeks.