Decorating the interior of your home or office with plants is known as “plantscaping.” This practice has been growing in popularity for the last few years and is becoming a central element of any interior design plan. However, one can’t just get any random plant and expect it to thrive. There are several different conditions you need to take into account or you risk losing time and money...
With workers having been sent home during the pandemic, companies are having a hard time bringing them back. During the mandatory lockdowns, people sought refuge in nature. Some tended to house plants, some set up bird feeders, while others set up outdoor offices. Interestingly, these observations have become a key tactic in bringing workers back to the office.
According to NASA’s Clean Air Study, certain indoor plants perform better than others at removing volatile organic pollutants. We created a list of our top six, best air filtering houseplants based on NASA’s data, so that you can improve the air quality of your home or commercial space.
Moss wall art is a creative, unique, and beneficial design accent to add to your office space or even in your home. This type of wall art is also known as “green walls,” which has been known to produce psychological benefits. Moss art adds a vibrant pop of color and warm feeling to any room that the wall is placed in.
Whether you're dining at a local restaurant or in the waiting room of a corporate office, you may have noticed that plant walls are exploding in popularity. They promote productivity, support our wellbeing, and reconnect us with nature in an indoor setting.
Is your commercial space a little bland and dreary? Don’t let a bleak space depress your employees and customers! Incorporate a little life into the space with the use of plants! We composed a list of the best low light plants that thrive in gloomy offices. These are our picks when it comes to plants that are the most adaptable to low light spaces like commercial buildings.
You've probably seen stunning green walls in offices, universities, airports, or at your favorite cafe. They're becoming increasingly popular in the past couple of years, especially in urban cities, where space and nature are limited. As Southern California continues to grow with new construction going up around us, many of us may realize that it's been a while since we've been out in nature!
During the past year, we've experienced the COVID-19 pandemic, nationwide quarantine, employment uncertainty, and economic instability. Unsurprisingly, many people are left feeling overwhelmed and stressed. As countless studies have found, plants can help improve mental health and reduce the adverse effects of stress!
Quarantine has also presented the challenge of space, for workers who do not have the luxury of private home offices. Plants can be an affordable solution to provide privacy and encourage distancing in your own home. This blog will go over the benefits of adding plants to your home office and how you can transform it into a mini green paradise.