The benefit of plants in your workspace go beyond aesthetics. People find solace in spaces decorated with abundant greenery. *University studies conclude that with the presence of plants employees take fewer sick days, feel less stress, and view their work space more positively. Plants provide oxygen and remove toxins from the air. They can also reduce noise levels, allowing people to work more effectively and efficiently.
Plants help to create a professional and welcoming appearance of your business. Plants are cool and attractive to look at…
…Can you imagine working in a space filled with lush greenery?
“Just one plant can make the difference,” claims Margaret Burchett, author of the latest research about how plants affect us especially in the work place. Working in offices in Sydney, Australia, Professor Burchett found that plants reduced negative feelings such as stress, anxiety, depression, anger, fatigue, confusion and overall negativity among participants with plants in their offices by as much as 60%. **
Also, live plants help keep humidity within a healthy range. If the air is too dry, we are prone to colds and flu, high humidity can influence other complaints. Plants naturally regulate humidity levels trough transpiration and evaportaion creating a recommended healthy range of 30-60%
* Malik, S. ‘Plants in Offices Increase Happiness and Productivity’ The Guardian 1 September 2014
** Powell, R. ‘Meet: Margaret Burchett, Indoor Plant and Health Expert’ The Garden Clinic 17 March 2015
Green is a colour that can reduce anxiety, depression, and nervousness. Green also brings a sense of hope, adventure and renewal, as well as self-control, compassion and harmony.
Green symbolizes prosperity, health and progress. Green is the most restful colour for the human eye and is used to relax and create equilibrium.
“Green enhances positive cognitive outcomes, such as improved memory, problem-solving, positive thinking. For example, one study showed that people were more likely to remember positive words that were written in green colour and that words linked to success were in most cases associated with the colour green.”
Van Braam, Hailey, July 2021 (colorpsychology.org)
We love working with artificial plants which have been expertly crafted to mimic real plants from nature. Not only do they look like the real thing but there is no need for watering, soil or replacements saving you time and stress it takes to keep real plants without compromise still creating beautiful abundant greenery where you want it.
With artificial plants, the initial cost of purchasing them is the only price you’ll have to pay. We can create bespoke green spaces and displays to suit your individual requirements- anything from reception areas, botanical styling or a dark corner that doesn’t see the light, we can create a bespoke display for you.
Transform your space into a tranquil oasis with classic palms or a vibrant seating area surrounded by lush ferns and ivys…