Fake flowers (and fake plants in general) are a sensitive topic. But for small businesses without interest in keeping real plants alive, or those with specific allergen-related needs, they can be an indispensable part of your office decor.
They come in virtually all varieties, from area rugs and wall-to-wall installations to customizable carpet tiles. Carpet made from natural, renewable fibers tend to be the most environmentally friendly and include sisal, seagrass, coir, organic cotton, jute, organic wool and bamboo.
During the winter months with the unique challenges they bring for raising plants, what are the most important things you can do to care for them?
Can plants clean your office air? There’s some research to back it up (including some from NASA), so we’ve compiled a list of some of the most-touted plants for cleaning toxins from the air you breathe, in addition to a raft of other positive effects they have.
Emotional, physical & cognitive well-being of a company’s workforce is integral to building a sustainable brand and retaining top talent. Biophilia is “humanity’s innate need to connect with nature and the natural environment.” Urban workforces, in particular, are embracing biophilic design, and they’ll continue to reshape the workplace and its settings for the foreseeable future.