We have a wide range of indoor plants in Isle of Wightof various heights and styles.
There are a wide range of interior plants or ‘house plants’ as they are sometimes termed to choose from in Isle of Wight. We provide expert advice as to which plants are ideal for your interior. The choice of interior plants available to you will depend on environmental factors such as lighting and temperature as well as aesthetics such as the design theme. Consideration of environmental factors is important so that plants are in excellent condition and thrive in the given environment. There are many solutions available and we supply interior plants to offices, hotels, shopping centres, cafes /bars, swimming pools and much more.
Office plants can be chosen to suit various containers. You can choose from floor standing containers, desktops, living walls and displays to be used as a division. We have a wide range of indoor plants in Isle of Wightof various heights and styles. Some prefer the modern look mother in law’s tongue, others the elegance and beauty of the Peace Lily or tall lush trees to create impact in a room.
Division walls are an ideal solution to separate an area, a green wall of planting offers a calming and relaxed atmosphere.
Desktop plants will catch the attention of customers, clients and visitors. Choose from beautiful green foliage to flowering plants to add some colour to the reception area.
Research conducted by NASA as far back as the late 1980s concluded that plants purify the indoor air. Which would mean that by installing plants you are improving the indoor air quality. Plants absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and emit oxygen, but as well as that the study found that they also absorb harmful toxins. The choice of plant will influence which toxins are removed. You also need to ensure that there are enough plants for a given space in order for it to be effective.
Firstly, it’s a green solution
Secondly, indoor air quality will benefit the well-being of your staff. As the humidity in the building will improve and carbon dioxide and other toxins which could make staff feel ill will be removed from the air. Ever heard of sick building syndrome (SBS)? Well .SBS results in headaches, poor concentration and fatigue and it is believed to occur in open office spaces with little ventilation as well as other factors. The idea behind NASA’s research in response to combating SBS was that man needed to take nature indoors if he was to work in an indoor environment. You may not have sick building syndrome but this study does highlight the benefits of bringing plants indoors, so why not benefit from that?
Thirdly, office plants improve mood and create a relaxing atmosphere. Everyone wants to work in a beautiful, relaxing environment.
Contact us today for a free quote. We will contact you to discuss how we can help you add some greenery, some beautiful indoor plants to your workspace and create a relaxing environment with elegant interior plants.