Plants in the Office
Office décor is a critical aspect every business should take into consideration when wanting to have a productive and healthy workplace. This can be as obvious as a clean and organized office, all the way to having a specific color paint on the walls that have been reported to promote a more productive workplace.
One part of ornamentation to also remember is the presence of plants in the workplace, as these plants can add to the vibrancy and liveliness of the office. What you don’t want is a plant that gives off a pungent odor when it blooms or one that will become too large to be kept in an office building. So, we have for you our top five picks for what may be best when considering bringing in some plants to promote a little more liveliness in your company.
The Top Five Plants In your Office
Peace Lily- a large, space-filling plant that can also clean the air in the office. It is even able to grow in the low natural light of an office building, making it ideal for those buildings missing the large office windows.
Chinese Evergreen- another plant that is easy to maintain, the evergreen can thrive in low light and can remove toxins from the air.
Snake Plant- tall green leaves, the compilation of dark green and yellow, green bands makes for a striking, eye-catching plant. A few of them together make for a creative partition.
Weeping Fig- the waxy green leaves of this plant can help with filtering pollutants from carpets and furniture. The shiny plastic look of them can even add to the aesthetic of the office life.
Cactus- the archetypical in office plant. This durable plant needs minimal upkeep, but be careful not to catch yourself on its thorns.
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