Plants are critical to any Interior Design and provide exceptional Health Benefits.
Our human nature wants to connect with the outdoors. Research indicates that interior landscaping is not only desirable but a "must-do green initiative" to keep clients, tenants and customers happy and healthy. Consider the following Health Benefits of Plants:
Improved Productivity & Worker Satisfaction
When a company provides plants for their employees it demonstrates their goodwill. Workers feel management cares because plants create a tended space giving people the sense of caring and well-being. In fact, studies show workers have demonstrated 12% more productivity when plants are present.
A few ed quality specimen plants can help moderate the noise level and reduce stress, keeping employees happier and at work.
A Welcoming Building
The pleasant atmosphere created by indoor plants alleviates the harshness of the building environment. Plants create a warm inviting refuge.
Improved Indoor Environment
Plants take on many indoor environmental health problems by reducing levels of carbon dioxide, increasing relative humidity, reducing airborne dust levels and reducing levels of certain common interior pollutants such as formaldehyde, benzene and nitrogen dioxide.
Increase Tenant Occupancy & Retention
By maintaining healthy plants in attractively designed containers and displays, the character and appearance of the building improves. People want to stay and their perception is positive.
Plants Make a Design Statement
Interior landscaping shows you are a "fashion-oriented" business. Plants add the finishing touch to the overall design or stand as focal points to catch the eye.
Increase Customer Satisfaction
Plants provide a more interesting, cheerful, less stressful experience for your client, shopper, diner or overnight guest.
Direct Pedestrian Traffic
Plants can gently guide crowds to special attractions, direct optimal traffic flow or be the specific landmark for check-in desks, escalators and waiting areas.
Soften Less Attractive Building Features
Utilizing the versatility in size and shape, plants hide the less attractive features of the structural environment with elegant, functional solutions to service areas, kitchen entries, connecting hallways, etc.