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Indoor Plant Information and Articles

Tropical Interiors

If you’re thinking of transforming your drab office or commercial space into something stunning, making it into a tropical paradise is a sure way to make it go from blah to wow! Inside Plants can help you get affordable gorgeous tropical interiors using lush greenery and unique, colorful planters. 

 

We are an experienced plants and plant service company serving clients in Orange County, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.  We offer 100% warranty with our plant service.

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Faux plants beauty

In recent years, faux plants have been making their mark on the interior design industry. In contrast to their previous reputation for being gaudy and cheap, modern faux plants are winning people over with their lifelike looks and easy maintenance. 

 

The words “fake plants” and “faux plants” typically bring to mind visuals of cheap, plastic, and strangely colored plants covered in dust.  As you’re reading this, you can probably smell that dusty, plasticky scent that’s impossible to get rid of. Remember that fake ficus tree your grandmother had in the corner?

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plant arrangements

Nothing uplifts the mood faster than beautifully arranged plants that greet you as you enter your office or visit a hotel or commercial establishment.  Apart from being instant pick-me-uppers, eye-catching indoor plant arrangements instantly brighten and enhance any room they are displayed in.

Inside Plants is your go-to indoor plant provider that can help improve the look and feel of your workspace or commercial establishment with custom plant design and maintenance services.

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Showy Indoor Plants

Plants have always been an integral part of good interior design. Much of the process of designing for any interior space depends on how much of the outdoors is brought in.  And what better way to bring the beauty of the outdoors indoors than through beautiful and vibrant plants. 

 

There are a number of reasons why it’s good to integrate plants and greenery into your interior design:

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Plants Increase Office Productivity

Have you been feeling work around the office is a little sluggish recently?  Do you think the office environment is uninspiring and could really use some color and life to add vitality?

 

Don’t fret. The good news is that you can use a simple trick to lift up the office mood and make every day more productive: plants at work.

While this may sound absurd to some, the fact is that indoor plants can actually work like magic in any office setting.

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Hotel Plant Impact

Whether staying for business or pleasure, guests love a great hotel experience that allows them to bask in the ambiance of peace and relaxation.  Hoteliers continue to capitalize on this by adding more indoor plants within the hotel, which can quickly transport hotel guests to a zen state of mind.

This hotel trend is known as biophilic design, which allows hoteliers to take advantage of the innate connection of people with nature.

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Landscape Your Lobby

Lobbies being a visitor’s first point of contact, designers are paying more attention to adding open spaces and amenities designed to elicit a good first impression. 

 

Adding plants to a lobby is an effective way of infusing color and interest into your space. In this article, we give you 5 ways to landscape your lobby so it conveys both positive and welcoming energy.

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Plants And Your Mental Health

According to the World Health Organization, cardiovascular disease and mental health disorders will be the two largest contributors to disease numbers by 2020. 

 

With people leading increasingly stressful lives, this is hardly surprising. Changing lifestyles and urbanization had resulted in ever diminishing time for people to commune with nature. And less and less opportunity to recharge physical and mental energy. 

 

Recognizing humans’ innate love of nature, biophilia, urban designers are focusing on incorporating elements of nature into interior spaces where people can live and work with less stress and with greater feeling of wellbeing and health. Read More.