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Healthy Spaces

Plants do far more than just provide another form of interior decoration. Every indoor space including offices, retail, hospitality & schools can benefit from incorporating indoor plants in their interior design.


Did you know that air pollution levels indoors are almost always higher than outdoors? 


Airborne toxins are emitted from materials such as paint, carpet, furnishings, plastics and electronic equipment. Living plants are proven to remove airborne toxins and other airborne particles (dust, smog).


Including living plants in interior spaces have many positive outcomes including an improved emotional state, reduced negative moods, reduced distraction & increased creativity.


On trend:
Incorporating natural elements and materials into the built environment is a growing trend. We all have an instinctive connection to nature.  Studies have found that even a view of nature helps improve an office workers productivity and sense of well-being. 

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