Plants add life to your space so utilize them abundantly!
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Including greenery in your design will not only add visual interest by providing texture, dimension, and color, but will enhance your quality of life by also improving the air quality. Some studies even suggest that plants improve our concentration, inspire creativity, and make us happier in general.
The versatility of greenery in interior design is unparalleled. When planning your space be sure to include at least one larger plant (or plant grouping) as a key element in each functional area. Choose smaller plants and succulents to add visual interest in smaller spaces and to draw the eye around the room.
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Potted plants are a relatively inexpensive way to make a big impact on your space and you have the added bonus of being able to personalise them further with the types of planters you choose.
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If your not sure which plants to feature head out to visit your local nursery. You’ll be sure to get personalised advice about the type and style that would best suit your space, lighting, and preferences.