Asked And Answered: How Should I Position My Artificial Plants When Designing My Space?

When it comes to the design of a room or the layout of a workspace, some of the more common questions that are asked about the use of artificial or “faux”, fake trees, plants, shrubs, and flowers include:

The great news is that for each of these questions, artificial plants actually offer more flexibility than live plants. With live plants, you often have to choose your flowers, plants, or shrubs based on the amount of sunlight provided to a specific area of the room. If your room or work space has low levels of sunlight, then certain plants won’t be able to survive, let along thrive. The alternative artificial version of that plant, however, requires no sunlight and will provide the lasting beauty you are seeking year round with minimal maintenance.

Your plant design can be whatever you’d like it to be. Whether you want a plant design look that livens up your living room or adds a pop of color with flowers to your window sills, fake plants are always a great addition with low maintenance. To really enjoy your artificial plants in your space, consider a dynamic design planter, like these modern black planters.

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Because of the reduced restrictions over the placement of artificial plants, you have a lot more options as to where to place your plants, what colors and types of plants are available to be used in your design, and how frequently you will need to care for or replace them.

If you have questions about the placement of plants in a workspace or room in your home, feel free to ask them in a comment. Have a tip that you have used that works? We’d love to hear it!


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