Can plants and planters affect architecture?
The simple answer is yes!
A glimpse of nature in architecture catches the eye. Plants added to a modern home or commercial building adds a special appeal. It makes you feel at ease. It affects your mood as well as your health.
Do you know that nature helps to minimize our stress levels? Other than the soothing effect of the “green”, being close to nature calms your mind and brings you inner peace.
Placing plants in your office could also help you reduce noise levels. The plants help to absorb noise. Leafy perennials are great stress reducers making it easier for you to focus on what you need to do.
The most important thing about placing plants indoors is their ability to improve the quality of air. Plants release oxygen into the surrounding area by converting the carbon dioxide they absorb. Some plants even clean the air by absorbing all the hazardous toxins that we usually breathe. They refresh and revive our environment just by being around.
In the aesthetic sense, indoor pots and planters are just beautiful to look at. They can liven up boring areas. You can even use planters to create a pathway Or highlight certain design elements. If you are really into it, a vertical garden would also be a smart choice!
Overall, plants undeniably complement the architecture.
If you are keen on creating a container, you can check out our range of lightweight pots. They are great for indoor use and easy to move around. We also have a great range of high-quality planters that can fit into your project.