An impressive outdoor landscape is a must for your business, but no need to stop there. Adding indoor landscaping provides great benefits such as increased well-being and productivity for employees, added color and interest, and a comfortable environment for occupants. There are countless ways to add landscaping to your lobby, so here’s John Mini Distinctive Landscape’s top 5 go-tos.
Living walls are a great addition to any office. You don’t need a huge area to have one of these installed. They don’t take up space, are pleasing to look at, and improve air quality. If you wish to incorporate your company’s logo or name in the living wall, we have the skills and plants to make that happen. Add life to your walls for your visitors to admire when they enter your lobby!
Trees are a beautiful part of nature that we walk by every day. From pine trees to palm trees, they’re all pleasing to look at. So why not bring trees into your lobby? They can act as dividers, serve as art or simply exist to reduce the daily stresses of life. Some great trees for lobbies include bamboo, ficus lyrata, norfolk island pine, and many palm varieties.
Water features can be utilized in many different ways to add interest to your lobby. Whether still water or a trickling fountain, an aquatic element will infuse calm and serenity to the entrance of any building. If you go the indoor pond route, take it up a notch by adding colorful koi fish. Talk about zen!
Adding greenery to your lobby doesn’t have to mean converting the space into a jungle. If you prefer a more minimal look, consider adding a tabletop terrarium to compliment the space. These features add interest while requiring very little maintenance. The best part about terrariums is their flexibility in style, different elements can be combined to create the look that vibes with your decor. It shows you are on trend and pay attention to details.
Make a small controlled garden in your lobby with a large planter to add that missing touch to the space. Create a beautiful arrangement by mixing up the heights and textures of the plants. Depending on the size of your lobby, group a few of staggering sizes together creating a display that steals your attention.
Plants are known to be natural healers, provide cleaner air, and create an all-around better environment for both employees and visitors. Also, an impressive indoor landscape will set your company apart from your competitors. If you would like to add color, positivity, and beauty to your lobby, contact John Mini Distinctive Landscapes today. We look forward to learning about your desired project.