The previous blog focused on how plants set the stage and tone for better living, especially living plants. Indoor spaces were touched on as benefiting from that the most, much of the time. In fact, when it comes to wise interior design, living plants often get factored in. They get top listed where gatherings and people traffic take place, public or private. As a result, including living plants with interior design is a big deal. It’s taken quite seriously by the professionals. That includes us at INSIDE PLANTS.
The Science Behind Including Living Plants With Interior Design
The model of living plants with interior design makes tons of aesthetic sense. At the same time, it includes science. INSIDE PLANTS interior designers know this. In fact, part of the science covers biophilia. You can read more about that at, People Have Natural Tendencies for Biophilia. Although in short, it means people want to connect with other living things. As a result, people naturally enjoy plants.
The science behind including living plants with interior design also centers on indoor living demands. Yes, we need to connect with other living things. And, yes we enjoy plants a lot. Although, we also need healthy home and work conditions. In fact, not many of us have outdoor jobs. Most don’t work where there’s tons of fresh air. We may think the air we breathe is okay. But, as so many of us find, even the most touted air filtration systems can miss the mark. On the other hand, living plants are the natural super heroes of air freshening.
Interior designers like us at INSIDE PLANTS factor living indoor plants in routinely. We do that with not only the most beauty but the most science in mind. In fact, including living plants with interior design comes as second nature to us. We know the benefits. We want to share our passion for them with everyone. As a result, we want our clients to get the most enjoyment out of their indoor space.