Your main priority in setting up your WFH space was perhaps the furniture and the tech, but could you be missing a key element? We caught up with London-based plant specialists, Leaf Envy to understand the importance of introducing plants into your workspace to help increase your productivity and reduce stress.
So, what do plants offer? In 2010, a study found that offices with plants helped employees lower tension and anxiety by 37%, reduce fatigue by 38%, and decrease depressive feelings by 58%. They also naturally purify the air. Still need more reasons? They’re proven to improve your creativity by up to 15% according to a 2015 study.
‘This guy is the easiest going houseplant you are going to find.’ Leaf Envy
‘A show-stopping and hard to kill plant, who loves to bask in plenty of sunlight.’ Leaf Envy
‘A stunning houseplant plant with upright burgundy leaves.’ Leaf Envy
‘Colour-shifting velvet leaves characterise this stunning trailing plant.’ Leaf Envy
‘Easy-to-care for and eye-catching houseplant with round, flat leaves.’ Leaf Envy
Leaf Envy share their top tips:
Play around with different pots incorporating colour, texture and style to make your space individual. Groups of three work well in varying heights!
If you’re into minimal, why not place a cutting in a propagation container as a feature.
Short on space? Explore hanging a variety of plants from the ceiling in baskets and hanging pots. Grouping plants adds drama and warmth to a space.