Privacy screens are used for more than just, well, privacy. Whether you need to block unsightly views with a green wall, grow your brand with a branded living wall, delineate space, or showcase your property with a vertical garden, green walls can provide just what the doctor ordered when it comes to solving any of these challenges. Adding a patio privacy screen to block visibility of a pool down below from the cafe terrace above is one such practice that has been successfully used by Marriott Irvine, for example. Another customer had Artificial Plants Unlimited design a snug lounging area by creating a casual wall garden surrounding their outdoor seating. Still another common use of green walls is as balcony privacy screens blocking lateral or lower viewer’s line of vision. Read more
For unique and modern trade show exhibit design, special event scenery, or even furthering your business’s theme conception – the choice is simple. Using artificial plants and trees – especially topiary forms – attract attention and make the biggest impact, while saving money on watering, trimming, and other maintenance associated with manicured landscaping. Here, we’ll walk you through a mock custom artificial topiary order process to show you just how easy things can be.
Standing out in a crowded marketplace is more important than ever. One great idea to help your business stand out is using artificial boxwood frames in your interior or exterior design scheme. These artificial plants have an extremely authentic look without all of the maintenance required by real plants.
Popular among creative industries, tech startups, marketing firms, and restaurants decorative sign frames made of artificial boxwood are constructed with high-quality commercial grade materials. With indoor, outdoor, and fire retardant options, businesses everywhere are finding great ways to use boxwood frames.
Simply adding a small garden or plants inside a building does not mean that you are going green. In fact, it could be the exact opposite. Live plants, especially indoors, require regular watering. Over time, this could result in the use of gallons upon gallons of water. Add the cost of maintenance and lighting to this and you can begin to see why faux plants may be a greener alternative than using real live plants. Offering more convenience and less maintenance, artificial plants are an increasingly popular choice for adding plant life in commercial and residential settings. Learn why more people are turning to faux plants and the advantages that artificial plants bring.
Interior design can set the stage for what guests think of a hotel right when they walk in the door. Old, outdated, or ill-maintained decor can give guests a bad first impression; but fresh, modern, and creative decor can give them a positive vibe before even setting foot in their rooms. Artificial plants are a fantastic addition to hotel decor. Forget the silk plants you think you know from Grandma’s house – today’s artificial plants are lifelike and high quality. Here are ways to use the best indoor plants for hospitality decorating ideas: