If you spend more hours at work than in your home, no wonder you hate the boring scenery of your office. Creating a working area that’s as comfy and colourful as your home does require money and time, however this does not mean you can’t design an office you’ll enjoy spending 40-plus hours in. Think office plants; they do wonders when it comes to brightening dull offices, and can even improve your concentration.
The reason for this is because nature has a significant effect on the human brain. Being in nature can be very healing, so to make the best of both worlds, plants in your office will show you how nature and work go together. Since green colour is associated with life, energy, growth, harmony, freshness and relaxation, it is not strange that plants in an office can reduce stress, increase the level of productivity and the sense of focus. Plants are natural air filters and can also improve the air quality in your office, which means there will be less time spent on sick-days as people can recover faster from an illness if there are plants around them.
According to many surveys, the best plants that can add a touch of green in your work space are: Madagascar Dragon Tree (Dracaena marginata), Yucca (Yucca elephantipes), Janet Craig (Dracaena deremensis), Jade plant (Crassula ovata) and different varieties of cactus (just keep in mind they require a lot of sunlight). All of them can act as a focal point in your work environment and are also great for your overall well-being.
Finding plants that are suited to your workspace is easy; knowing how much, how often and when to water is crucial as the last thing you want is your plants to die. What you need is a low maintenance watering option, that is, self-watering office pots. Built-in water reservoir will ensure your plants thrive (regardless of your busy schedule). Plus, with self-watering office pots you can instantly infuse your workspace with visual appeal and style.
The amazing self-watering office pots can either stand alone or be interconnected with one another in order to create bold commercial spaces. If interconnected, they can act as a boundary or dividing wall. The interconnected self-watering planters have a shared water supply through a linked reservoir that can be watered manually or via an automatic irrigation.
These cute planters with their sleek minimalist design have low maintenance watering options, specially designed for your busy lifestyle, so you will never again have to worry about forgetting to water your plants. They are perfect for growing different types of plants (even climbing or also known as wall covering plants) including fruits and vegetables.
Self-watering planters are available in different sizes, meaning they are ideal for small and big spaces alike. The bonnie, simple and modern design combined with innovative features makes these beauties the perfect solution for both indoor and outdoor use. All you need to do is water them periodically through the soil or top up the water reservoir through the fill points and you are done. If this wasn’t convincing enough and your concern is not knowing when to fill up the reservoir, there is a level indicator reminding you whenever the water level is low.