Bringing a fresh colour into your design palette is a great way of giving the same space a
completely new look. Greenery that looks just like the real deal can add a fresh feeling to any space. With so many benefits of artificial living walls, you can't go wrong with the faux greens. Artificial Greenery Decor that is happy without sunlight, great for allergy sufferers and literally requires no maintenance.
In Interior design and home decor, the colour green particularly can bring a sense of calm and tranquillity to any space. It is often associated with nature and can help to create a harmonious, relaxing atmosphere.
Moss Wall Decor:
Moss Walls are one of the most versatile and striking design elements used for the last couple of years in interior design. Did you know that the moss walls has so many great benefits, they are not just simple wall decor, they are to incorporate biophilia and connect people to nature.
“Moss walls are in essence an artistic design piece crafted using preserved moss applied to a panel or backing board used for decorative pieces in commercial and residential spaces.
Benefits of a moss wall
No maintenance Moss walls are an excellent option to bring nature indoors without the hassle of ongoing maintenance. The moss used to construct this decorative piece is preserved and therefore does not grow. Consequently, there is zero maintenance required to keep it looking fresh and healthy.
Space saving In a world where we need to learn to do more with less, moss walls shine their colours. They are an excellent addition to spaces where biophilic design is required but there is limited floor space for other elements. They are so versatile that they can be created to literally any shape or size and work wonders in small spaces or high-traffic areas that are prone to be damaged.
Whilst moss walls effectively absorb sound from a range of frequencies, they require little-to-no maintenance, making them the ideal solution for improving speech intelligibility and delivering an impactful aesthetic.
Increased productivity A study from the University of Twente, in collaboration with CBRE, discovered that plants have a quantifiable positive impact on cognition and productivity. During the study, participants were taken to a healthier work environment equipped with large plants. The outcome of the study proved to be remarkable; performance by the employees increased by up to 10% simply through connecting them to nature using biophilia.
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