WHY STEEL AND PLANTS ARE THE PERFECT PARTNERSHIP FOR INDOOR ESCAPISM

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WHY STEEL AND PLANTS ARE THE PERFECT PARTNERSHIP FOR INDOOR ESCAPISM

The daily grind can leave us feeling removed from the natural world around us. Whilst we might not always be able to get out into the great outdoors, we can capture its calming influence for our indoor spaces. Studies have proven that incorporating a combination of plants and light in our homes, offices, hotels and restaurants create a happier, healthier environment.

Whilst we can all appreciate the beauty and benefits house plants offer, we aren’t all as green fingered as we might like! Where vibrant, healthy plants offer a burst of life to the room they occupy; dishevelled and neglected plants have the opposite effect.

As an interior designer, I love using plants to style a room. Their variety of space and colour allow me to artfully display the plants and intensify a room’s unique look. Be aware though – if you want to keep your plants alive you need to give them natural light!

How much light do indoor plants need?

It is essential to understand that each plant will have its own unique care routine. However, one universally required element for optimal plant health is light exposure. METALFORM’s sleek partitions, windows and doors offer your space both floods of light AND a historically influenced piece of aesthetically pleasing design, in one sustainable package.

The installation of steel and glass partitions, windows and doors allow light to naturally flow through and open up your space; whilst the energy efficient thermally broken steel frames regulate your environment, protecting you and your plants from the harsher elements.

Contemporary and minimalistic style fans will inevitably fall for METALFORM’s innovative solutions, whilst interior design enthusiasts will relish the freedom and flexibility their bespoke design process offers…. Your plants will thank you too! So, get creative and start dreaming up your next interior design project.

Leon