Artificial plants get realistic

Design of large and small artificial funky plant displays in modern office reception

In the past, artificial plants were definitely seen as the poor relations in terms of looks and style. But today, there is virtually no difference visually. And if you are restricted by design, layout or budget, then fake plants can be the solution.

Design of large and small artificial funky plant displays in modern office reception

For one Managing Agent in Reading, Berkshire, they wanted a welcoming planting scheme for visitors and prospective tenants alike on a cost effective budget. The plants also needed to be low maintenance and to be replicated in other office buildings.

Nature at Work designed a very realistic artificial planting scheme that would help convince new tenants and also provide an interesting and unusual reception area for visitors.

Nature at Work’s managing director, David Snell explains, “We chose a range of very realistic replica plants including Calathea, Croton Goldfinger, Lady Schefflera, Rubber and Yucca as well as smaller artificial plants for the shelving area.

The whole scheme was brought together using Fiberstone pots, a rough range of planters that come in five complementary colours – black washed, grey washed, chocolate washed, teal washed and metallic copper.

Artificial planting scheme convinces new tenants at new Reading offices