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Dallas Interior Plants and flowers definitely help strengthen and project a certain image of a building, whether a commercial high-rise or residential home, and Dallas Building Managers know this!
To attract a certain clientele, newer or restored commercial buildings may focus on a more modern and clean look with a “interiorscape” filled with contemporary green or decorative Dallas interior plants in customized containers. Other real-estate or building managers may opt for a more traditional style with tropical plants and pots and many also choose to create a containerized patio or indoor garden.
What is interesting is that commercial buildings and structures are being increasingly designed with plants as decorative and architectural elements in common areas such as the lobbies, lounges, malls, hallways, restaurants, and elevator landings. Owners and building managers learned a number of years ago that people like to be around plants and flowers, and that green foliage promotes well-being, and many of them now commission architects to landscape their buildings to cater to our spirit, inducing us to frequent their projects and lease from them.
Interior plants and flowers have also become an important element in determining the commercial value of public buildings. Add the elements of studies that have shown improved work efficiency and tenant health maintenance from live office plants, and they may serve as key ingredients in defensive strategies to ward off office tenant litigation, and may even minimize many of the problems of absenteeism, also called “sick building syndrome”, and other “building related illnesses”.
The use of plants and fresh flowers to project an image or certain “feel” is especially evident in the retail industry. Retailers have long understood the important of a store’s environment as part of enhancing the shopping experience. This behavior also carries over to the area that surrounds the shop or office. A mall or retail district with landscaping and interior plants included as part of the environment, generally have more retail activity than “non-tree” environments. Customers visit more frequently, stay longer, rate the quality of the products higher, and are willing to pay more for the goods in those stores.
Unfortunately, there is a widespread use of artificial decorative plants, in office settings and commercial buildings. Silk or other artificial plants and flowers not only lack the air purification properties of real plants, but make the problem worse, for they contain many pollutants that are gassed-off to the surrounding air.
Southern Botanical in Dallas, Texas works with many architects, owners and building managers in the selection of suitable interior plants depending on critical factors, such as light, temperature, humidity, and traffic patterns within the interior space. It is important to choose materials that will best achieve the design objective unique to each client’s needs and the building or home, but it is equally important to also create an interior landscape with the right variety, texture, quality, and quantity of plants and containers.
Southern Botanical Interiors offers a wide assortment of high quality acclimated and decorative flowers and plants, including hard-to-find plant and orchid varieties to its Dallas, Texas customers. The plants are sourced directly from growers in California and Florida, and all our staff understands the needs of plants and can supply you with proper design and layout, specifications, and environmental planning to ensure desired results.
If you are a Dallas Building Manager, owner, or work for a company that needs a greener environment, contact us today to schedule a no-cost consultation!!
Southern Botanical provides high quality indoor plants and outdoor landscape and irrigation installation and maintenance services in the DFW area. We are the one vendor for your complete interior and exterior horticultural décor.
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