‘Nothing beats the enjoyment of decorating your home or office for the festive season, ‘one of our amazing experts shared. Putting up decorations, stringing Christmas lights inside and out and breathing Christmas cheer by adding potted delights adds character to your Christmas decorations.
With Christmas fast approaching, you will certainly be thinking about how you are going to decorate your home or office space. The artificial Christmas tree, with the same decorations you had last year, might not be so appealing this year. Why not get creative and include living plants into your Christmas theme for your office or home environment. Your colleagues and family will appreciate a brighter, healthier Christmas display.
Not all of your Christmas decorations need to be in the traditional reds and greens. You can embrace our Australian culture and still create a seasonal celebration in your business or home with plants from your very own back garden.
Many Australians looking for a living Christmas tree will purchase firs and pines. But many others will think outside the box, or out in their back garden and gather fallen eucalyptus boughs or driftwood to decorate with baubles. Ferns and fronds are also a great option, bringing lush, green vibrancy and plenty of clean air inside and most importantly they will stay alive and thriving for not only the Christmas period but for many months after, especially if you have your Christmas décor and indoor plants are installed and maintained by a professional Interior Plantscaper.
Christmas comes but once a year, thank goodness I can hear you say!! 🙂 So, if you’re not sure about what theme, what colours or more importantly how much should you invest there’s a much easier option. Interior Plantscape Association members are experienced interior plant designers and are ready to help bring some cheer to your business or home with their creative and professional Christmas designs incorporating living plants. Contact one of members now for suggestions on how to make your Christmas magical. www.interiorplantscape.asn.au