Bring a Little Green Inside
If you work in an office most of the day, chances are you don’t get to spend hours outside on a gorgeous day. Even as a work at home Mom, I can feel boxed in and bored even, stuck in my office! But then an idea hit me: what if I bring a little green inside? Let me explain.
I’m afraid I don’t have a very green thumb. In fact, my kids tease me that my thumb is black, as I tend to kill plants. How I raised 7 children to adulthood was easier than keeping my garden alive apparently!
I love flowers and trees though, but between the poor black thumb and being in my office for a lot of daylight hours, I wasn’t sure how to solve this problem. Then I was contacted by a company that sells silk trees and flowers, and I thought the timing was perfect!
I ordered a 4 foot Bamboo Tree to get started from Commercial Silk International. It comes already in a pot, requires a light dusting now and then, and the branches can even be bent/arranged to my liking. It came in a long box wrapped in plastic but in very good shape. I had it unpacked and setup within minutes.
I get that it’s not a real tree and it’ll never change colors or get flowers, but it’s a start! The company even sells realistic silk plants with flowers, whether I want to decorate the entry way of my office, make an arrangement for my desk in a vase, or spruce up my meeting space for clients.
But they have another branch of business meant for commercial offices too, with larger spaces to fill than just my home office, called Commercial Silk International. They offer artificial plants for landscaping and decorating, including hedges, topiary, palm trees and more! You can check out their entire catalog and even get your order started online.
So whether you’re decorating your home office and need to bring a little green inside, or looking to decorate on a larger scale, they have all of your artificial plant needs covered.
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