Each season welcomes new design trends that inspire us to rearrange and enhance our workspaces. While it’s fun and exciting to change up our workplace scenery, wouldn’t it be nice if we could keep some office plant designs all year round?
The construction industry is poised for a shift towards healthier building methods and design practices according to a new SmartMarket Report by Dodge Data & Analytics, in partnership with Delos.
The report sheds light on the market drivers causing large-scale shifts within the construction industry and causing a renaissance in health and wellness-focused properties.
“The increased attention to building health impacts is just beginning,” said Stephen A. Jones, Senior Director of Industry Insights at Dodge Data & Analytics in a press release discussing the report. Read More
Fall is officially here and that usually means one thing: pumpkins. Yes, pumpkins are being picked and plucked from patches across the United States, but fall’s most famous orange veggie isn’t the only thing filling up farmer’s markets this season.
With such a large influx of freshly harvested fall favorites available everywhere from roadsides stands to grocery stores, we thought we’d help introduce you to the amazingly diverse range of flavor, texture, and scent options that you are sure to encounter this season.
Regardless of your cooking ability, these seasonal vegetables are too good to pass up and should make their way to your plate this fall whether you’ve cooked them up yourself or ordered them off the menu at your favorite local restaurant. Read More
Fall is a time of change for nature and for ourselves. The leaves outside change color and the weather gets colder. Change is happening all around us this time of year, which is why fall is the perfect time for us to identify necessary changes and prepare for what is to come.
This is the time of year that we study our past successes and failures to inspire our future. Just as nature whisks away the designs of old in preparation for its new landscapes, we look at our own designs and prepare for what’s to come. Read More
Creepy flora, like Cockscomb and Dracula orchids, can give your garden and interior design a touch of the macabre. You can also awaken memories of Little Shop of Horrors with a carnivorous plant like a venus fly trap or pitcher plant.
Most people decorating for Halloween turn to the standard pumpkins and mums. Why not be a big more adventurous this year?
If you want to give your home or business a true haunted feel with various ghoulish touches, have a think about using these plants to help set the mood. Read More