Believe it or not, your work area affects your overall work mood. And you don’t want your space to look boring, right? While a major desk dress-up can take time and effort, you can start by adding some greenery to your tabletop. Yes, we mean indoor plants. Not only do they serve as decoration, most of them have additional benefits, like removing dusts from the air so you’ll feel clean and energized at work.
Take a look at these desk-friendly plants that will add character to your tabletop:
Not only do spider plants serve as decoration, these lively greens also clean the air indoors! Choose the smaller type for a subtle look, and boost your productivity with a dust-free working space.
Snake plants are for those who like it simple and straightforward. These low-maintenance plants are fierce-looking, they’ll inspire you to rock that presentation you’ve been working on.
Peace lily is a cubicle-friendly plant whose white-seed heads look like attractive flowers. This low-maintenance plant adds classiness to your workspace, and that’s enough reason to purchase one.
While most plantheads are already okay with a bit of green on their tabletops, some would love to have a little more color. And that’s where bromeliads come in. Make a colorful statement on your desk with these flowering plants and be energized by their posh look.
Probably the most common among the bunch, the cactus has that unique charm that makes you want to stare at it all day. There’s a wide array of cacti for you to choose from; choose one that matches your personality.
Succulent plants have thick parts that retain water–just don’t tear out a leaf and drink it. Choose a pretty pot for these little shrubs to make your desk an eye-candy.
Mini Bonsai Trees
Bonsai types may look a bit tito/tita, but they can be very calming. There are a lot of bonsai designs to choose from, so that leaves a lot of room for imagination.
Air plants are the perfect choice for creative minds; you can come up with a variety of design ideas to hold these little babies! Whether you want them hung, or inside a clear, glass pot, they will surely brighten up your work area.
Which indoor plant best suites your taste? Tell us in the comments section below!