The Silk Revolution
Decorative silk botanicals can liven up your space—without the hassles of live plants
After many weeks of being inside and growing tired of our interiors, homeowners are enlisting the help of designers to spruce up our spaces. One simple way designers achieve this is by adding a single statement piece, such as a silk tree, plant or floral arrangement.
High-quality silk botanicals can look and feel like real plants—with lush greenery, bright colors and organic textures—but offer a low-maintenance, cost-effective and allergy-free alternative.
Large leaves are very popular, such as Schefflera and Fiddle Leaf.
Linear shapes fill in empty spaces, and offer a fun alternative to traditional trees.
Floral arrangements and succulents are always great options to freshen up a space, and will last for many years to come with very minimal maintenance.
Just by adding beautiful foliage and flowers to your home, you can give your interiors (and your mood) the extra boost it may need this summer.
Howard Lunger is the owner of Beck’s Silk Plant, a custom assembler and wholesaler offering the highest quality artificial trees, plants, and floral arrangements. View their profile or contact Susy at 303-934-3949.
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