A waiting room can become an opportunity to promote any business, showing a little more about the company and its services to current or potential customers who are waiting in it.
In any public space, the first impression when entering is very important and the same happens with offices and work centers. For this reason it is essential to create a comfortable and visually attractive waiting room, so that all those who use it can have a positive perception of the company from the first moment.
The purpose of these rooms, as the name suggests, is to create a comfortable space where visitors can wait a certain time before being received. Normally nobody likes to wait too much, especially if they are uncomfortable, so we must work to create a pleasant climate, using modern and comfortable furniture and also taking care of the small details.
To add a special touch to this space, decoration is very important. It is a good idea to add other elements to the essential furniture such as lamps, some sheet on the wall and of course, also some plants.
It is known that flowers and plants in offices and workplaces have many benefits: they reduce stress, enhance creativity, improve mood, purify the environment and generally improve productivity.
With a good distribution of plants we can create very original spaces full of personality. Plants give a touch of color and freshness to any interior and help us to separate environments or complement those less aesthetic corners.
In addition to its decorative attributes, plants are a guarantee of good health: they help reduce blood pressure levels, contributing to well-being and serenity. They also reduce the amount of environmental dust and maintain the humidity level, ideal in environments with heating or air conditioning. Finally they muffle noise, thus reducing noise pollution.
Depending on the space, temperature and lighting of the waiting room you must choose one plant or another, and take into account the qualities of each. Some of the most used are: the Sansevieira due to its resistance, the Kentia for its elegant and tropical aesthetic, and the Cactus or Succulents, which absorb electromagnetic radiation.