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Decorate Your Office Desk With These Plants For Good Vibes

Looking for some good vibes in an office full of stress? Place these plants on your office desk and see the magic.
Published -18 May 2022, 15:03 ISTUpdated -18 May 2022, 15:18 IST
  • Lakshita Singh
  • Editorial
  • Published -18 May 2022, 15:03 ISTUpdated -18 May 2022, 15:18 IST
Office Desk Decoration plants

Many of us are still trying to adjust to the rapid changes, as most offices have gone from online to offline. Work-from-home was comparatively more comfortable, wasn't it? The stress also didn't feel that way. 

However, even if your job has gone offline and you have to go to work every day, if you manage your work well and create a positive environment for yourself, you will feel less stressed, which will also keep your mood uplifted.

To create a positive environment, you need to set your desk first because it is probably  where you will spend the majority of your day. What better way to decorate your office desk than with plants? Some indoor plants not only look pretty, but they can also help you cope with stress by creating a positive environment and good vibes.

Take a look at some of the desk plants you can keep on your desk to help you create a more happy and positive environment.

1. Devil's Ivy

devils eye plant for office

Devil's Ivy, also known as Pothos plants, is a beautiful evergreen wine that radiates freshness. These plants can grow elegantly anyplace and can be kept on shelves, cubicle corners, desks, and other places.

These plants have large, heart-shaped leaves that come in variety of light and dark colours. These indoor plants are also easy to care for, making them a good plant for your desk.

2. Peace Lily

peace lily office plant

Peace Lilies are another low-maintenance plant that can make a lovely addition to your workplace desk. Just like its beautiful name, the plant  can provide you with all the beautiful good vibes you need to get through your tough day.

These plants are perfect for the dark corners of your office, however, they can look beautiful anywhere. These plants are known for enhancing indoor air quality, and the best part is that they can flourish in low light too and require little water.

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2. Spider Plant

The spider plant is a wonderful desk plant that improves indoor air quality and is simple to grow. They can thrive in almost any setting and require little attention. They can help keep allergies at bay while also making your home look more green.

Artificial light sources, like as fluorescent and LED lights, can help them live in the absence of natural sunlight also.

4. Lucky Bamboo Plant

Lucky Bamboo Plant office decoration

Bamboo plants, also known as lucky bamboo, are a charming plant that is thought to bring great luck, as the name says. This plant has traditionally been linked with wealth and fortune, and is perfect for your workplace desk. 

Bamboo plants are extremely low maintenance plants with tough stalks that can thrive in vases of pure water or soil, as well as a wide range of light conditions.

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5. Jade Plant

jade plant office decoration

Jade plants are a popular succulent houseplant with fleshy, oval-shaped leaves and thick, woody stems that resemble tiny tree trunks. These evergreen plants are pretty to look at, and being surrounded by them can provide a sense of freshness and positivity.

According to Feng Shui, jade plants are considered to attract fortune and prosperity.

Office desks are the place where you spend most of your time, so they better be pretty and comfy. So, get your desk some plants so that they can cheer you up even on the most stressful days in office.

I hope you found this story helpful. Which plant are you getting for your office? Share your thoughts with us by commenting on our Facebook page.

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