What does five years worth of vine growth in an office look like? It looks like a whole wall and ceiling of mood lifting, air filtering, green awesomeness.
We've talked about using plants to boost air quality, and most people would agree that having a thriving plant or two is a nice way to bring some of the outdoors into a dull office. Lifehacker reader Mark Charneski has been growing philodendrons and hoyas for five years off the sill of his office window. They've spread over the window and up across the ceiling to create quite an office accessory. In addition to aforementioned benefits of having plants growing in your office one of Mark's favourite things about them is the way they filter the bright morning sun without the need for blinds. Mark took a government office, not usually a place known for unconventional things or personalisation, and really added a beautiful and functional element to it. Great work Mark! For more pictures of his office and copious notes on his setup check out the link below.
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