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artificial green wall

There’s something depressing about an unloved office reception with zero personality. Painting all four walls the same colour can exaggerate the boxy feel, so instead, create a focal point by adding a wall of botanically accurate artificial mixed plants, as here, an interesting green wall effect.
Next to the white walls, the green shades and the forest effect on the back wall lead the eye to it, creating a depth of green field. This room may be compact, but it’s far from a featureless box.

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