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Living office plants

At Vantage Spaces we are experts in biophilic design and all things green, we can help you incorporate high-quality living plants into your projects and office spaces.

Our aim is to enhance your workspace design, creating a happier and healthier environment for staff, clients and visitors.


Why choose living plants for your offices & projects?

Live plants are ideal for designers looking to create an atmosphere that not only impresses clients and visitors but also encourages performance in staff. In fact, it’s been proven that living plants can bring many benefits to the workplace, such as:

Enhanced creativity

Office Plants Purification

Air purification

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Improved acoustics

Office Plants increase productivity and cognition

Increased productivity & cognition

Office Plants decrease absenteeism

Reduced absenteeism

Office plants improve wellbeing

Increased wellbeing

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Our process

Design & consultation

Whether you’re working on a new or existing space, our team can help you identify the most effective way of introducing greenery into your environment. We’ll take the time to understand your needs and what you’re looking to achieve with your space, before providing you with detailed insight into how our plants can help you from a decorative, practical and functional perspective.

Created at HQ

Once all designs & plans have been approved, our team – based right here in the UK – will get to work. Our factory space spans 11000m2, meaning we have both the capacity to house a wide selection of plants, and the capability to build custom designs with fast turnaround times.  

Ongoing care & maintenance

Once your plants are in-situ, don’t forget to look after them. As part of our consultation process, we’ll take into consideration the needs of the plants according to where they’ll be placed and the environment they’ll live in to ensure their health, avoiding any poor combinations of light (for example) and plant requirements.

However, maintenance, and knowing the exact needs of each plant, isn’t always at the top of the to-do list for those in the office. That’s why we offer ongoing care, where members of the Vantage maintenance team will visit your location(s) and keep your plants in top condition.

Most popular living plants

Devils Ivy

Scindapsus (Devil’s Ivy)

NASA found that Devil’s Ivy was one of the 10 most air-purifying plants, it’s also gained the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit. Devil’s Ivy can be identified by heart-shaped, trailing leaves with distinctive markings.

Fiddle Leaf Fig

Ficus lyrata (Fiddle leaf fig)

The Ficus lyrata is perfect for the workplace due to its large leaf style, which enhances the air purification attribute of this office plant. This plant likes light but don’t put in direct sunlight.

Office Plants Desks

Desk & workspace

Integral within the planning stage of an office environment, our team can help you plan how to add greenery that both adds to the aesthetics of your workspace, and provides function in the form of separate spaces.

Office Plants Walls

Entrance areas

Often taking the form of standalone or centrepiece plants, we can help you select the greenery that works perfectly with your existing layout. These offer stunning visuals, whilst increasing air quality, particularly helpful in high footfall entrance spaces both internally and externally.

Office Plants Corridors


Integral within the planning stage of an office environment, our team can help you plan how to add greenery that both adds to the aesthetics of your workspace, and provides function in the form of separate spaces.

Important considerations

How do you care for office plants?

Caring for live office plants isn’t always as easy as you may think, especially in a dark and concrete office with limited natural light.

Firstly, the selection of plants that will go into your environment is vital, as some may need more light than others, and some may need more maintenance than others.

Secondly, many elements may be outside of your control, making the selection even more important. Factors such as the temperature, lighting, humidity and moisture within your office environment all affect the health of living plants.

Looking after plants in an office can feel daunting, but our team of specialists can take that responsibility out of your hands so that your staff can get back to what they’re good at.

How much natural light does your plant need?

The obvious answer is that every plant requires a different amount of light, however, there are some things to look out for, for example, did you know that fluorescent lighting isn’t ideal for blooming plants?

It may be that in some cases we can recommend our excellent replica plants, particularly where the design/visual appeal of the space is integral but the light or environment doesn’t allow.