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Livingreen at Futurescape Event 2016

Comments (0)Published by Karen Sawyer on September 26 2016 03:49 in Exterior Landscaping | Floristry | General | GRP Planters | Interior Design | Interior Landscaping | Landscape Architecture
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http://futurescapeevent.com/

 

Livingreen Design are pleased to announce that we will again be taking part in the Futurescape in Surrey on the 15th November! At this year’s Futurescapes you will be able to see a vast range of our products and discuss all the possibilities with members of our Director team.

 

 

 

You will be able to see a fantastic range of artificial plants and artificial greenwalls and planters from our new catalogue, along with some of our classic products.

 


 

 

“FutureScape brings together landscape contractors (maintenance, design and build), garden designers and architects. The event has joined forces with the industry’s leading associations to promote the event to all their members.”



 

 

As with everything from Livingreen Design, all products are constructed in The UK and made to order just for you creating something truly unique for every customer. Because everything is created on site, you will be sure to be receiving the very best, value for money, product available.

 

 


 

 

Last year’s event boasted over 160 exhibitors making it the foremost event for the industry in the UK. With this year’s event set to be even bigger and better, we at Livingreen Design are raring to get going. If you would like an opportunity to see some of our newest and most innovative designs in the flesh or you would like to talk to us about your bespoke fibreglass requirements, then this is your big chance!

 


 

 

So come along and be part of this special occasion, we’re really looking forward to meeting you – it will be an impressionable day that you won’t easily forget. 

 


Plants In Office - Piece Of Art?

Comments (0)Published by Louise Scott on February 11 2014 05:47 in Floristry | General | GRP Planters | Interior Design | Interior Landscaping | Landscape Architecture
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We all know the numerous health benefits, and benefits to employers in having plants in buildings but what other benefits do they have?

 

Plants in planters really are like a work of art, like a beautiful piece of furniture, something that will be truly admired by visitors, will make clients feel like they are speaking to a successful company.


They will also cost the company much less than a beautiful piece of furniture or some fantastic piece of art.


Think about it, if you want to do a deal with a certain company and visit a few companies to discuss your requirements and one of the companies stands out, not only by the deal on the table but by the way you were treated when you visited, by the way that you saw the staff being treated, by a nice atmosphere, then, who are you going to work with going forward.

 

Look at this image, see how smart it looks, who wouldn’t want to work in an office like this? Get this image in front of every office manager, facilities manager, and house keeper you can think of and show them how beautiful plants in pots can be. 


 

 

ABOVE: Curvy Double S (CURDS01) in Key Lime Green

Curvy S Barriers - Yellow to Red

Comments (0)Published by Louise Scott on October 21 2013 05:31 in Floristry | General | GRP Planters | Interior Design | Landscape Architecture
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Great range of colours being used for the Curvy S Barriers

 

A sinuous curvaceous screen or stand alone highlight.