Business curb appeal should not be ignored. What is in the interior of your business should gently flow to the outdoors. Landscape design is an important factor in creating a positive first impression.
Curb appeal does not mean solely installing plants. Many other details make up an excellent first impression. Toule was added to the underside of the roof and a rustic trellis on the wall space.
Very earthy elements repeat the elements of the interior space.
The wall is the perfect spot for something special. A hand-made chicken wire trellis was constructed from cedar and other natural elements.
Because this is a small space, small details were addressed. The centerpiece vase was highlighted by the surrounding sea shells.
The colors used in this design were brown, cream, gold and white, with a touch of rusty red.
A no smoking sign was created with a piece of bark, gold beads, twine, moss and glue.
The sweet potato vine grows quickly, so it covered the chicken wire cone very fast.
Other plant material used were:
A glass wind chime was hung by the door for visitors to enjoy as they are walking through.
Several small details can make a giant impact. If you have a successful business on the inside, don’t you want to give the same impression on the exterior?
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