Instyle Indoor Plant Hire is renowned for its wide range of indoor plants, pots and planters in Canberra. Our turnkey solutions – covering supply, installation and maintenance – are designed to make indoor plant hire easy. Whether you’re seeking a “green wall” or an array of floor-standing plants, the team at Instyle Indoor Plant Hire has you covered for indoor plant hire in Canberra.
Our horticultural professionals assist every new client to choose the “right” indoor plant solution, taking into account the following:-
- Plant suitability (a plant species needs to suit the application or desired client outcome).
- Location of plants (a plant must be able to survive and thrive in its physical environment).
- Décor (a plant, along with its pot or planter, needs to “blend in” or add beauty to its surroundings).
- Length of hire (we cater for both short-term and long-term indoor plant hire in Canberra).
- Client budget (we design a solution that meets the client’s budget).
At Instyle Indoor Plant Hire, we take great pride in looking after all our Canberra clients.
There’s considerable evidence to suggest that indoor plants are beneficial in workplaces and public spaces, such as shopping centres and hotels. Recent research at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) proves that indoor plants can improve Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and reduce health maladies such as Sick-Building-Syndrome (SBS).*
- Improved air quality – due to the reduction of gaseous pollutants and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
- Reduced heat and noise levels – indoor plants serve as a buffer against heat and noise.
- Greater workplace harmony – due to the calming effect that nature generally has on people (biophilia hypothesis), indoor plants can reduce stress and hostility levels.
- Improved aesthetics – indoor plants can improve the overall look of a bland or modern environment.
- Green building credentials – indoor plants contribute towards gaining a Green Star-Interiors rating from the Green Building Council of Australia (provided the right plant species are used and a Horticultural Maintenance Plan is put in place).
- Enhanced image – workplaces and public spaces that feature indoor plants and “green walls” are generally perceived as more welcoming and eco-friendly.
* To access the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) report “Indoor Plants Work,” please click here.
- Bamboo Palm
- Coned Buxus
- Cordyline Red Rubra
- Dieffenbachia (dumb cane)
- Dracaena Deremensis (corn plant)
- Dracaena ‘Janet Craig’
- Dracaena ‘Song of India’
- Golden Cane Palm
- Happy Plant
- Kentia Palm
- Parlour Palm
- Philodendron Pothos
- Red Rubia
- Sansevieria Laurentii
- Spathiphyllum Petite
- Spathiphyllum Sensation
- Standard Fig
- Zanzibar Gem