Inleaf has explained how it put the finishing touches to Tilemaster Adhesives’ newly-refurbished headquarters.
The office in Leyland, Lancashire, was looking fresh and clean after it was renovated with a crisp white and grey colour scheme. But the team at Tilemaster Adhesives decided the workspace could do with a touch of greenery.
When Inleaf heard about the project, it set to work gathering an array of plants and storage pots to enhance the space. The B2B franchise used several matte white and grey planters to match the office’s walls and furniture, filled with plants of all shapes and sizes.
First, Inleaf employees placed Sansevieria plants in white partition troughs around the office, under windows and against walls. Running along the grey corridor leading into the business’s headquarters, they installed space-saving moss frames. These clever products can survive without natural light, and only need dusting when it comes to maintenance.
The General Manager’s office was allocated a spiky desktop plant with orange tips, sat in an orange planter to reflect the company’s green and orange branding. And Inleaf introduced tall Howea palms in the boardroom, as well as smaller tabletop containers with preserved reindeer moss.
Tilemaster Adhesives wanted to make sure its entire team was happy with the final result, so it consulted employees on their preferred plant choices before lockdown. Staff requested Ficus Lyrata for the meeting room, after spotting the attractive plant on the Inleaf website. Now, the whole workforce will be able to enjoy the brand-new office design as soon as they return to the office.
Inleaf is happy to report Tilemaster Adhesives is pleased with the finished office design, and hope to be able to get involved with their next installation at another site.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©