Updated: 2019-09-10 Views: 64
House plants improve air quality by naturally converting carbon dioxide into oxygen. They filter？out toxins that？accumulate in stagnant air (such as formaldehyde)， which are released？by synthetic building materials. As if cleaning your air wasn’t enough， indoor plants also boost your mood， reduce your stress and increase productivity and creativity –？hello， best friends.
Plusaccent pillow case baby boudoir，？plants are super therapeutic to care for.？No matter which？plant you pick， adding them to your space – and your morning routine – is well worthwhile. While your cup of coffee？brews，？give your plant a quick once over. Monitor it for signs of growth and general well-being， and then reflect on your own. Meditate on its natural beauty， breathing deeply and appreciating the clean air it provides. Give it a little water and remind yourself to hydrate this morning. Acknowledge your gratitude for its life and yours. Admire it. Let it make you happy.custom gifts for dad
Did we mention plants are？great listeners？ A？plant companion will？make your morning a little better. Get out all of your aggression about that know-it-all co-worker？before you get to the office – then arrive to work happier and healthier.
Whether you’re an early riser or someone who hits the snooze button six？times， we promise there’s a plant for you. Read on to find？the perfect plant to complement your morning routine， care of indoor plant experts，？The Sill.
If hitting the snooze button repeatedly， pulling the？sheets？over your head and contemplating quitting your job for an？extra hour of sleep sound familiar， consider a snake plant or a ZZ plant. These plants？thrive even when？neglected and tolerate？dim light better？than most houseplants –？so go ahead， keep those blackout blinds drawn？and sleep in until the last second. Your snake plant will be fine.
If you’re someone who wakes up with the first rays of sunshine， place a stately bird of paradise or fiddle leaf fig tree beside？your bedroom window. Either？requires a few hours of bright light？to thrive， along with a weekly watering. So throw open those curtains.
Maybe you’re an early bird， but your apartment is low on natural light. Or you’re up and out well before the sun. If one of these is？true for you，？try a fern. The bird’s nest fern and staghorn fern are two of our favorites. Both require a morning watering at least once a week (but if your fern is looking crispy， water it more frequently).
PS. All the plants mentioned above are available on？thesill.com？and at？The Sill Shop？in NYC.
With Mother’s day just around the corner we though it would be a great time to share this hand pint flower craft with you which doubles up as a nice Mother’s day card too!
Whether you’re looking for traditional anniversary gifts or you’d prefer something more avant-garde, you’re sure to find the perfect item to say “congratulations” to the happy couple as they celebrate their years together. From simple to exquisite, you can choose personalized, handcrafted, or whimsical gifts. Something to suit everyone’s taste, all at moderate price points.
We love Betsy Skagen’s off-the-wall cards she made by combining vintage photos with hilarious captions a la MikWright or Anne Taintor. If you don’t have family photos of your own to use, you can find plenty of free downloads online or pick up some originals at your local antique store, flea market or charity shop.