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Blooming Tables Turns Ordinary Furniture Into Living Works of Art

Plants are good for your health, and living furniture makes it easy to incorporate them into your home or office.

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Everyone knows plants can make your home or office more beautiful. However, the benefits of indoor gardening actually go way beyond mere aesthetics. Cultivated indoor green spaces are scientifically proven to provide numerous health and wellness benefits that can make a noticeable impact on your daily life. So if you are not surrounding yourself with greenery, you could be doing yourself a huge disservice. That being said, traditional indoor gardening is not for everyone, whether it’s because you don’t have the space, or because you just don’t have a green thumb. And if that’s the case for you, and you’d be interested in an innovative new way to incorporate plants into your home or office, you need to check out Blooming Tables.

The Benefits Of Plants, According To Science

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Believe it or not, the idea that cultivated green spaces are good for your health is not some half-baked idea cooked up by the neighbor lady who talks to her plants and swears they love Mozart. There are actually numerous scientific studies that confirm the positive impact plants can have on our health and wellness.

One study published in the Journal of Physiological Anthropology found that cultivated green spaces can reduce psychological and physiological stress and anxiety. Another smaller study found that plants can help sharpen attention and focus. And multiple studies conducted in a variety of offices and college campuses have confirmed that having plants in your workspace boosts both productivity and creativity.

So the science is pretty clear: plants are really good for you. And now, thanks to Blooming Tables, you can bring plants into your home or office with living furniture. It’s the perfect combination of beauty and functionality.

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Meet Blooming Tables

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Blooming Tables are terrarium tables that let you experience all the aesthetic and wellness benefits of plants in an entirely new way, bringing the beauty of the outdoors indoors while simultaneously turning your everyday furniture into stunning works of art. Featuring a sleek minimalist design, these incredible tables are available as desks, coffee tables, end tables, or even slim entryway tables.

So how do they work?

Blooming Tables have built-in waterproof acrylic tubs that let you plant succulents, vines, cacti, or even edible, highly nutritious microgreens. The glass tops are secured in place with UV resistant suction cups and easily removable for watering and tending to your plants. And on the bottom of each table there’s a simple valve that allows you to easily drain excess water so your plants don’t drown.

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Indoor gardens are a great way to connect to nature and beautify indoor spaces. However, if you’re looking for something more unique than old-fashioned potted plants—something more sophisticated and visually stunning that will take the decor of your home or office to another level—you need to check out Blooming Tables. They’re far more reasonably priced than you might imagine, and they could exactly what you need to create a new kind of indoor plant paradise. So click here to learn more.

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