Christmas flower arrangements for offices
Decorating your home for the Christmas season is fun and extremely rewarding. Putting up the tree, pinning up the stockings and taking down all those Christmas decorations for the mantel bring back fond memories year after year. Many people even place a special order of Christmas flower arrangements to get into the festive mood. While you’re at home you can enjoy all those decorations and even the smells of Christmas. However, when you leave home every day to go to work, you leave everything behind.
Maybe your co-workers have unpacked the dusty old Christmas tree that’s missing a good amount of leaves and decorated it with old tinsel and other decorations. This sad little tree and its decorations that appear to have survived both world wars don’t seem to capture the spirit of the season. Since you spend so many hours every day at work, why not do something special just once a year to improve it?
Check with management
First, before starting any decoration, you should talk to your manager, boss or whoever is your superior on the staff. Make sure you don’t step on anyone’s toes or go against company guidelines. Once your boss gives you the green light, it’s time to start planning! Start small and don’t overdo it, like painting the walls in festive shades! Fresh flowers are great for decorating the office this time of year. They are not only slim but also elegant. Christmas flower arrangements are the kind of decorative element that everyone can enjoy.
The right size
When using flowers to decorate your workspace, you need to take into account the size of your workspace. While some are fortunate to have a large office with a view, others only have a limited workstation or cubicle. The size of your workspace will determine the size of Christmas flower arrangement you can choose. If, for example, your workstation doesn’t have dividers, then you need to be respectful of those around you and make sure you don’t take up their desk space. A small festive flower arrangement would be the best solution.
After carefully selecting the size that best suits your work space, you can choose real flowers. Roses, carnations and poinsettias are some of the most popular choices for Christmas flower bouquets. Be sure to include plenty of foliage as well. Not only will foliage make your arrangement more complete for a fraction of the cost, but it will also help highlight one of the season’s main colours: green!
If you are the kind of busy worker who is often so worried that you forget to change the water in your vase or potted plants, then you will be better off with artificial Christmas flower displays. Artificial flowers can be placed in a vase, placed on floral foam, or even taped around the edge of your computer monitor if you’re short on space. If you have children, you can show them pictures of things like holly, poinsettias, and mistletoe. Have them drawn and then you can cut them out and use them to decorate various parts of your desk or office. This way, when you see these Christmas artworks, you will feel the joy of the season and the love of your family at the same time.