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Reap what you sow: Enjoy Biophilic Benefits

Biophilia might be one of the hottest trends of 2023 but if the thought of caring for a forest of house plants fills you with dread, online retailer has you covered.

The luxury independent homeware shop has curated a collection of faux artificial plants which enjoy all the same biophilic bonuses as their real-life counterparts, but none of the upkeep.

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Brendon Haxby, co-founder of, said: “We all know there are plenty of benefits to filling your home or workplace with plants, but did you know a lot of the same benefits apply to artificial plants and flowers too.

“From boosting mood and productivity to reducing stress, faux plants can transform not only the appearance of a room but the feel too. Plus, a quick dust now and again is all that is required to keep them looking great.” has curated a collection of stunning faux plants from the likes of Woood, Light and Living and Bloomingville. All have been selected for their great looks and beautiful biophilic properties.

Beautiful Bonsai at Bloom’s selection of faux plants are available now from with prices starting at £13.

Established in 2011, combines luxury homewares with exceptional customer service to offer an online shopping experience like nothing else.

Offering carefully curated home accessories and furniture from worldwide brands that can’t be found on the high street,’s diverse collection offers designs that are fresh and inspiring with solutions for all budgets.

Whether you’re looking to transform your entire home, a single room or even your outside space,’s diverse collection will have something to suit all tastes – from classic Mid-Century inspired pieces to contemporary designs.

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