three houseplants on chest of drawers with five succulents on a shelf above

Going green for Lockdown 2.0

Surrounding yourself with gorgeous greenery is guaranteed to lift your spirits if you need a pick me up at the moment. Houseplants are actually known to boost your mood, purify the air and even help you concentrate. They look pretty fab too. So as we are heading into Winter during this lockdown, bringing the outdoors…

How to bring the outside in with your interior design scheme

Written by Guest Author: MissPrint. Leading British design studio, MissPrint is here to talk about bringing the outdoors in through interiors. Renowned for their unique, beautifully bold collection of eco wallpaper, each design from MissPrint is illustrated by hand and printed in the UK to capture their signature style and identity. This guest blog by…

Group of three air purifying plants - Snakey Sansevieria, Sansevieria Punk and Ficus Benjamina

A guide to the best plants for your office

2020 has been an eventful year. The lockdown and restrictions have resulted in more people working from home than ever before. As offices have slowly started to reopen, there are opportunities to make the most of your working space while still maintaining social distancing. Houseplants are great fillers of space and can be used as…

cat in front of a PlantBox living wall set of 5 troughs with houseplants

Go Green – Go Vertical

Turn your home green inside and out with our super easy, stylish and clever Living Walls developed by the wonderful team at PlantBox.

The trend for Botanical prints

Obviously we can’t get enough of the growing trend for all things green and botanical themed. This isn’t a new trend it has actually been growing on a very steep upward climb for the last 3 years. But the amount of amazing products available for us to buy with some stunning botanical designs has really…

Which plant goes where?

This is a question we hear a lot at The Little Botanical. Along with, “I always kill plants” and “how do I keep it alive”. So we thought it would be a good idea to try and answer some of these concerns you all have! The first question regarding where a plant should be positioned…