Styling my new home has made me rethink what I want here. I have downsized a lot of furniture, bought classic pieces that will stand the test of time and decluttered.
All around my old house I had trinkets and fake plants etc. I am however now loving the cleaner streamline look of less is more.
I was delighted to be introduced to Floately, a company that specialises in floating bonsai trees. What kind of magic is this!
AIRSAI looks very calming and helps create a light atmosphere inside your home or any space. With AIRSAI’s spinning technology, your plants will be nourished with 360 degrees of sunlight exposure, allowing them to grow straighter and healthier, all while floating mid-air.
There are 4 designs available which all rotate mid air. The plant hovers above the wooden plinth and turns 360 degrees meaning they stay happier, healthier and stronger.
I am a huge lover of zen and find this totally relaxing to sit and watch too. Meditating in a house with children is a struggle at times, having this floating bonsai to focus on helps to calm and centre me.
The girls absolutely adore the ‘magic’ of floating plants too. They are huge Harry Potter fans and what could be more magical than plants that float in the air.
We aren’t allowed pets in our new home so the fish are living with my grandchildren. These Airsai floating bonsai bring life once again to our home and personally anything that can hold the girls attention for more than five minutes is a sure fire winner in my book.
Go take a look at all the magical floating bonsai and plants Floately have available.
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