At Tangletown Gardens, the Minnesota-based IGC is big on the benefits of biophilic design. For the unaware, the goal of biophilic design is to connect people to the environment and incorporate natural elements into building spaces and customers are responding with enthusiasm.

“We like to push the boundaries of design and encourage people to step out of their comfort zone,” says Carolyn Weigel, marketing coordinator.

Take a look at some of their evergreen offerings and use these tips to remind customers about the power of nature this spring.

A variety of succulents arranged together in a sleek planter creates an eye-catching, modern centerpiece for the home.
PHOTO COURTESY OF DEAN ENGELMANN
“Biophilic design is more than just adding plants to indoor spaces. It’s a way to improve people’s mental and physical well-being,” the IGC shared in a Facebook post. Customers at Tangletown Gardens are resonating with this message, and it is clear that green design is here to stay.
PHOTO COURTESY OF CAROLYN WEIGEL
PHOTO COURTESY OF CAROLYN WEIGEL
Wreaths aren’t just for the holidays! Use feathers, leaves, twigs, branches and pinecones to create a wreath that customers can show off year-round.
PHOTO COURTESY OF CAROLYN WEIGEL
Don’t be afraid to play with different types of textures. Here, succulents mixed with wooden elements provide a nice color contrast, while also mirroring the relationship between trees and plants found in nature.
PHOTO COURTESY OF CAROLYN WEIGEL
Here, ribbon or plump succulents are incorporated into the wreath, which provides an extra bit of design flair to the wreath’s natural aesthetic.
PHOTO COURTESY OF CAROLYN WEIGEL
PHOTO COURTESY OF CAROLYN WEIGEL