It quickly became clear to me that these hedge panels would work great in home and business applications
San Marcos, CA (PRWEB) July 18, 2013
Gone are the days when people water their lawns and garden seven days a week. Some areas are even imposing water restrictions as summer temperatures soar. Smart homeowners and business owners alike are increasingly turning to UV resistant artificial hedges to decorate outside areas.
Artificial hedge panels are built using wood frames and artificial boxwood hedge mats to resemble real hedges. From a distance, people can’t even tell the difference. These hedge panels look great and require almost zero maintenance, and better yet – zero water. The panels are simple to build and don’t require many tools. Simple step by step instructional videos online teach people how to build the panels themselves.
Hollywood and New York set designers have been using artificial hedge panels to decorate television and theatre sets and the trend has caught on to landscape and interior designers. Cloe Levine, NYC set designer has used artificial boxwood hedge panels on several of her production designs. “It quickly became clear to me that these hedge panels would work great in home and business applications,” Levine said. She currently has an artificial hedge panel on the balcony of her upper east side apartment.
Artificial boxwood hedge panels, in addition to being water and maintenance free, are excellent sound barriers. Sharp, flat angles in living and outdoor spaces create echoes. The layered artificial boxwood hedge mats buffer and diffuse sound. Nosy neighbors can no longer hear every word of conversations drifting from next door.
Water and gardeners are expensive in New York. Smart business and homeowners are nipping expenses in the bud by using artificial boxwood products in lieu of fragile and expensive real plants. Online retailers are showing home owners and business owners how they can create inexpensive and long lasting hedge panels for decorative and practical use.
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