The idea of home reminds us of warmth, comfort and good company. But, what is the best way to soften a space and give it some warmth and natural atmosphere? We think indoor plants are a great start.
While we can’t vouch for them being good company, indoor plants play a huge role in giving life to a room and building a sense of home—and they’ll last longer than cut flowers.
Whether you’re living in a home with a lively, abundant garden or in an apartment with limited space, more and more people are striving to bring the outdoors in to make their home more homely. So, if you’re just moving in or rethinking your space, it might be time to add some indoor plants to enhance your home.
Indoor plants can even become a design feature to add interest to otherwise null spaces—try grouping smaller plants together to soften hard surfaces.
Unsure what plants might be suitable indoors? You’ll need to be looking for hardy, low maintenance plants that grow well in shady spots or in filtered light. After all, there is no such thing as indoor plants just plants that will tolerate being indoors.
If your still feeling unsure what plants will take well to your space or what types of plants are best placed where in your living room, gardening expert, Fabian Capomolla has got it covered.
In this episode of Green Space, Fabian gives us his guide and recommendations for breathing life and warmth into your living room. Covering how different sized plants sit in different spaces, as well as how to care for them and even what these new additions to your home can do for you.
Just remember, the living room is a high traffic area so keep your new housemates in places they won’t get knocked over.
Find the full list of Fabian’s favorite plants for your living room: https://www.realestate.com.au/lifestyle/the-best-plants-for-your-living-room/
Discover more awesome Green Space gardening tips and how-tos: https://www.realestate.com.au/lifestyle/outdoor-living/green-space/
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You do not need to calculate payroll premium if your policy is on a stipulated billing cycle.
Sample Payroll Report.
However, if your policy is not yet on a stipulated billing cycle, this is typically what you will see when we send you a payroll report.
A split payroll report is sent when there is an Anniversary Rating Date on your policy, which is the month and day that rates, rating plans and rating systems are initially applied to a policy in force and each annual anniversary thereafter. Your payroll will need to be annotated for each period specified.
Sample Split Payroll Report.
We will need a complete employee job description before we add the classification to the policy. Please do not report payroll in the new classification until it has been reviewed and endorsed to your policy.
Job Duties Questionnaire.
We recommend you keep a copy of your previous payroll reports and payroll records for at least seven years, as you would your tax records.
Submitting Payroll Reports.
There are three different ways to submit your payroll reports.
State Compensation Insurance Fund P.O. Box 7441 San Francisco, CA 94120-7441.
Free payroll reports.