About Commercial Silk Int'l
Setting the Standard for Authentic Artificial Plants
Commercial Silk Int'l was founded in 1986 as a division of Plantscape Inc., a leading national interior landscaping firm based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Our goal has always been to produce the world's finest, most authentic artificial trees and silk plants for commercial projects. Our broad experience in the interior landscaping business has enabled us to build and install the most natural looking artificial plantscapes in the industry. Since we have all the disciplines in-house (design, manufacturing and installation) we can control the final outcome of your project. So whether you are looking for a single artificial office plant or a complete design / build, Commercial Silk International should be your first choice.
Installations Around The Globe
Our reputation as a international design \ build landscaping company is rapidly expanding, and our artificial plant and silk tree product collections continue to grow as well. Our artificial plants and trees have been installed in over fifty (50) different countries worldwide. The map below exhibits the many different countries where our artificial plant products have been installed.
2009 Best Project Award Interiorscape's 24th Annual Competition highlights our 2009 award-winning interior landscape renovation.
This year's winning interiorscape contractors, designers and suppliers exemplify creative ingenuity in answering the interests and needs of their clients.
Article: Design Inside We were recently featured in Scape Magazine, a publication for the Minnesota Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, discussing how Landscape Architects have had more involvement with interior spaces over the last few years.
While there are some design and construction similarities between interior and exterior landscapes, a considerable number of elements are unique to the indoors.
2008 Best Project Award Interiorscape's 23rd Annual Competition highlights our 2008 award-winning interior landscape renovation.
Plants are part of the plan, and that means more business for interiorscapers across the country. More building professionals understand interiorscapes are integral in making lasting impressions, and are putting their budgets behind the investments.
Article: A New Reading Texas Home & Living Magazine features a couple with contemporary taste adapting a Tuscan-style home to suit their clean-lined aesthetic.
"We needed very large plants that were very realistic looking. For example, the ceiling height in the family room is 16 feet. We wanted somewhat unusual trees and bushes, as that fit into the "unexpected" element of the interior design."