The indoor vertical garden can breath life into your home or office. The lush ivy muse for this post is the world renowned Fred Segal in Los Angeles.
When adding its’ latest location to the LAX airport, the company brought it’s iconic ivy exterior walls indoors. Visually stunning, this look makes such an impact and is being copied in stores like West Elm from So Cal to London.
The vertical garden can be interpreted many different ways. For example, moss is a great plant to work with considering it’s heartiness, rich color and coverage like the moss walls in the images below. Moss looks great on walls, upstairs cases, on furniture, or piquing through cracks.
So you live in the city in a fabulous loft apartment, but no roof top garden is included. Bring your loft to life by bringing your garden indoors and make a statement in your space. Start by filling your feature wall with low light indoor plants. While the list of possibilities is vast, a few favorites worth mentioning are Sword Ferns and Dracaena for greens and Crotons and Peace Lilies for flowers and color. These varietals are easy to grow with little maintenance.
There are many interpretations for an indoor garden, and many can be done as a DIY project. Exploring ideas like attaching boxes or pots to the wall for small spaces, or recycling pallets for a succulent garden on a large wall are all possibilities. Want to do it yourself, but not work that hard? Well, Urbino makes these cool magnetic garden pots to design how you want with very little work involved.
For more fun indoor garden ideas and information on resources, visit the contact page on the Jigsaw Design Group website at www.jigsawdesigngroup.com. Someone will quickly contact you with more information. Please subscribe to the blog for more informative articles like these, and check out our Facebook page for more tips and images! Be sure to ‘like us’ on Facebook! Now join us on Googleplus too!