Vertical gardens are today a great option for both interior and exterior decoration. Plants take carbon dioxide from the air and release oxygen into the atmosphere. In addition, they also have the ability to absorb harmful volatile organic compounds, such as formaldehyde and benzene. These compounds are released by fabrics, cleaning products, and air fresheners, carpets but also by tobacco and plastic. By including a vertical garden in our interior decoration we are collaborating to make the air in our house cleaner.
This green wall next to the bathtub turns this bathroom into a real jungle.
Here we have the same idea developed in a more minimalist way thanks to this fantastic vertical moss garden.
This vertical garden arranged in stripes is a different touch for a staircase with a minimalist design.
In this large vertical garden a very interesting diagonal distribution has been created. Color and texture are the tricks that this idea plays.
This time we have opted for a design with curved lines that gives it a more organic and natural air.
Strange as it may seem here, in this huge vertical outdoor garden, only succulent plants have been used.
In the pool area a vertical garden gives us a very interesting natural touch. It is a good place to grow plants that need a humid environment.
Another example of a vertical garden by the pool. The chairs create a small seating area that is very refreshing.
For a hall or hallway it is also a good idea to install a vertical garden. Here is an example of this.
The living room is also a good place for it. Especially when it has magnificent natural lighting as in this case.
Taking advantage of the particularity of each room is essential to install and succeed with a vertical garden. This is what has been done in this glazed roof penthouse.
We see here a good example of the interaction of vertical gardens with the architecture of the house itself with this magnificent green corner.
If the garden is not very big but the walls are high, you already have what you need to expand it.
This television could not have better company. It is not worth even turning it on. Just looking at the plants is enough.
A green garden can also be installed on a patio or terrace. Our outdoor living area could not be better equipped.
Plants are always a great company. Both inside and outside the home. This vertical framed garden makes us forget the wooden fence.
In the dining room we can also include a vertical garden although it is not as splendid as this green wall.
Here we have a smaller version but not for that less beautiful.
Even in the bedroom we can include a vertical garden. After all, it is the place where we spend the most hours. And clean air will do us good.
Plants are also very good companions when it comes to working. So installing a vertical garden in our office will be a great idea.
Vertical gardens installed on wooden fences help give it a more natural air if possible. Plants and wood always match well.