The living wall is the latest wall decoration trend. It is a great way of adding a slice of greenery to your home with a vertical garden. You can use it for freshening up your indoor living space and also as a part of your yard or patio. As you can easily build a living wall on your own, it is an inexpensive idea for decorating your home. Here is an awesome collection of living wall ideas that you can do yourself.
Here Are 5 Remarkably Easy Ideas For Creating DIY Living Walls:
Wall Mounted Succulent Letter
For this project you will need wooden letter or number frames, moss and small succulents. Fill the letter frame with moss and plant the succulents. Leave the frame in a horizontal position for several months to allow the plants to grow. Nail the succulent letter to the wall and you will get a refreshing green living wall decor.
Wall Mounted Mason Jar Planter
Here is an interesting living wall idea for your kitchen. In addition to beautifying the wall, this vertical herb garden with supply you your essential culinary herbs. With clamps, mount mason jars on the wall. Fill the jar with soil and plant your favorite herbs.
This is a stunning living wall art that you can hang on the wall of your living room. Take a large picture frame and remove the glass. Attach a shadow box to the back of the frame. Tuck a hardware cloth into the frame and add plywood backing. Add potting soil on the hardware cloth. Plant the succulent cuttings and arrange them in different patterns. Leave the frame in a horizontal position for several weeks to allow the plants to grow. You will get a stunning succulent picture.
Succulent wreath adds color to your living room. Moreover, with right care, the wreath stays alive for months. The process of creating the succulent wreath is almost same as building the other aforementioned living wall arts. You will need a wreath frame, fishing wire, paperclips, moss and succulents for building the wreath.
You can create a gorgeous living wall for your patio or yard by re purposing shipping pallets. Attach fabric bags to the pallets and fill the bags with potting soil. Plant a variety of plants. Leave the pallet garden in the horizontal position for a few weeks to establish the young plants. After a few weeks lift up the pallet garden and lean it against the wall.