Hang Some Green on Your Walls With the Indoor Living Wall Planter
Looking for a creative way to adorn your bare walls? The Living Wall Planter might be an idea worth considering.
The system works as such: A white cedar frame conceals a planting grid with top and bottom trays, which each hold 84 ounces. The plant is watered through the top reservoir and it slowly trickles down through the roots in the grid, with any remaining liquid collected in the bottom tray. Hinged panels at the top and bottom allow for easy access.
This "dramatic" piece of décor was designed to house several species of greenery, ranging from succulents to ferns, although I don't know how I'd feel about a cactus hovering so closely overhead while I casually lounge on the sofa beneath. Nor would a wayward ivy poking me in the eye or wrapping around my neck make me very happy, either. However, I do feel they lend a certain feeling of rustic earthiness, and a little bit of green never hurt anyone...
You tell me, dear reader: Yea or nay for your interior decor? I'd like to hear your opinion, if you've got one.
Found via thegreenhead