Nothing uplifts a home like beautiful greenery. That is why we are huge fans of moss walls. They are easy to grow, but if you have a black thumb, there are plenty of faux and even naturally preserved options perfect for getting your green on. Ready to learn more? We gathered our favorites examples for enlivening for home.
Here are 17 stylish moss walls for any room in your abode.
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Preserved Moss Wall
Just because you are not very good at keeping plants alive does not mean you cannot have natural greenery in your space. Case in point, this preserved moss wall panel spotted on the U.K. site PlantCare. It is genuine and sustainably grown moss that is preserved thanks to natural glycerin and dyes. The result is a one-of-a-kind piece of plant art that only you will know is not living.Continue to 2 of 17 below.
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Steamy Bathroom Moss Wall
Moss walls are ideal for bathrooms because they soak up the water from steam. San Francisco, California-based architectural firm, Siol, created this primary bathroom that not only facilitates the homeowner's daily needs but also satisfies the craving for gorgeous natural greenery.
About This Term: Primary Bathroom
Many real estate associations, including the National Association of Home Builders, have classified the term "Master Bedroom" (or "Master Bathroom") as discriminatory. "Primary Bedroom" is the name now widely used among the real estate community and better reflects the purpose of the room.
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Moss Walls in a New York City Kitchen
In this New York City apartment, bricked windows conceal an unattractive view, and become a fetching focal point courtesy of two moss wall panels by Artisan Moss. Artisan Moss is situated in California. Erin Kinsey, the owner of the company, refers to her work as plant paintings and after a good look, it is easy to understand why.
Because Kinsey's creations are natural plants that have been preserved they do not require sunlight or water and even better don’t attract bugs. Another good to know if you have outdoor allergies moss walls like this one do not produce spores or pollen.Continue to 4 of 17 below.
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A Work of Botanical Art
The living wall designers at Verti Grow situated in London, England designed this stunning creation for a small condo. The preserved piece of botanical wall art enlivens the main living area. And best of all, because the moss is no longer living yet free from decay, it requires no watering.Continue to 6 of 17 below.
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Stunning Vertical Garden
If your home lacks a beautiful view, you can create one with a stunning backyard garden wall that features moss and leafy plants. Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders situated in northern California did just that for this historic home in the Cow Hollow neighborhood. Now every single window facing the small outdoor space has a lovely view.Continue to 7 of 17 below.
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Maintenance-Free Preserved Moss Wall
This gorgeous moss wall by the plant designers at New Jersey-based Flowerbox is 100 percent maintenance free. The design uses natural and beautifully preserved greenery to create a one-of-a-kind vertical garden.Continue to 9 of 17 below.
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Moss Wall Paired With Stacked Stone Veneer
You can get mighty creative with a moss wall. This glorious wall for instance by Verti Grow includes a few ferns and decorative branches for added visual interest. We also love the idea of pairing a vertical garden with a stacked stone veneer wall as shown. The lovely mix of natural textures is undoubtedly eye-catching.Continue to 10 of 17 below.
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Moss Wall Room Divider in a Bathroom
Here is another lovely living moss wall in an English townhouse. The bathroom was designed and renovated by Stephen Fletcher Architects.Continue to 14 of 17 below.
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Moss Wall in a Black Living Room
San Diego, California-based Good Earth Plant Company installed the moss wall in this black living room. The greenery is preserved lichen sustainably harvested in the Netherlands before being assembled in France via a government-funded program that provides jobs to autistic workers. Panels like these come in nine different colors, which all use non-toxic food coloring.Continue to 15 of 17 below.
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Moss Wall Panel With Hot Pink Accents
We mentioned earlier that moss could be dyed in a range of different colors using natural and non-toxic colorants. The botanical masterpiece in this living room is by Planted Design out of Emeryville, California. The company specializes in creating maintenance-free plant creations for people who do not have the skills or time to keep their greenery alive or healthy. The wall panel designed for this open concept home combines natural greenery with moss that was dyed hot pink.Continue to 17 of 17 below.
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Faux Living Wall
Emma Chapman, one of the bloggers behind A Beautiful Mess created this faux living wall for her home office. While she used fake grass to create the illusion of moss, you can find faux moss at most craft stores. For the record, she purchased all of her artificial greenery at Michaels.