You want the benefits of indoor plants, but just don’t have the floor space? Well, let’s put it on the wall! Living Green walls, also known as Living wall art, are on the rage, not only for their beauty, but because they help to reduce noise and even bring down the temperature in a room. Natural air conditioning! Being an interior plant service company, we offer a wide variety of plant related services. One of the most requested services is the installation and maintenance of Living Walls.
Turn Your Bare Walls Into Living Green Walls
Depending on location, these great pieces of art can really add to your interior. And what a conversation piece! We offer many different systems tailored to your specific location and interior design. With all the varieties of plants, to choose from, we will work with you to make your individual statement. And then, with our guaranteed plant maintenance, we will ensure that your living art will always stay beautiful!
If controlling indoor sound is a concern, and you don’t want a living wall, try a moss wall! Being that a moss wall is created from preserved mosses, they need little or no care. From pre-fab framed moss walls to custom designed moss art, Inside Plants can work with you to make sure that your design is just what you wanted.
Inside Plants designs, installs and maintains Living Green Walls in San Bernardino County and Riverside County. If you would like to see more examples of Inside Plants Living Green Wall and Moss Wall projects be sure to check out our Living Wall Portfolio.
Living Green Walls Bring a Piece of The Outdoors Inside
These days, more and more homeowners and companies are bringing a piece of the outdoors inside their homes and business establishments. How? By installing moss walls in strategic areas indoors. This fast-emerging trend is an example of biophilic design. Biophilic design is the process of designing built-up spaces with elements of nature resulting in outstanding aesthetic, practical, and therapeutic benefits.
If your home, office, or business interiors look rather cold and dry right now, you should definitely try having professionals infuse biophilic natural elements into them. One great way to do this is with a living green wall.