If you love the lush look of plants but don't think you have the room, take inspiration from designer Faith Blakeney's transformation of an industrial office space in Los Angeles. Wanting to bring a touch of nature indoors but not willing to sacrifice valuable floor space to make it happen, Faith turned to vertical planters for the solution. A narrow swath of wall was outfitted with multiple plastic Wooly Planter pockets ($27 each) and planted with a variety of indoor foliage. The effect is that of a lush garden canopy welcoming employees to an indoor refuge. The garden wall does double (triple?) duty by offering some privacy for the mezzanine level, making it the perfect place to hold important meetings. We also love Faith's idea of using green paint on the walls to continue the verdant effect of the plants. Tell us, does this project inspire you to create your own indoor garden?
Source: Wooly Pocket
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