Greenhouse Apparitions – Green Interior Design
While ‘green’ technology generally refers to a renewable source of energy that our day to day lives work on, there is also a very literal interpretation for it too. Aside from wind, sun and earth, we see another form of green apparitions all over the world. The vertical garden used to be an avant garde concept, but today it has been so thoroughly and widely embraced that it is slowly becoming a phenomenon of sorts. Tall buildings with literally green faced sprout foliage of various kinds, and it is fresh rebellion against the concrete urban sprawl that has been taking over the city life for quite an age now. Vertical gardening can be done in the form of roof gardens or hydroponics – both are quite acceptable, but when it comes to interior designing a la landscape, people tend to lean more towards the hydroponics as they are more aesthetically apparent in their appeal. A vertical garden in an interior scheme needs to be carefully handled, and should be installed with all the right genre requirements – solar lights, indoor watering systems and more. It is a complex installation, but one that is definitely worth it. Keeping all this in mind, today we will be looking at a few green interior designs that might make you long for a very own indoor vertical garden.
1. Lights and fluff
This particular interior vertical garden exudes a stylish appeal that is enhanced by the use of appropriate lighting style. The vogue is undeniable, as is the visual quality and texture of the wall in the context of its location.
A close look at the wall reveals a fluffy layer of plantation that has been specifically put under the spot light of solar lighting and creates a visual effect that is refreshing and original at the same time.
If you want a more restrained and artificial green vibe then you can always go for artificial grass as means for an aesthetic uplift. Even though that makes the actual purpose of this practice quite redundant, it can also be a convenient aspect from a pragmatic point of view.
If a hydroponic vertical garden is too much of an expense for you, then there is always a way to make it more economic, cost efficient, yet still aesthetically alluring. Just look at the way the planter formation has been clustered in small pots all around the cabinet – a definite cost effective green interior experience.
This romantic take on the green apparition makes use of a vertical garden with a more tropical genre of plants and combines it with woodsy exposure to create a beautiful vibe.
However, at different angles, there are more modish styling accoutrements to this green wall, which – with their light texturing and finishes – create just as alluring a formatting as the wooden aspect did.