Do you feel that your home is too plain or drab? Are you looking for ways to add color to your home? Or maybe you just feel like switching things up. Well, one of the easiest ways to do so is to add a moss wall. Adding greenery to your home not only brightens it up, but moss walls are probably one of the lowest maintenance plants. What’s more, if you aren’t interested in caring for and maintaining a live moss wall, there are many faux moss wall options for you to choose from. So, if this piques your interest, keep reading to find out moss wall ideas you can implement in your own home!
Preserved moss wall
If you doubt your gardening ability or are hopeless at caring for plants, don’t worry! This doesn’t mean you won’t be able to enjoy the luscious greenery in your home. Enter — preserved moss walls. Preserved moss walls look like the real deal, but they don’t require care or maintenance at all. Most preserved moss walls contain dyes and glycerin which ensures that your moss wall remains lush and beautiful with absolutely no care required at all.
Steamy Bathroom Moss Wall
Who says plants should be reserved for the living room or bedroom? In fact, moss walls are a great addition to your bathroom as they help to absorb excess steam and moisture. Besides being practical, having a moss wall in your bathroom will undoubtedly make it super stylish and chic as well.
Moss walls in the kitchen
We’ve mentioned the bathroom, but moss walls can be added to every area of the house, even the kitchen! If you live in an apartment, a moss wall will make a great addition to your kitchen as it can be used in place of paintings. What’s more, if you have a window that faces your neighbor’s apartment, or the street, moss walls can even be used to cover up views you prefer not to see! If you’re thinking of adding a moss wall to your kitchen, consider getting preserved ones that do not require any water or sunlight. Also, if you have a plant allergy, faux moss walls are perfect for you.
Complement your moss wall with this table base that has intricate leaves and vines carved out. If you’re going for an indoor garden style, a piece like this will definitely stand out!
In a sleek Glacier White color, this 10.1-inch HD screen is ideal for those constantly on the go, even at home. This screen follows you wherever you go so that you can cook or do video calls.
A multi-purpose plant stand with spacious shelves, this is perfect if you want more luscious greenery in your house. It is manufactured from White Powder Coated Metal and easy to maintain.
Dramatic moss walls in the dining room
If you’re into rustic interior design, then you should definitely consider adding a moss wall to your dining room. Having a floor-to-ceiling moss wall adds just the right amount of vibrancy and chicness to any home. What’s more, if you have wooden furnishing, having a moss wall will compliment your furniture beautifully.
A work of botanical art
Who said moss walls can’t be artistic? Nowadays, many people are opting for botanical art to add greenery to their homes instead of traditional oil paintings or photographs. If you’re not into conventional home decor then having up some wall art made of preserved moss is perfect for adding a bit of flair and uniqueness to your home!
Stunning vertical garden
Just because your house didn’t come with amazing landscaping doesn’t mean it has to remain that way! Creating your own beautiful garden is now easier than ever with moss walls. To add even more greenery, consider adding hanging plants to your moss wall. Now, whenever you look out into your garden, you’ll be able to enjoy a splendid view!
Trendy condo with a vertical moss garden
Vertical moss gardens aren’t limited to those living on landed properties, or those who have gardens. If you live in an apartment, you too can enjoy your own vertical moss garden by installing live moss wall panels in the walls of your home. We recommend installing your vertical moss garden in your bathroom. This is because the moisture and humidity in your bathroom will provide the moss with the water and nutrients it needs to thrive.
Maintenance-free preserved moss wall
Though we’re fans of vertical moss gardens made of live plants, you can also opt for preserved moss panels that require no care and maintenance. This kind of moss wall panels can also be hung up anywhere in the house as they don’t require watering or sunlight.
Moss wall paired with stacked stone veneer
Another way to spice up the usual moss wall is to play around with textures and colors. Adding hanging plants with branches and stems to your moss wall is a great way to add contrasting colors and textures. This will make your moss wall look much more eye-catching and vibrant. What’s more, if you have exposed brick or stone veneer walls, install a moss wall on top of it will look absolutely beautiful.
For areas in your house without a moss wall, you can still have elements of nature and greenery with the right wallpaper. Check out this palm jungle forest one that is sure to add a sense of tranquillity.
Incorporate more elements of nature into your house with this rustic cabinet that is adorned with bird prints. It is made with solid and manufactured wood and has plenty of storage space for your things.
Neutral Bedroom with moss wall panels
If your bedroom follows a neutral color scheme and features wood furnishings and accents, adding a moss wall will definitely complement it perfectly. In addition, pairing luscious greenery with wooden furniture is a great way to make your bedroom much more warm and cozy.
Storage unit with moss panels
Who says storage units have to be fully functional? An easy and simple way to make your boring old cabinets or storage units more aesthetic-looking is to add moss panels to them! Adding moss panels not only gives these pieces of furniture a pop of color, but it also helps to brighten up the entire room.
Moss wall in a black living room
Last but not least, if you’re living room is predominantly black, then having a moss wall is an excellent way to add contrasting colors. This will also make your living room look extremely chic and modern.
With that, we’ve come to the end of our list of the top moss wall ideas for your home. Not only are moss walls incredibly easy to care for, now, but there are also a ton of faux and preserved moss walls available on the market. So, if you aren’t blessed with green fingers, you don’t have to worry about missing out on this growing trend! Be it your living room, bedroom, bathroom, or kitchen, we’re sure your moss wall will look amazing wherever you choose to install it.
|1||Bailey Street South Coast Dining Table Base|
Complement your moss wall with this table base that has intricate leaves and vines carved out. A piece like this will definitely stand out!
|2||Amazon Echo Show 10, 3rd Generation|
In a sleek Glacier White color, this 10.1-inch HD screen that follows you around is ideal for those constantly on the go, even at home.
|3||Designs2Go 4 Tier Metal Plant Stand|
A multi-purpose, white-coated metal plant stand with spacious shelves, this is perfect if you want more luscious greenery in your house.
|4||Cole & Son Palm Jungle Forest Wallpaper|
For areas in your house without a moss wall, you can still have elements of nature and greenery with the right wallpaper.
|5||PHI VILLA Rustic 2-Door Distressed Accent Storage Cabinet|
Incorporate more elements of nature into your house with this rustic, solid wood cabinet that is adorned with bird prints.