Vertical gardens can be a fantastic way to bring plenty of greenery into a small space. Indoors, they’re a form of natural wall art that will also improve air quality, if filled with the right plants, and can even provide extra insulation.
Matt Rabinovitch has created two vertical garden models, one 8 feet long and one 7 feet tall, that are also self-watering. The gardens, which are made of wood, water themselves three times a week, with the water supply needing to be replenished weekly.
The examples on Rabinovitch’s Etsy are filled with two types of ferns, ivy, Hypoestes, and Nephthytis for a lush, green appearance. These vertical gardens are one off models, so even if you miss out on the chance to own one, they are great inspiration for thinking about how to enhance your own interior space.
All images via Matt Rabinovitch.
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