History tells us that the Ancient Egyptians likely oversaw the creation of the first enclosed outdoor spaces created purely for aesthetic value, a precursor to the modern garden as a concept. And yet, while the emphasis has always been on creating something attractive to look at, it has also been important that prying eyes are kept out where necessary with the addition of privacy screening ideas. In modern society, privacy screening may present itself in the form of a simple garden fence or wall, or in the case of indoor dividers, perhaps a single-color fabric screen.
Greewalls integrate nature into the built environment in a highly systematic and visual scheme meant to provide sensory stimulation, screening or a refresh to featureless surroundings. Two approaches to green wall systems are consolidating within the design and architecture sectors. The traditional approach, living walls, idealise the urban greening impulse but are complicated to construct and maintain. The novel system, artificial green walls, on the other hand, provide a practical, cost-effective solution.
Indoor Vertical Garden Design at Home - Why You Need a Vertical Wall Garden to Add Colour and Texture to Your Living Space
In many parts of the world, summer may be on the edge of becoming a distant memory, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have that zesty, summer feel inside or around your home. A vertical garden can really make your living room reverberate with positive vibes and add texture through artificial greenery.