• 29 Oct, 2020

You only get one chance to make a first impression, and that’s why making your reception area attractive is as important now as it ever has been. Adding Vistafolia to a space gives you that wow factor straight away, and by utilising our green wall products in a residential property, you can even increase the value of the property.

  • 17 Sep, 2020

Most wall shapes tend to be rectangular. But when they aren’t, it could pose a problem for some green wall companies. But with Vistafolia, it’s never an issue. Our versatile products can easily be adapted to any shape, any size and any environment. So, when the team from 161 London contacted us about this property in Belgravia, London, we were only too happy to oblige, and left their client with a showstopping green wall that turned their garden from grey to green in no time at all.

  • 04 Sep, 2020

At Vistafolia, we really do appreciate the value that living green walls add. They look fantastic and make a welcome addition to any space. But we’re also acutely aware that real walls pose their own problems. They can be weighty, require excessive maintenance and may simply die eventually, no matter how much time and energy you put into them. Every single artificial plant that goes onto our green wall panels is painstakingly perfected over a long, arduous process to ensure that our green walls look as good as the real thing.

  • 04 Sep, 2020

Landtech Landscapes in the North West of England are experienced landscapers with a great reputation. Led by Daniel Baron, who himself gained a wealth of experience working for one of the country’s leading landscape gardeners, they’ve been transforming and beautifying gardens for over 15 years. This beautiful garden in Preston, Lancashire, was the culmination of months of hard work by their team.

  • 14 Aug, 2020

The Maple Building in Highgate, London, was once a warehouse, bustling with activity. Now, the activity comes in the form of its many residences, following a multi-million pound redevelopment that converted the space into luxury penthouse suites and apartments. And though the top floor apartments afford the homeowner a great view out over London with The Shard visible in the distance, the grey air-conditioning units at the end of each stretch leave a little bit to be desired.

  • 20 Jul, 2020

No one wants to spend their life out in the garden, forever pulling weeds, mowing the grass and cutting back hedges. But what’s the alternative? Artificial plants and turf of the highest possible quality of course. As we continue to improve our products, the green wall panels simply become more and more realistic.

  • 09 Jun, 2020

Creating a high-end green wall design element for a tight space, Vistafolia® rose to the challenge of dressing up the imposing feature wall of this small, enclosed courtyard in Chiswick. The client had been waiting for the right technology that would be a perfect fit for this difficult environment, which had very limited entertaining space and only enough room for a sofa and a few chairs. The client was delighted with Vistafolia®, which he found to be the excellent artificial green walls vertical garden system to fulfils all of the requirements of the space.

  • 08 Jun, 2020

At the height of summer, is there anything better than being able to relax in the sunshine in your own garden? No one wants to be out there labouring away in the heat, you want to be enjoying a bit of rest and relaxation. You certainly don’t want to be tending to the needs of living wall with its constant need for watering, feeding and pruning. That’s where Vistafolia® comes in.

  • 07 Jun, 2020

This case study, in a basement courtyard in the heart of London, is a great example of green walls in the context of a complete garden redesign. The client had a rather dull, lifeless and dark space and wanted to inject some colour into the courtyard and set the task to The Garden Builders, a London-based garden design firm, themselves regular VistaGreen collaborators.

  • 03 Jun, 2020

Green walls are great. Not only do they provide you with stunning vertical artificial greenery, but they can provide a number of health benefits as well. But what happens when they go wrong? Beautiful as they are, the upkeep on them can prove to be expensive and laborious and the constant attention required means things can quickly go wrong. This large attractive garden in Primrose Hill had a live wall running along a length of fence to add a great visual focal point. But the water supply was accidentally cut off and within a matter of days, the wall had died.