Create an Indoor Forest!
In our current busy city life, it is easy to lose connection with nature. We go on these long-anticipated vacations when we finally get to slow down and appreciate the beauty of nature. But when we are back, inevitably, we will still be spending more time indoors than out. In that case, how can we bring a little of this vacation magic back with us?
Although it may be a little difficult to bring back the mountains and lakes, here are some other elements you can create!
No need for a sophisticated air purifier, just bring in some plants indoors! Here’s a list of houseplants for a relaxing breath of fresh air!
Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum) – easy to grow and very adaptable! One of the best air purifier to have listed in the NASA Clean Air Study.
Heartleaf Philodendron(Philodendron hederaceum) – a great plant to have if you have little time to care for a plant!
Chinese Evergreens (Aglaonema) – filtering out a variety of air pollutants and helping you reduce the amount of dust indoors.
Boston Fern (Nephorolepsis exaltata) – This popular fern removes major pollutants like formaldehyde and xylene found in paints or synthetic fabrics.
Pssst! All these plants are suitable to grow on a green wall!
Vertical Jungle Look
Forests are huge, but often, the spaces we live in are too small to recreate a similar experience. Luckily, we have a solution for that which is our HygroWall. Have a vertical jungle instead! Here are some elements to incorporate into your green wall to achieve the tropical forest look: