Laurel Loves 7: Living Vertical Gardens

By: Sarah Beaumont

July 30, 2015

Ready for a new level of lush? These living vertical garden walls unite indoor spaces with nature and make house plants look like wimpy weeds. Scroll through to check out our 7 favorites!


7. Playing with planters.

Laurel Loves 7: Living Vertical Gardens, Laurel & Wolf, via Urban Gardens

via Urban Gardens

Rich vegetation pours from the wall of planters at this chic patio dining area. This look paired with some extra fresh food sounds like a match made in heaven.


6. Luxe and lush!

Laurel Loves 7: Living Vertical Gardens, Laurel & Wolf, via Freshome

via Freshome

This traditional lobby erupts with the spirit of the jungle! We love the surprising mixture of styles the garden wall creates when paired with clean neutrals and shiny brass elements like the chandelier.


5. Living inside a tree.

Laurel Loves 7: Living Vertical Gardens, Laurel & Wolf, via Design Boom

via Design Boom

Anyone else get the feeling of being inside a tree from this stunning space? The extra lush garden wall fits organically in this floor to ceiling smooth-wooded dining space.


4. A blooming bathroom.

Laurel Loves 7: Living Vertical Gardens, Laurel & Wolf, via HGTV

via HGTV

Okay, we’d be willing to make this bathroom our personal day spa. The union of minimalist design and organic material produces the perfect relaxing environment in this soothing space.


3. Flowing flowers from floor to ceiling.

Laurel Loves 7: Living Vertical Gardens, Laurel & Wolf, via Twisted Sifter

via Twisted Sifter

“Mary, Mary quite contrary, how does your garden grow?” Whoever came up with that rhyme probably didn’t have this gorgeous vertical garden in mind. This crescent shaped garden adds dimension and life to an otherwise basic building.


2. An enchantingly green evening.

Laurel Loves 7: Living Vertical Gardens, Laurel & Wolf, via Freshome

via Freshome

Whatever this magical place is, we’d like to spend an evening sipping Pinot here. Glamorous mirrored tables and elegant vintage-inspired detailing give the space a luxe vibe, but it would be nothing without the full wall of ivy and budding blooms on every table surface.


1. Welcome to the jungle.

Laurel Loves 7: Living Vertical Gardens, Laurel & Wolf, via Dwell

via Dwell

Lush is an understatement in this Patrick Blancs designed space. Blancs is a botanist and the original creator of the vertical garden wall. We wouldn’t mind having a piece of paradise like this adorning our living room wall.


xoxo, Laurel & Wolf

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