We are toe-deep in this air plant trend (I say only toe deep because they are very teeny plants). Also known as tillandsia, air plants are are everywhere you look. If you're like me and you're always on the hunt for an easy-to-care-for plant, chances are you owned at least one. Air plants are cool because they require no dirt, but what if I told you there was a plant that requires no watering because it lives in water?? Ladies and gentlemen, meet the coolest plants on the block: Marimo moss balls.
This oversized moss wreath sure is a doozy, don't you think? It'll blow your mind even more when you find out what the $1 wreath form is made out of... Care to wager a guess?
Unattractive neighborhood wall you want to de-ugly or a wall on your home you want to add a pop to for a special occasion? Then look no further, this DIY project is for you!
Designer Kari Elwell Katzander has painted a wall for the PNC bank building in Pittsburgh...
and, it's alive.
Remember the Styrofoam wall art post? Well, here's another version making cool art out of the stuff but using faux moss instead of paper and fabric. To whip a nature-y triptych up of your own, you'll need some stuff, which include:
'Painting' with moss is relatively easy, so says artist Helen Nodding. The perfect location for these lush creations is damp, shady walls.
If assembling a moss hanging basket seems a bit intimidating, take a look at this video. The procedure is easy and the result is gorgeous!