Dining “Pod” With Vertical Garden Wall

November 28, 2010 by

As a focal point for the dining “pod” of their client’s newly renovated duplex apartment, PullTab Design designed a custom planted vertical garden wall.

I like how the green wall wraps around the side of the stairway. The plants offer soft contrast and also complement other materials such as stained concrete, American black walnut, bronze, and steel.

Photos by Elizabeth Felicella.

  • http://ecomamasguidetolivinggreen.blogspot.com/ Eco Mama

    I’m crazy about this–could move right in, right now!
    xo
    Eco Mama

  • http://velojoy.com velojoy

    This is gorgeous. The little sailboat lends a playful touch, too!

  • http://smallplotgardesn.com/highyield Chuck Bartok

    I love vertical gardening.

    Most have been outdoors, but like this concept.
    We now grow nice Melon Yield Vertical

    Would like to know more about Plants used and irrigation system

  • http://www.facebook.com/dirt.martinis nicky fabbrini

    Beautiful!

  • Robin Plaskoff Horton

    Most of these vertical gardens have irrigation tubes that continuously hydrate the plants. The system from Plants on Walls, which we used in our Creative Garden Retreat (http://bit.ly/gTSJQG), used these and the excess water is absorbed by the felt pockets, also helping to maintain even hydration. We planted ornamentals, but you can plant edibles–depends on your sunlight, etc. as always. Flora Grubb created stunning vertical gardens using Woolly Pockets and succulents.

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  • http://www.icreatables.com christopher

    I love the house and the green just makes it perfect. I have never thought of indoor wall plantings. Thanks.

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