There is more than one way to bring nature and into your home or workplace so we’re going to break down the difference between moss wall and living walls and give you the skinny on each of these brilliant biophilic design options that provide calm and other wellness benefits including noise and air pollutant reduction (along with the mental benefits of attention restoration and focus).
Moss walls are suitable for almost all indoor environments, to create a high impact, low maintenance statement. They are also environmentally friendly and will improve the acoustic properties of your space. Preserved Moss and artificial succulents wall Art is made using a moss that has been grown, harvested & preserved using a combination of natural ingredients. It needs no light or water as it is no longer a living item but will not wilt or die. Preserved Moss can only be used for interior use and should be kept away from direct sunlight.
Full wall displays can be created using panels, then filling the welt with excess moss. Like the picture Here. That is created by joining multiple planes together. They will look seamless after hanging them.
The mosses used in our product lines reindeer moss, cushion / bun moss an forest moss are cleaned and preserved using a special process, cork bark, artificial succulents, artificial/preserved flower, butterflies, dry brunches.
Hanging hardware attached.
Do not require water
Do not need fertilizing
Do not need sun
Are long lasting
Are maintenance free
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Custom size can be created. Price is determined by project size and quantity of moss.
Here are some frequently ask Questions and Ans from our customers:
What is a Moss Wall?
A moss wall, interestingly, is also called a green wall which is where the confusion can begin between the two. We construct our green walls aka moss walls with real, but preserved moss that does not require any dirt, soil or substrate, and does not require any watering or misting of any kind.
We explain it like this: a moss wall is neither living nor dead, it is made of moss that is dormant, having been preserved using a natural paraffin or glycerin process. Moss walls retain their lush look with zero maintenance (except for the occasional dusting using compressed air just as you would use on a computer keyboard) for at least ten years and we’re testing a natural spray that will extend the life of a moss wall indefinitely.
How much does a moss wall cost?
Moss walls are a bit expensive because of its unique preservation process. Roughly a moss wall cost is $6,800, while the total cost of a living wall is around $47,500 for 100 sq. ft.
Moss is particularly good at combatting air pollution. The pollutants in the rain and the air cling to the surface of the moss, and while the pollutants are stuck there, bacteria convert them into the plant's biomass.