Nowadays more and more people are trying to be more environmentally friendly and when it comes to a sustainable design at home, we recommend the wall-greening. Especially for the inhabitants in the big cities, a living, vertical garden proves to be very practical and healthy at the same time. It provides a direct relationship with nature, delights the senses or provides us with fresh herbs. If the vertical gardens are large, they also provide additional fresh air and catch a significant portion of the fine dust.
Perhaps you are thinking that such a walling is hardly possible for you because you have no time or not enough space for it. You have no right. The design of such a vertical garden is easier than you can imagine.
Today we present you some cool DIY projects for your wall paving from wooden pallets. You will see how easy these are to be imitated. Whether you choose spring flowers, succulents or kitchen herbs, you can use the same method.
DIY wall coverings made of wooden pallets – what do you need?
- Wooden pallets of good quality – dyed and stained according to your wish
- Scissors and a big stapler
- Thick plastic film
- 2 large bags of flower earth
- Flowers or succulents as desired (we recommend: heather, petunias, Tagetes, umbrella)
Colorful and flowery in the living room
The planting is carried out in a completely conventional manner, after the pallet has been filled well with earth
If desired, you can paint the pallets in different colors beforehand
Kitchen herbs will love a wooden palette
For the purists with a green thumb
On the top of the palette, you can also plant some flowers
Old boxes or drawers with an image frame are perfect for your succulents
Use special soil for the succulents and also put moss on it
The colorful roofs will thrive
In this way, you can also make your old screen saver more lively
So your vertical garden will look six months later
You can also build the whole structure yourself from wooden boards
You only need to use the plastic foil as shown and fill it with a flower earth
After you have surely convinced that DIY wall greening is not so complicated, you can try it yourself, right?