Looking to liven up your interior with some greenery but working with limited space? UK-based design studio, Horticus, has developed a modular living wall system that brings the vitality of nature into any abode—no matter how humble. Inspired by various constraints, Anna Lisovskaya (the founder of Horticus) sought to combine the space-saving innovation of a living wall with the convenience and accessibility of pot gardening. The result is a sleek yet practical system that will refresh your senses and enhance the aesthetic of any room.
This flexible structure is meant to be screwed directly into the wall, allowing you to tweak the layout as you please. It comprises a hexagonal frame made of powder-coated steel and terra-cotta planters that rest within it. The planters are outfitted with a grid of holes for watering, and they can easily be lifted in and out of the frame. This makes it remarkably simple to nurture, maintain, and rearrange your living habitat in any way you like.
Even if you don’t consider yourself a green thumb, Horticus makes it easy to take on the challenge of an indoor vertical garden by offering design services, in-depth installation instructions, and a helpful plant guide to aid you in selecting plants suitable for your skill level. And if you change your mind about filling your wall with plants, the installation itself is visually appealing in its own right. It can even double as a functional shelf for little odds and ends.
Not sure you’re ready to take on the challenge of a living wall? Start with Horticus’ Small Kit—which includes one steel frame and three terra-cotta planters. Then, add to it once you’ve developed your green thumb. With its simplicity and versatility, this modular system lets your indoor garden grow with the flow.