one of our projects for the new year is to create a living wall in a south end city apartment. obvious advantages of a living wall include bringing some green into the concrete jungle of city living, but also an indoor living wall can act as an air purifier for indoor environments. plants are known to naturally improve the quality of air by boosting oxygen levels and increasing humidity, both of which help prevent problems like dry skin and headaches. goodbye winter and hello tropical paradise.
Thursday, December 30
lunch box is available at hudson, boston location
Wednesday, December 29
not going to lie, kind of amazed that these vessels are still growing. they require hardly any maintenance, just a little spritz once a week. the ornaments can also be used post holiday season too, even take the silver cap off for more breathing and enjoy your mini ecosystems.
Tuesday, December 28
Friday, December 24
Sunday, December 19
Saturday, December 18
Friday, December 17
Monday, December 13
http://www.elementsofstyleblog.com/?s=terrariums, featured on local style blog, elements of style, thanks for the great write up erin!
Monday, December 13th, 2010
I have been admiring the fabulous terrariums scattered through one of my favorite local home shops Hudson for months now. Made by Lyndsay Maver, who works at the shop (hence, Lynzariums), they are a fantastic combination of succulents, mosses, stones, shells (plucked from the sand on beach vacations by Lyndsay herself) and come in various vessel shapes.
Lyndsay will also create one in a vessel of your own if you have something particularly awesome- like this large on she did in a vintage trough.
They would make awesome holiday gifts for those in the area (she doesn’t ship them yet!) Just look at her little ornament terrariums! Super sweet. Check out the blog for updates on freshly made items and to contact her for custom orders!
I now have on on my coffee table and it’s such an adorable and long lasting alternative to flowers!