A revolutionary green concept in the field of home decor and furnishings is bringing the outdoor plants into the luxury of one’s living rooms. Unwinding and relaxing in the comfort of one’s home with green furnitures and fixtures- a dream once is now a fast growing trend among the Eco conscious home enthusiasts. Some refreshing and soothing concepts and designs have attracted lot of attention and are a craze world over.
Here are some interesting furniture designs , you would like to have the moment you see them:
1. Living wall planters
Priced at $169, this piece of art replaces ones wall painting by green art. A cedar wood frame fitted with metallic grids, house soil and plant roots. A hidden watering and storage system allows maintenance and growth of the plants.
2. Indoor forest home
An exciting new concept developed by the Chang architects, designed as an Eco sanctuary which made trees rooted in the ground floor to reach the upper floors of the house , being embedded in the walls. This forest in the living room transports one to a lush green foliage without the need of going anywhere.
3. Earth furniture
A refreshing green concept to have oxygen generated in one’s own living room with the added feel of soothing green grass. This piece of furniture is created by adding soil to the frame, spreading grass evenly and watering them.
4. The secret garden table
Designed by Ayodhya, this green table is a humble table covered with a layer of moss. Easy to maintain and water, this concept can be applied to other furnitures as well.
5. A green aquarium
A bit hit amongst nature lovers, this fish bowl planter was designed by Sheng-Zhe Feng and Ling-Yuan Chou. Plants release oxygen for the fish to survive as well as filter the water,while the fish wastes fertilize the plant. It is indeed a unique symbiotic green concept.
6. Green wallpapers
Japanese designer Nendo created a green living wallpaper that can turn ones home into a living garden. The wallpaper incorporates actual moss into a white background. It is surely a treat to one’s eyes.
7. River Re wall
Wall made from Moss, a concept by Hokkaido Sanyu Corp. is inspired by grass. Actual moss is fitted in panels, which assist in irrigation and a faint water sound adds to ones delight.
8. Living plant curtains
Designed by Li Fan, this living curtain is highly enthralling with self sustaining plants fitted on mesh to give a free flowing effect. When hung in ones room, these living curtains are truly alleviating with an added advantage of doubling up as purifer too.
9. Grass-on lamp
A concept developed by three Venetian architects, is a piece of serene art. The lamp is made of recycled materials and synthetic glass extending both on the interior and exterior surface. The lamp can be placed on floor or hung from the ceiling as a chandelier.
10. Stitch table
A living furniture designed by Greg Zulkie epitomizes how furniture can be stitched with plants literally. The mahogany of the table actually stitches the maple surfaces together which house stainless steel flower pots.
11. Living air purifier
Conceptualized by Paul Thomas, âBreathe Easyâ is an aeroponic air filter which is wall mounted holding together toxin absorbing plants with translucent gel like substrate. The LEDs fitted at the bottom add an ascetic appeal to the fixture.
12. Organic carpet
Featured at the Tokyo Fiber Sensware exhibition, this biodegradable moss carpet makes use of moss which grows on a plant derived fibre base. It is a grand success amongst people who are actively involved in the “green” revolution.
13. Living sofa
A green piece of furniture designed by 5.5 Designers, integrates a grass compartment with the furniture specially at the back and on the arm rests. Sitting on such a chair would be equivalent to be sitting on the refreshing green grass. An advantage this sofa enjoys is being able to change colors according to the color of the plants placed in the chambers.
14. Sofa with integrated pot
Designed by Atlantico, a Portuguese firm, this sofa comes with an integrated pot. This green piece of furniture can be installed in homes, buildings, malls and hospitals with an equal ease.
15. Burnt wooden furniture
An unconventional yet highy acclaimed concept brought into life by a German firm, the Kaspar Hamacher âAusgebranntâ furniture series makes use of burnt tree trucks of varied lengths. It shapes and molds them into captivating piece of furniture to adorn ones rooms.