DIY Pallet Vertical Garden


Living walls, or vertical gardens, are super trendy right now and have been popping up all over the place, from cafés to universities to upscale modern homes! Even though they look amazing and are very on-trend, aesthetics aren’t the only reason for putting up one of these babies: having plenty of green plants around can also reduce stress, increase wellbeing, purify and humidify the air, and dampen noise pollution! Getting a living wall professionally designed and installed can cost a fortune… luckily, this DIY version is quick, easy, and cheap!



My fiancée and I came up with this refurbished pallet living wall, and wanted to share it with you all! Since he did most of the work, I let him put the DIY on his blog, “The Brew” so head on over there and check it out! 


Also, if you like what you see give the man a follow and a comment. It’ll make his day ;)

xoxo



Comments

  1. PS.... I love that your fiance has a blog.

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  2. great! would you like to follow each other? let me know!

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  3. nice to meet u really love ur post..
    If u would like we can follow each other and visit our blog , it will be a great pleasure for us to know ur view about our new blog....

    Hugs, http://laviestsuperbe.blogspot.gr/

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    1. Ty so much dear for ur comment!!! Followed u back on gfc name Good taste of life... Big kiss

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  4. Great !Would you like to follow each other?
    http://kate-fashionschtick-kate.blogspot.com/

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  5. great post

    Do you want to follow each other on gfc and facebook?? Let me know if you want :*

    http://mypersonalclosetbysamra.blogspot.com/

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  6. Hey Jen! Thanks for following my blog :-) your projects are so much more involved than mine! But I guess that's why mine are generally called "Weeknight Projects", haha. Following you too!

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  7. Hi Jen, this vertical garden is such a great idea. I would love this in the kitchen with all the possible herbs you can imagine. Following you back!

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  8. hey! nice blog :) i'm following you now!
    please follow me back!

    http://are-you-gonna-be-my-girl.blogspot.com/

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  9. Love your blog! I"m your newest follower! Would love it if you followed back :) Keep in touch! xoxo Carla

    www.fashionmavenmommy.com

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  10. What a great idea. Haven´t seen anything like this before. Just love it!
    What a inspiring blog you have. I just have to read more.
    /Helena

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  11. That is amazing, love it so much i really am going to try it!! :) wonderful blog!! :)

    Emily @ hopefulwandering.blogspot.com

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  12. Love your blog, so I'm a new follower =)

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  13. This is so awesome! And that giant spoon is pretty rad, too.
    Jillian- PS if you have a moment, I'd love to invite you to the giveaway we're hosting for a $50.00 giftcard from Shabby Apple!
    http://epic-thread.blogspot.com/2013/03/shabby-apple-giveaway.html

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  14. Omg, love your blog!

    <3

    Do you want to follow each other?


    www.POLINEFASHION.pl

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  15. genius!

    thelittleirishjig@gmail.cm

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  16. I love this!!!

    What plants did you use?

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    1. We used a mix of indoor tropicals that we found at our local garden center. Since our wall doesn't get much sunlight we had to be careful to select plants that work well in less sunny conditions, but even then we had to get a sun lamp to keep some of them alive!

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