ISSUE 20  |  Outside Living

Design Sleuth: Air Plant Garden Trellis

May 17, 2010 1:00 PM

BY Janet Hall

On a recent visit to the SF Decorator Showcase, I admired a small balcony off a bedroom by Marion Philpotts-Miller and Jonathan Staub of Philpotts and Associates. The designers used a sculptural steel trellis outfitted with air plants and succulents (a great way to add a touch of greenery to an indoor or outdoor space). The Steel Maze Wall Hanging, measuring 22.5 inches square, easily mounts to any wall and can be used individually or in a group; $99.95 (regularly $129) at CB2.

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Above: A large range of Individual Air Plants is available starting at $2 per plant at Air Plant City; a collection of Seven Tillandsia Air Plants is available for $24.75 at California Carnivores. Image via Flickr.