What better backdrop to banish winter than an indoor jungle? Here are 10 of our favorite rooms where vines and climbers cover the walls like art:
Above: “When a young family asked Brooklyn architect Kim Hoyt to cover their dining room walls with living plants, she recognized it as a rare opportunity to create a robust, architectural garden indoors,” writes Meredith. See more in Architect Visit: A Dining Room Wallpapered with Climbing Vines. Photograph by Dan Wonderly Imaging courtesy of Kim Hoyt Architect.
Above: About 10 years ago Tammy Hall moved from London (where she worked as an architect) to Shropshire to live on a farm with her partner, James, who was brought up nearby. The landscape quickly stole her heart. And thus was born her floral business. For more, see Wild Bunch: In the Studio with Tammy Hall. Photograph by Britt Willoughby Dyer for Gardenista.
Above: Florist Sophia Moreno-Bunge encourages cucumber vines to spill out and over the furniture. Photograph by Sophia Moreno-Bunge.
Above: Photograph by Bart Kiggen courtesy of All Items Loaded. A 19th century house in Antwerp is home to a garden grown wild, with vines creeping up indoor walls
Above: The Användbar Hanging Planter made of renewable cotton is a bargain option at $13; available at Ikea.
For more of our favorite wall gardens, see Black and White Orangery, Scandi Style.