Growing plants at home can indeed have healing and relaxing effects for you. It can create a sense of tranquility and peace in your home and help you feel at ease in your surroundings. Just like I love plants, the design that integrates plants into them and meets my lifestyle needs is an extra bonus! These product designs add a touch of green to our houses, while providing great functionality and usability in our daily lives. This planter product line includes everything from air purifiers that double as planters to coffee tables with hidden mini-gardens! They not only meet our "green" requirements, but also meet the requirements of our houses. I would love to integrate these designs into my own home!
By merging the indoor garden with the aquarium, it provides a relaxing solution for owners who neglect to care for plants, where plants can take care of themselves! The Eva planter creates an environment in which plants can survive without human help. how is it? By establishing a symbiotic relationship between the fish and animals that live in it. Ammonia produced by fish is a waste product, which can produce a lot of toxicity. As it happens, ammonia contains nitrogen, which is necessary for photosynthesis and helps the growth of plants. In the upper garden, the roots partially dissolve ammonia, and the waste nitrite produced later becomes food for fish. In short, this is the cycle of life-there are only two creatures. In addition, Eva also includes lamps that mimic natural sunlight. This is not a new feature-we have seen it on similar planters-but it contributes to Eva's mission: to sustain life in any indoor environment. Even if their living space does not seem to be suitable for plant life, it can make everyone extend their green thumbs.
It is a household glass container, but more importantly, it is a new thing in air filtration, which can turn those HEPA filters and ultraviolet lamps into more natural things. Briiv's design looks like a combination of glass container and Apple Homepod. It is a modern-looking air purifier that adds a sense of green to your apartment. The inside of the filter is equipped with a special, sustainable, dry moss that can naturally purify the air by trapping harmful particles, killing microorganisms and releasing clean, fresh air. Under the moss are multiple biological filters, including one made of loosely woven coconut fiber, another made of carbon-infused hemp, and a wool microfiber filter. These filters are combined in At the same time, it can filter particles as small as PM 0.3, and it can also trap and neutralize bacteria, molds and other volatile organic compounds. It can provide you with natural and fresh air. The design of the filter is equivalent to one device. Accommodate 3000 indoor plants.
Provide lovely dim lighting for your space and photons for the small kitchen garden,
It is a table lamp and flower pot combined with a smooth terracotta packaging. The light can provide nutrition for the small kitchen garden, you can choose food from it and use it during meals. The upper part of the Brot lamp is equipped with a lamp, and the lower part is used as a circular container for growing plants. There is a stainless steel tray inside the lower part, which can be used as a plant stand. You can sow various seeds in Brot, the process is pretty standard. The seeds need to be pre-soaked before sowing, and then can be placed in the lower part of the Brot. You need to moisten them twice a day (possibly using a spray/sprayer) 2-3 times. Within a week, you will get a set of very healthy, self-grown herbs or bean sprouts that can be used with meals. Oh, don’t forget, Brot can also be used for dim lighting because it is also a light after all!
, A home gardening system, first set up as a small coffee table, the purpose is only for those urban residents who want to fill their houses with some natural green, rather than the fussed residents who usually accompany them, to show a hidden, self-maintaining miniature garden. Fortunately, SOLE's coffee table is designed to take up as little space as possible to fit the smallest studio. Indoor urban gardening is usually done through the use of planter containers that require a lot of window sill space and natural sunlight, which is difficult to do in urban apartment searches. In order to make home gardening possible in any urban living space, SOLE can maintain the perfect climate, temperature and nutrition for you and the plants you choose, as long as they fit the large space of the coffee table.
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! This is a revolutionary lighting solution, not only because the luminaire is a completely self-sustaining ecosystem where plants can grow undisturbed, but also because it has a unique conductive glass coating. In fact, no current can be seen flowing along the surface, so no cable connection is required between the power supply and the LED. Bring even windowless spaces to life with the help of plant light! The easiest and most charming way of indoor greening in the world. They can not only illuminate the darkness, but also bring the natural environment into the room, and even enter the space without sunlight. Thanks to the patent-pending SmartGrow technology, these factories do not require any maintenance.
This simple and innovative dog house designed by Ben Hansen uses excess water from watering plants and filters it into the dog's water bowl! The rattan furniture is decorated with green, giving people a light and airy feeling. The smallest dog house can light up any corner of your home-it is difficult to accommodate a cute plant and pet! This is a kind of cute furniture, not only can be used as a pet's home, but also can double as an elegant plant stand, blending with your home interior.
Nothing is more fascinating than the lifestyle we like every day! And, if we save water all the way, plant some greens... well, from DesignLibero in Milan
Allow us to do this! Fluidity, created by designer Ekaterina Shchetina, has a dual function. The white dish rack for daily use is a beautiful shelf, and the multifunctional dish rack has a changing self. It can be used as a planter, or rather, it has two built-in planters on the side. The fluidity design should make the water droplets from the freshly washed dishes flow to the roots of the plants for irrigation and nutrition. Due to its fluid form, the base allows water to be directed to the plant container. The container is perforated at the bottom, which is filled with clay particles and coconut fibers to control the water environment of the plants and keep no water residue at the bottom of the drain.
, This is a hydroponic system that can use the water in the dishwasher, washing machine and toilet to cultivate plants, herbs, etc. The designer's motivation for this type of design is to provide indoor gardeners with a more conscious method of watering the greens. Although watering indoor plants with grey water sounds like a perfect idea, the initial information about growth proves another situation. From the perspective of its presentation; when flushing water, the fresh water flowing into the water tank is first pumped by the planter system for irrigation, and then returned for flushing. This directly shows that the growers are basically not using gray water, but using fresh water to meet their needs. This may be beyond the idea of an environmentally friendly and worthy grower; for example, it can provide us with the convenience of watering. How the system checks for excessive watering or other sporadic gardening remains to be revealed. However, Grow does give a new dimension to the concept of bringing nature into the family!
Designed by Nguyen La Chanh
, Moss Carpet focuses on making the grass stand up, even in the bathroom! The mat is made of refractory foam called plastazote, including spherical moss, island moss and forest moss. The humidity in the bathroom ensures that the moss flourishes. This is why you need to place it here and not anywhere else. Does not include small dwarfs.
Nothing can bring a little bit of life (literally) to your residence faster than one or two plants (or three, four or fifty!). However, not everyone likes independent plantations and potted plants, which make living quarters cluttered. Latest news from
, Kaijila Garden series of home decoration aims to provide plenty of space for all your favorite plants. These designs consist of shelves, boxes, ladders, etc., with integrated containers and surfaces, which can provide the perfect home for your books and other items next to plants. They take up the same space as standard furniture, only they can bring freshness to your space and let you enjoy the natural feeling. Some units also include built-in lighting to help plants grow indoors while providing lighting and atmosphere for your room. Use them inside or outside and let your green thumb practice!
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