Top Five Questions about Moss Walls
Where can I put a preserved moss wall?
You can put a preserved moss wall almost anywhere as long as it is inside! It looks especially nice when hung on a wall in a bedroom, living room, or hallway. You can also put it in a bathroom, a study, or even a kitchen. Tons of commercial offices and lobbies host our moss walls! We've done green wall projects for yoga studios, medical offices, dentists offices, orthodontics offices, gyms, corporate headquarters, large apartment buildings, and more! Anywhere you want to bring a touch of nature indoors and add some texture to the space, a preserved moss wall can be a great choice.
Do I need to water a preserved moss wall? What is the maintenance?
Preserved moss walls are a great way to bring nature into your home without the hassle of regular maintenance! They don't require any water or sunlight and can quickly transform any space with a pop of natural beauty. The only maintenance required is to occasionally vacuum the moss wall with a soft brush attachment, blow the dust off with a blow dryer, or steam it with a clothing steamer (in low humidity environments only as needed!!!) to keep it looking its best.
How long do preserved moss walls last?
Preserved moss walls can last for years if cared for properly. To maintain the longevity of your preserved moss wall, it is important to keep it away from direct sunlight, overnighting with spot lights or strong LEDs, and avoid getting it wet. Additionally, you should dust the wall regularly (1-3x per year) with a blow dryer to prevent the accumulation of dirt and debris. With the proper care, your preserved moss wall can last for many years.
Are preserved moss walls hard to keep alive?
The answer is yes, because they are not alive when you get them! Preserved moss is moss in suspended animation. It does not grow. Preserved moss walls are a great way to add a unique and natural element to any space. They are easy to maintain, but you will need to follow the manufacturer's instructions for caring for your wall. Generally, the moss will not require much water, but it will need to be kept away from direct sunlight and damp, humid conditions. With proper care and maintenance, you can ensure your preserved moss wall will look beautiful for years to come.
How much do preserved moss walls cost?
The answer is... it depends. There are plant paintings for a couple of hundred of dollars, up to tens of thousands if it is a whole wall. Materials, finishes, logo, and other elements go into coming up with the price. The largest moss wall we've ever done was over $75,000 when it was completed, but our typical project is in the $3,000-15,000 range. These pieces are all handmade in our West Palm Beach studio and then either installed by our team or shipped to other parts of the country.