There is a vibrancy and freshness about plants in interior settings. It’s no wonder that green walls have become a global trend in restaurant design. Foliage brightens the atmosphere, provides a pleasing visual element, and absorbs sound– a winning combination.
Wall plants– when thoughtfully done– can be transformative, elevating the ambiance and look of any restaurant. Whether you want an entire plant wall or a few strategic planters, it’s easy to liven up your interior and set your business apart from the competition.
Sculptural Green Wall
Pandemic Design Studio specializes in sculptural wall plant holders handcrafted in quality ceramic stoneware. These bold statement planters lend a significant design feature to any space, transforming bare walls. When it comes to installation, there is no need for professionals. Our modular planters can be fastened to concrete, tile, drywall, or stone using Velcro, screws, or 3M Command Strips.
Inspired by elements of nature, each ceramic planter is custom-made in our Pennsylvania workshop, where our focus is on creating modern, functional, designed decor. Planters are available in multiple sizes and sophisticated colors. They can be mounted in small or large configurations for an attention-grabbing effect. Your wallscape can be used to showcase spring blooms, epiphytes, succulents, or a medley of your favorite flora that revolve around the seasons.
Low Maintenance Wall Plants
Need some inspiration for wall-mounted greenery that is lush and hardy? Consider these forgiving species:
- Pothos — (Epipremnum aureum) – This undemanding vine plant thrives in a variety of indoor environments and is highly tolerant of dry soil. Also known as Ceylon Creeper or Devil’s Ivy, this variety adds interesting foliage to any restaurant interior.
- ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia) – Featuring deep emerald-hued leaves, the ZZ plant looks vaguely prehistoric. It’s a slow grower that does well in containers, but its most desirable trait is that it can be neglected for weeks without any tell-tale signs. Low-light conditions and minimal water are no problem for this stalwart species.
- Epiphytes (air plants) – As their name implies, air plants don’t require soil, making them one of the easiest to care for. They can withstand temperature and moisture extremes, and more importantly, they add a dazzling pop of color and texture.
Innovative Wall Plant Containers for Restaurants
You don’t need a forest of exotic vegetation to elevate your space. However, subtle yet intentional biophilic design elements go a long way in restaurant décor. Pandemic Design Studio is here to help! Shop our wall-mounted planters from our Node Collection.