Added by on 2016-09-27

In this episode Justina Blakeney explores jungalow style which is all about bringing the outdoors inside. She creates a vibrant living wall by combining color, pattern and texture. Subscribe to Lowe’s YouTube: http://bit.ly/1blLmvD or head to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/Lowes For more ideas to improve your home, check out Lowe’s How-To Library or our other social media channels: Lowe’s – http://www.lowes.com/how-to-library Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/lowes Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/lowes Pinterest – http://www.pinterest.com/lowes Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/loweshomeimprovement Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsIdeas for Planting Succulents from Lowe’sPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsHow To Build a Retaining WallDIY FAUX PLANT WALL ARTVertical Wall PlantersPlant cell wall structure and function

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6 Comments

  • Bomb_Star 10 months ago

    Great project I'm interested in the table that you did the work it will go great with the rest of my kobalt tools

  • baljeet ahluwalia 10 months ago

    thats weird! you fill it up with compost and plants and then decide to put it on the wall!! dear o dear!!

  • aish vanama 10 months ago

    Hi Justina, I love your DIY's. I have a question, what are the pink and green cabinets called in your video introduction. I am searching for those kind of cabinets which has glass doors on top and drawers in the bottom and middle is empty shelf without doors. please let me know what they are called and where can be found. Thanks
    Aish

  • Maria Elena Bello Martinez 10 months ago

    me Encarta Las ideas

  • B Cook 10 months ago

    Measuring the diagonals would be a good step 2, so you know that the box is square, and maybe use a level that shows angle degrees(an iphone works) might be good to know that the boards are angled right. I guess that part doesnt need to be precise, but if you say 45 degrees, should probably put them at 45 and verify.

    A good option for indoor wall mounted plants is succulents. They require less water, so there wouldnt be as much chance of the wall/carpet below being damaged. I think Lowes did a video on those and put them outside…..

  • Eng Spring 10 months ago

    very beautful and nice