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This episode of We Spy Style: Eye on Design is all about jungalow style, where cozy indoors meet lush outdoors. Watch the video above to see how Justina creates a vibrant living wall by combining color, pattern, and texture and only using materials from Lowe’s. Check out these hanging instructions before getting started.

Here’s what you’ll need:
Hardwood underlayment plywood 1/4 cat
Whitewood board (common: 1″x 4″x 8′)
Top choice kilm-dried whitewood softwood board (common: 1″x 6″x 10′)
6mil clear consumer sheeting
Arrow fastener .375-in manual staple gun
Arrow fastener 1,2500-count .25-in T50 staples
Bostitch 1000-Count 1.5-in finishing pneumatic nails
Miracle-Gro 25-quart potting soil
RevolutionPly hardwood plywood (1/4-in x 4-ft x 8-ft)
1.25-quart anthurium
14-ounce bromeliads
Plants (Recommended: Peace Lily, Ivy, Anthurium, Zebra Plant and Green Pothos)
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  • martysgarden
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    Nice I idea, plants of steel. Great concept and addition to the wall. I am a big fan of worm castings as I have have my own micro farm where I bread compost worms to fertilize the trays that I grow the microgreens in.
    Happy Gardening/Farming
    Marty Ware

  • zaba1997
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    Hi !
    This video is really nice. I searched a lot on the internet to find something good and explicit about how to make a Living wall and the best I could find, is yours :). I'm planing to do a Living Wall in my room, but I have a few questions.
    Could you please tell me the angles you have to put on the shelves ? I heard that the first one is 45°, but i know nothing about the rest. I have one more question: In time, did you had any problems (like: water on the walls).

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