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Moss Trend expands into spa market
09 Feb 2018 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The family creates vertical gardens using moss that lives on the humidity naturally present in the air
With a long history in creating decorative materials for interior designers and stage scenography, Italy-based Moss Trend has now ventured into public spaces, including restaurants and spas.

The family-run business creates preserved green walls designed to be maintenance-free, with vertical gardens created with moss that lives on the humidity naturally present in the air.

The company recently finished a new project at the Erato Wellness Luxury Spa in Artimino, Italy, using Jungle Moss to create a living wall made of preserved plants that complements the existing décor of the spa. Customers can choose between several types of plants, from Reindeermoss in various colours, to ready-to-hang plant frames, to preserved leaves and lichen.

"Installation of moss panels is very simple and easy,” says Francesco Meaolo, managing director of Moss Trend. “A natural preservation process gives the plants long-lasting durability. In recent years, we've been embracing a more green approach to public spaces, such as restaurants or spas. As our products do not require light, and absorb moisture from the air, spas are convenient spaces for our products. They bring texture, energy and that final touch of design to the interior, which gives guests a comfortable and warm feeling. We believe in the healing power of nature that is reflected in rooms dedicated to meditation, rest and healthy living. "
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