Our stabilised natural green decor has provided the 51st edition of Casa Decor, which took place at the Casa Palacio Atocha 34 in Madrid from 19th May to 26th June, with its wildest green touch. Our first participation in the most important interior design and decor exhibition throughout Europe was made possible thanks to the collaboration with the interior designer Virginia Albuja, working at the Yo Dona magazine space number 48.
Over five weeks, the latest trends and novelties in interior design and decor have been displayed along 63 spaces intervened in by 130 professionals. Greenarea was there too, making its first appearance at this exhibition.
Our Made in Green pledge was to fill the refined and elegant loft inspired by today’s women designed by Albuja with the freshness of our vertical gardens. Our ideas for green coverings resulted in a colour and wilderness explosion- in line with the latest trends seen in indoor spaces- which we obtained by combining different stabilised natural plant types like moss, lichen and branches as well as trunks and natural lianas. The walls were turned into wild panels wrapping the loft up.
As large and lively as all our creations, our indoor green decor fitted in perfectly with all the other decorative items that the space included. To this end, we designed and created a handmade vertical garden whose many plant types overlapped at different heights and various green shades melted into a beautiful overall colour effect.
An exhibition on decor couldn’t have left out the Animal Décor trend. Our Rhyno Pink, belonging to the Animoss Collection created together with the design firm Prats En Negreta, added the most extreme and wildest touch to the Yo Dona space. The pink moss rhino head sprouted off one of its green walls, leaving the visitors absolutely astounded.
Our taking part in Casa Decor and collaborating with Virginia Abuja’s design firm represented a great opportunity to show the potential of our green walls in interior design. Greenarea is always seeking to go beyond the simple aesthetic appeal and rather offer a multisensory experience through decorations that can be touched and felt, thus creating a unique environment, unlike vertical gardens made of synthetic products.