extraordinary moss decor

I think we can all agree we love to decorate with moss. And although I use it all year long in my home and decor, I especially think about it in the springtime since the focus starts to shift to greenery and new blooms and new life blossoming all around us.

Extraordinary moss decor

While perusing Pinterest for new moss ideas and inspiration for this Spring season I found some extraodinary moss “art” for lack of a better word.  I thought I would share here for some inspirational fun and creativity.  I don’t think it’s anything most of us can apply into our own homes but is sure is fun to look at.  I do believe we can extract small details, which can poke our imagination.  Pull up a chair and take a peek.
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Yup!  A moss covered chair.  How cool is this?  They have a full tutorial on the source site.  It seems pretty simple actually.  It makes a great photo prop for sure.
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How wonderful is this beauty?  I love the succulents, other plants and trailing vines incorporated into the chair along with the moss.  This source doesn’t give us any information but I had to share its just the same.
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Here’s another great chair with a different tutorial to give you some perspective.  These are all fabulous and I would love to incorporate one into my gardenscape some day, but why stop at just a chair?  Why not a sofa?
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This was a merchandising display in Atlanta and this would do the trick, stopping any shopper in their tracks.  But once again why stop at a chair or couch?  Why not an entire sitting room?
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How fun is this?  Think outdoor wedding or bridal shower.  It would make for an amazing photo shoot and conversation piece for sure, which guests would talk about forever.  Talking about weddings…..look at this table…..
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I absolutely love this!  Every guests needs to find out where they are sitting so surely everybody will set sights on this beauty.  love, Love, LOVE!  Is it took early to start planning Miss Masterpieces’s wedding?  Lol.  But seriously this is incredibly cool.  And how about this?
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Another amazing project.  I couldn’t get to the original source on this, which is unfortunate.  I would love to know the back story on this if there is any.  And since most of these projects are wonderful to look at, but are really not realistic or practical for our regular, everyday lives, let’s look at some smaller scale projects.
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A frame is totally doable.  You can determine the actual size, making it a very attainable project.  This is a great photo booth prop for any kind of party and can be used as decor during the year.
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Or how about framing a mirror with moss?  Mirrors already add so much depth and dimension to any room let alone with all the detail and texture the moss adds.  It makes for a great marriage.
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I love this simple project.  This would be fun in an outdoor porch or greenhouse.  A flea market or thrift store lamp would be the perfect foil for this.  Filing this in the back of my mind. And I leave you with this…..
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As many of us that love moss, I know most of us love chandeliers as well.  I could not get to the details from the source on this one either.  I would love to see the before on this.  There are plenty more cool moss projects on Pinterest.  These are my two boards where I pinned many of them:

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houseplant galore board

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for the garden

Here’s a moss garden I created in a cast iron window box:
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And here are some table top ideas using moss which are great for springtime as well as spring boarding some Easter ideas.
Moss tabletop 1eye catching ways to add moss to your tabletop
“In every walk with nature one receives far more than one seeks.”
~John Muir~

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