• Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

  • Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

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Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam

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String gardens by Fedor van del Valk

lifestyle & tra…deco

16 September 2011
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Innovative and creative – 2 words that can define Fedor van der Valk’s string gardens idea. Yes, we are accustomed to putting our flowers in vases or in pots but hanging on the walls or ceiling has never crossed our minds. And, it is a fantastic idea. We love the bonsai-esque type.

All kinds of flowers can be stringed to fit your room or garden, but most fit the hanging flowers. String Garden uses a new method of hanging the flowers in a 3D crocheting technique. The flowers are put in moss and grass sewed by a spider web that covers it.

Most of them can be bought from Pompon, Amsterdam.

More photos and info from www.stringgardens.com