Decorative Scandinavian moss - one of the most common and preferred means for interior landscaping and decoration. Here you will learn more about how decorative moss is produced, what are its advantages and what conditions must be met to ensure the perfect environment needed for its preservation.

In the field of interior landscaping, we offer a natural lining made of natural decorative moss from the Scandinavian tundras, which recreates the true connection with nature in the premises.

This type of sustainable interior landscaping brings freshness to nature, giving them a very elegant and exclusive atmosphere. At the same time, the environment and the quality of life in them are repeatedly improved and optimized.

Decorative Scandinavian moss can be included in the interior of any home, office, restaurant or other premises and in the form of beautiful and modern art installations.

According to the client's project, a variety of paintings, panels, logos and many other decorations can be made of moss.

What is Scandinavian Decorative Moss?

The wall coverings and paintings of decorative moss are made of natural Scandinavian moss, mounted on a supporting pad. The laborious pre-treatment process makes the moss durable over time without requiring any maintenance.

This form of indoor landscaping not only has a relaxing effect and relieves visual fatigue, but also has a noise-canceling effect, absorbing and reducing the sound in the room.

Moss installations find a variety of applications, whether it is for lining entire walls or mounting in the form of a picture or panel. They are an extremely desirable element in the interior and beautify many living rooms, bedrooms and dining rooms, giving a "natural touch" to a number of conference halls, spas, hotel lobbies, casinos and more. They actively help to purify the air in them and thus contribute to a healthier life.

Scandinavian moss coverings and applications can be used regardless of the light and air conditioning in the room and the humidity in them must be at least 40%.

How is it produced?

Only natural mosses are used for the production of our unique decorative elements from decorative moss.
The production process is completely manual and attaches great importance to sustainability. The support of the mosses in the forests is especially careful and, in order to ensure the regeneration of their population, care is taken to partially pluck the areas. This is followed by careful cleaning of the soil and washing. The next step in the production process is the painting of mosses with natural paints and their preservation by a specially developed method.

Many years of experience in the production of decorative moss and its specific preservation ensure that the moss will retain its softness and elasticity as it is in nature. It also retains its ability to self-regulate - at lower humidity it becomes hard and crumbly, and at higher humidity it regenerates and becomes soft and elastic again.

Necessary conditions

Linings and landscaping with decorative moss are extremely durable over time and do not need any maintenance.

The moss does not burn. It repels dust particles in the air and therefore does not retain dust and does not need cleaning, which could damage its integrity. It also does not retain pathogenic microorganisms and does not contain toxic components and allergens. On the contrary, its ability to absorb high humidity in the air, helps combat the appearance of mold and the development of harmful moisture-loving microorganisms, thus improving the living environment indoors.

A necessary condition for the long life of decorative moss is the humidity in the room to be maintained from 40% to 60%, which can be achieved by spraying. In humidity

over 60% of the moss absorbs unnecessary moisture, and at values ​​below 40% gives off moisture in the room and as a result becomes hard and crumbly.

The moss should NEVER get wet!

Decorative moss installations MUST NOT be placed in direct sunlight, nor near air conditioning installations and heat emitting appliances!

Moss has a fragile structure and can be easily broken, especially when dry and hard. For this purpose it is necessary to avoid mechanical damage!

It is suitable for installation in rooms without windows.