(Via Sugar & Cloth)
Plants shouldn’t be constrained to boring planters. A plant brings so much life to any space so why not get creative how we are potting and displaying them. It’s easy to play it safe with decor or design. Adding some quirkiness into your space through plants gives any room the perfect face lift you are looking for.
I love mixing mid-century with pastels or a scandinavian inspired aesthetic. These planters give a clean yet creative look. The different shapes and sizes add character. You can sneak them into any space and they will brighten up the atmosphere.
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It baffles my mind that plants have been constricted to ground level for so long. Macrame plant hangers are on the top of my list to display some of my favorite plants. They turn an ordinary looking space into a whimsical one. Don’t be afraid to get creative with different colors, shapes and sizes. When Macrame hangers are paired together the eye is quickly drawn to them and make a huge statement.
(Via RiverBend Home Blog)
Grab some of your favorite garden herbs and use them as a part of your decor. These egg shaped planters are so unorthodox that the attention goes straight to them. If you have a plain wall that you simply don’t know what to do, grab a few of these in sets of three or so and hang them however you desire.
Inserting a plant into a basic pot and utilizing a vase to be it’s main destination is a great way to style coffee tables, side tables and/or dining tables. It gives your area an undeniably sophisticated look without much effort.
(Via Faith Tap)
Bring outdoor elements inside with these birch bark planters. They will look lovely surrounding your outdoor furniture.