home: nice price [ faux Monstera ]
Bringing the outdoors in, without having any hassle. Houseplants make a home come alive, and faux plants give that wonderful look without any need for any care required.
home: found this [ faux house plant ]
Not feeling very green fingered? Or just can’t cope with remembering to care for so many house plants? Boost up your interior greenery with faux plants. It adds colour and texture to a room, and there’s no worry about taking care of them.
We love this trailing string of pearls from TKMaxx for just £14.99, ready styled in its own concrete pot.
home: found this [ planters ]
Bring some fresh colour and style into your home with these lovely planter stands from Oliver Bonas. Available in Mint Green, Pink and Gold you will find one that works in your place.
These items are amongst a huge array do new products from Oliver Bonas. Lots of colour and pattern on offer.
[ from £22.50 ]
home: made [ propagation planter ]
This really cute DIY project will get you excited about propagating your own plants and watching them grow.
Using plywood and test tubes you can create these modern planters. Cut out your own design and make them individual to you.
For the full tutorial head to vintagerevivals.com
home: nice price [ plant pot ]
Always wanting to have more indoor gardening, we love ensuring our plants have great pots to contain them.
This linear face illustrated pot from Hema is perfect and only £10.
Facial and body illustrations and mouldings are well in trend so this ticks the trend box too.
A flower pot made of off-white ceramic with a craquelure effect and a coaster made of the same material. The flower pot is decorated with faces drawn in black. They are fun to combine in small groups or with the small flower pot. The different heights create a playful effect.
Magically transform your home into your new home with our living accessories. You can combine the various textures, prints, sizes and colours for a playful effect.
home: made [ plant stand ]
With everybody buying more indoor plants than ever before, often you can struggle to find fun and interesting ways of displaying them.
We found this lovely plant stand DIY from themerrythought.com. Allowing you to stand two plant pots on this compact wooden stand will make a great addition to any room.
Follow the tutorial at themerrythought.com
home: nice price [ bamboo planter ]
Hard to resist, at just £16, Matalan have come up trumps with this bamboo planter with tripod legs. With a vintage nod, it’s a great little piece of homeware to add some fresh greenery to a room.
home: favourite thing [ planter ]
Add a dash of gold into a room with this gorgeous planter with stand from Zara.
It perfectly allows you to have both more plants (which is always a benefit) as well as bringing metallics to a room which is a stylish touch of colour to an interior
Shop this £49.99 planter and other lovely homeware from Zara.
home: favourite thing [ plant stands ]
If you are looking for an fun and quirky way to hold you indoor plants, then look no further. These terracotta plant stands look gorgeous and will add interest to any room.
Available in two sizes, why not grab your self one of each to have next to each other. Or mix with other pots and planters in an arrangement.
roseandgrey.co.uk [ £26.95 / £34.95 ]
home: made [ kokedama plant ]
This simple diy project combines the popularity of indoor hanging plants and the new trend for Japanese inspired homes.
Kokedama meaning ‘moss ball’ is a Japanese form of hanging plants by creating balls of soil covered in moss. These unique hanging plants look amazing in groups if you have the space.
They are very easy to create, all you will need is your choice of plant, soil, sheet moss and string, and you are good to go.
We have a couple of tutorials for you to follow.