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.
home: made [ hanging terrarium ]
We have found another great DIY project from abeautifulmess.com, this time a hanging terrarium. We are all still obssesed with faux plants and bringing the outdoors in, so this is perfect.
Showing an alternative look from the usual geometric shape these terrariums are circular and look great grouped together.
Head to abeautifulmess.com for the simple tutorial.
home: made [ cube planter stand ]
If you are looking for a simple DIY project for the home this Spring, then you should definitely give this a go. Bring interest to your indoor planting with these wooden stands. Made from a few pieces of wood you can create a stylish and modern cube shaped stand.
The options are endless when it comes to size and colour finish, personalising your stand to your specification. We have a couple of great tutorials to get you started, as well as an aditional tutorial using wooden picture frames to get the same look.
home: favourite thing [ printable art ]
The power and impact of large scale art in a room is great. Make a statement or bring a strong colour or theme to a room with a huge print. It’s generally a fairly expensive thing to aquire but US online store, Sycamore Street Press, amongst the range of other fab paper goods and homeware, have the super idea of offering downloadable digital PDFs of brilliant photographic prints that can be printed yourself at your local printers to whatever size (up to 48” x 36” – which is huge)
We absolutely love this way of bringing the outdoors in, with their print range of cactus photographs. Fresh natural images taken from the cactus garden in Huntingdon, Pasedena (California) which create a airy feel and evoke the feeling of the outdoors – allowing the natural world inside and are almost window-like when hung. Either frame, stick or use hanging bars for these huge pieces of art.
Brilliant art at only $9 per download from the Sycamore Street Press.