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With Spring in the air it’s time to think about outdoor living, planting and gardens. It’s great to make personal touches within your space with your own design creations on plant pots. This can allow them to match a colour theme, follow a trend, label what’s in the pot or personalise them as a gift!
We love the design idea from Homedit with its modern geometric look and metallic colours.
For a plethora of ideas head to BalconyGardenWeb or have a look on Pinterest
All you’ll need is paint and, if it’s not outdoor paint then a good fixer spray or varnish will ensure it lasts and holds up to the weather. You can get plain pots from garden centres, IKEA, or try online at Hobby Craft or Baker Ross for great prices.
home: nice price [ planters ]
Filling your home with plants is aesthetically pleasing, has health benefits and also is a chance to have some gorgeous free standing planters around the house.
Head to Matalan for some amazing designs of planters with great prices – starting at just £5!
There’s lots of styles; minimalist, midcentury, Scandi and all make great features for a room.
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London based, Italian ceramicist Virginia Balistreri, creates the most beautiful thrown pottery. Great homeware for every day use, would make perfect gifts or treat yourself.
Choose from a broad range of pots, bowls, hanging planters, plant pots, candle holders, tea pots, cups and more. All the range are in beautiful natural tones of greens, blues and beiges.
With prices from £15, head to her Etsy shop to discover more.
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Looking for some new homes for your plants?
Explore Peastyle’s range of Scandinavian, midcentury style and just plain lovely plant pots.
With prices starting at just £5 there’s some perfect pieces to look stylish in your home.
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Spring has sprung and so have the new arrivals in stores. With a lot of people turning their focus to the garden now is the perfect time to get some colour outdoors and bring your green space back to life.
We have spotted these gorgeous ceramic, metal & fibreglass planters from Habitat. With a huge range of sizes and colours you are sure to find the right ones for you.
Available now from habitat.co.uk [ from £20 ]
home: made [ plant pots and plant stands ]
January is all about new projects and hiding from the cold, and making crafty projects.
Introduce some indoor (or outdoor) gardening to your home but instead of just buying planters and pots – look to use, upcycle, recycle and make your own alternative containers and stands for your planting.
There’s great tutorials from favourites A Beautiful Mess and Brit & Co but there’s lots of easy projects without tutorials.
Search for unusual containers – cups, buckets, tins, old crates, bags or even tea pots. Depending on what you choose to plant your chosen container may need to have drainage holes. Then you can think about creativity with paints, sprays, varnishes or if the item has vintage charm it might look great as it is.
Look at trends in colour and pattern for inspiration and use masking to create designs on the outside – try geometric , stripes or colour blocking. Techniques including drip, dip and ombré may be a little more challenging but have great results too.
Find a collection of great tutorials all grouped together at Cool Crafts
home: nice price [ plant stands ]
There is still hope for a warm Summer so we can get outside and enjoy our gardens, but in the meantime bring some of the garden indoors with these simple yet stylish plant stands from Ikea.
Available in three different styles:
A 3 x ledge stand [ £25 ], a 5 x pot ladder stand [ £30 ] and a split level table stand [ £40 ], all made of bamboo with painted steel.
These would look great in a kitchen, living room or conservatory filled with herbs, plants and flowers.
Unfortunately these products are not available online, so check your local store first at ikea.com