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Combine a plant stand and a plant basket in one with this great DIY project from Alice & Lois.
Using a standard basket and some wooden furniture legs you can easily create this all in one stand in a day.
Head to aliceandlois.com for the full tutorial.
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With more and more of us indulging in the live if plants it is no suprise we find ourselves struggling for that last piece of shelf space or window sill.
Avoid the drama by creating your own plant ladder. A low level stand which can house a selection of your favourite plants.
Using some basic tools and pine board, follow a great tutorial at themerrythought.com and make a fab new plant storage solution.
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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 ]
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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: made [ lampshade plant stand ]
This is probably the most simple project we have featured. There are only three steps to create this cool plant stand, made from the wire frame of a lampshade.
Step one: Choose the shade size you want [ make sure the frame connects at the top and bottom ]. Pick one with an interesting shape and perhaps choose a few in different sizes.
Step two: Remove the fabric shade & cut off any excess parts you don’t need using wire cutters.
Step three: Spray the frame whatever colour you like and then ta da…its done!
We think these plant stands look best in black or white for a monochrome finish. But of course the choice is yours.
For full tutorials head to:
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With the sun out and the urge to get planting in the garden, now is the perfect time to spruce up the indoors too with some greenery. This brass spun metal planter from West Elm would make the perfect edition to any living room or kitchen. Set in on the floor or a table and admire its sleek modern look.
£69 from westelm.co.uk
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With our love of rattan continuing we found this great two-tier stand from Urban Outfitters. Perfect for indoor planting but equally a great storage unit for magazines, knitting, toys or even fruit and veg!
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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
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The growing (no pun intended) trend of the ‘urban jungler’ is quite literally growing. Homeware and interiors brands are offering a wide and trend-aware range of indoor gardening, house-plant accessories. Materials popular at the moment including marble, metallics and woods have found there way into design of pots, planters, ledges and dishes, that can be used for your growing collation of indoor planting.
Danish brand, Ferm Living, the gorgeous Scandivian interiors design store, are leaders in beautiful indoor pots and planters, with a range of products with strong design, great materials and perfect colour palette.
This powder coated iron plant stand is minimal and perfect with its clean lines. It could stand alone or pair up with its smaller counter part.
£32 Ferm Living