home: nice price [ plant pot ]

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.

They say;

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 [ planter ]

home: made [ planter ]

If you are lucky enough to have a small positive from the current lockdown situation and have a little more time on your hands at home, then it’s great to find some new home projects.

This wooden garden planter from Gardener’s World could be adapted in size for a garden, yard or balcony. Create a growing area for herbs, vegetables or flowers to give you food or just a little beauty at this bleak time.

This straight forward tutorial takes you step by step through creating this tiered wooden planter.

home: favourite thing [ indoor planter ]

home: favourite thing [ indoor planter ]

We love indoor planting and we love rattan so this new plant stand from H&M is perfect.

It is a mix of wood and rattan and would make a great urban jungle home in any room.

Bring the outdoors in.

£119.99

home: made [ wooden succulent holder ]

home: made [ wooden succulent holder ]

To create a cute wooden succulent holder, follow this great DIY tutorial from Walnut Hollow.

You just need a few materials to create this plant holder and can choose a size and shape according to your needs or what is available.

Find a ready made hexagon wooden shelf unit as your base. Try Wish, JYSK, or Amazon .

home: favourite thing [ planter ]

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 [ planter ]

home: favourite thing [ planter ]

Make more of a statement for your indoor planting with this gorgeous large brass look planter from Audenza. The weave imprint gives texture and it’s rich tone and beautiful metallic finish is perfect for the modern home easily sitting with many current interiors trends – metallics, monochrome, traveller, natural… such a versatile piece of homeware.

£125.95

home: made [ kokedama plant ]

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.

mydubio.com
designsponge.com

home: made [ plant pots and plant stands ] 

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