home: made [ plant stand ]
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.
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: featured [ Sugar + Cement ]
All the joys of colour and our beloved cement, rolled into one in this super, independent homeware store – Sugar + Cement.
A mix of homewares made from one of our favourite materials – concrete. With added splashes of colour (in Farrow and Ball tones no less!) the collection includes plant pots, trays, candle holders and coasters. Explore their Etsy for the full range.
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 [ 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 ]
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.
home: found this [ metal plant box ]
H&M Home are really pushing on with their collection and constantly bring out new items for us to get excited about.
We spotted this metal plant box and think it’s great for indoors, in a living room or kitchen. Those that are familiar with the brand Ferm Living will recognise similarities to their planter box, but being three times cheaper, this one is a our choice.
Available now from hm.com
[ £49.99 ]
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: made [ hanging planter ]
Another simple, but stylish make today on the blog.
We found this hanging planter tutorial on burkatron.com and we love the use of embroidery hoops to create a structure around the plant.
Using just 3 elements you can play around with shapes and designs to get one that suits you.