home: found this [ planters ]

home: found this [ planters ]

With the good weather finally setting it, it’s time to make an outdoor space look beautiful. Whether it’s a garden, a balcony, yard or just outside the the front entrance – use planters to bring texture and colour or even start some growing your own vegetables. How ever big or small make outdoor space work for you this summer.

We love the Made.com range and picked these clay red woven ones as our favourite choice.

£79 for the pair.

home: found this [ planter ]

home: found this [ planter ]

This gorgeous planter on stand from Made would make a great feature – piled high with greenery, plants trailing down its brass container, even a splash of colour with flowers would be beautiful. Definitely a statement piece and lovely way to have a little indoor garden. It would also work well to house an indoor herb array… find a sunny spot in the kitchen to have close at hand.

It also comes in pure black but on this occasion we think the black and brass is a beautiful mix and would perfectly set off the green leaves.

£89

home: nice price [ faux Monstera ]

home: nice price [ faux Monstera ]

Bringing the outdoors in, without having any hassle. Houseplants make a home come alive, and faux plants give that wonderful look without any need for any care required.

We love this realistic faux monster from Wilko and it has a great price – just £10

home: found this [ faux house plant ]

home: found this [ faux house plant ]

Not feeling very green fingered? Or just can’t cope with remembering to care for so many house plants? Boost up your interior greenery with faux plants. It adds colour and texture to a room, and there’s no worry about taking care of them.

We love this trailing string of pearls from TKMaxx for just £14.99, ready styled in its own concrete pot.

home: made [ plant ladder ]

home: made [ plant ladder ]

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.

home: favourite thing [ bookshelf ]

home: favourite thing [ bookshelf ]

We are absolutely loving the simplicity and great design of this little Lita Bookshelf from Urban Outfitters for £299.

Fill with books or pretty things collected. Display your favourite items or use the handy open design to stack up your urban jungle of indoor planting as it allows plenty of light to every shelf .

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: event [ terrarium workshop ]

home: event [ terrarium workshop ]

This September book a space at one of Heals terrarium workshops and create a wonderful table centrepiece.

Hosted in Heals, Tottenham Court Road, London you will learn the history and science behind terrarium building and then get the chance to make your own from scratch.

All materials are provided [ from £40 ]

Head to heals.com for dates

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.