Decoration Tuesday, July 18th 2017.
Geometric shelves and wall displays go great with modern and contemporary interior designs. Let’s see how you can built a triangle-shaped wall planter. You’ll need some things, including three pieces of plywood, some wood glue, a saw, a drill, some nails and a hammer. Cut the plywood pieces at a30 degree angle and cut a hole the size of the planter at the center of one of them. Glue the pieces together to form a triangle and then use nails to secure it. Hang it with screws.
How about repurposing a wooden pallet? That usually works…given how versatile these things are. You can turn a pallet into a support structure for planters and since you’re eco-friendly and all you could also repurpose some glass jars or some tin cans instead of using pots. You can hang them with wire, rings or you can come up with your own custom idea. Check out stylemepretty for reference.
Before we dive too deeply into the merits of using neutral colors in your interior decorating, let’s briefly review what neutral colors are. Technically, in the context of interior design, neutral means without color, although even neutrals have undertone that play a critical role in their successful use. Neutral colors are not typically found on the color wheel because they include shades of black, white, grey, beige, ivory, taupe, and brown.
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