Decoration Tuesday, July 18th 2017.
A vertical garden is quite a challenge. If built right, it should be sturdy, durable and user-friendly, not to mention fresh and good-looking. You’ll probably need a tutorial if you’re to craft one. You can find one on 17apart. It shows you how to put together the planter from start to finish and it also offers a complete list of all the materials and tools required for the project.
We came across the very interesting idea of combining a vertical planter with a house number. The project is featured on sarahhearts and requires the following supplies: a circle wall planter, house numbers, spray paint and primer, glue, a drill, screws and, of course, potting mix and succulents. You can display your creation on the wall right next to your front door or on your porch.
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.
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