Decoration Friday, July 21st 2017.
Wall planters you can make. Individual planters can be mounted on a wall just like you’d hang framed pictures or paintings to create a gallery display. This can be easily done using a drill and some wall anchors. You can use simple terra-cotta pots since the plants are the ones that stand out. You can hang the pots at different heights to create a unique arrangement, in a way similar to what’s shown on themerrythought.
If you prefer a more organized and compact look, you can arrange several small planters in a grid and attach them to a wooden panel which is mounted to the wall. Each planter can be held by a ring and they can be rearranged as desired. Shanty-2-chic offers a really nice tutorial regarding this project. You can use this as a decor feature for the dining room, living area but also in the kitchen where instead of flowering plants you could grow herbs.
Fine Paints of Europe’s Windsor Pink. A millennial pink that is neither juvenile nor sticky sweet. This isn’t a pink that leans toward peach color; rather, its grey undertones make it much duskier, more mature, and appropriate for use as a neutral. Like the trend toward lighter shades of greyish violet that we’ve already discussed, this ballet slipper-y pink is a popular paint color that adroitly blurs the line between masculine and feminine, friendly and poised.
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