Decoration Tuesday, July 18th 2017.
Anything shaped like a hexagon looks nice in a modern and minimalist setting. An interesting idea suggested on cottonandcurls is to use a shadowbox to create a succulent planter which can be displayed on walls. If you’re worried about how you’re going to water the succulents or the lack of sunlight, you can use faux plants instead.
With the ceramic Wallscape series you can mix and match different planters of different sizes and colors to create a gallery wall, like an indoor vertical garden. The planters are sold individually and you can get as many as you want in order to turn your vision into reality. Aren’t these pocket planters just charming? They can be purchased from etsy and they’re handmade out of porcelain, leather and wood. A ceramic planter hangs from leather fastened with brass screws and the combination of materials is chic and elegant. The planters look casual but they also an elegant allure.
Instead of attaching the planter itself directly to the wall, an idea can be to build a sort of frame around it. This way the planter is removable and you can just leave the frames in place and rearrange the plants however you want. The frame can be triangle-shaped and you can built it out of scrap wood or from an old picture frame. You’ll also need a drill, screws, wall plugs, a hammer, nails, wood glue and a screwdriver. The rest of the details can be found on burkatron.
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