Decoration Monday, July 17th 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.
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.
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.
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