Decoration Monday, July 17th 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.
It seems hexagonal wall planters are quite popular. They’re also surprisingly versatile. The version showed on stylemepretty has this panel at the bottom which encloses this section of the shelf, making it easier to use it as a planter. You can also hide small vases in there so only the flowers are showing.
Use Neutral Colors After You’ve Determined Your Full Color Palette. Some might feel like this is the opposite order of decorating – shouldn’t you start from the foundation (neutral colors) and work your way up (accent colors)? The answer is: not usually. If you have an idea of what other colors you want in your space, it will be much easier to work backward to find the neutral that will best complement those accents. Also consider other space constraints, such as natural light (or the absence of it) and your personal preferences for spaciousness/coziness.
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