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A few weeks ago, I spied these little copper beauties that I couldn’t help but imagine would make the coolest planters ever. Turns out, they were trash cans, but at only $15, I had to have them. I brought them home to Brandon, and we decided they needed doctored up a bit. I was inspired by these West Elm planters that are so so beautiful, and hoped that we could DIY these into something similar. The total cost for each planter was only around $20! I’m sooo excited about how they turned out…

DIY Copper Planters

A few weeks ago, I spied these little copper beauties that I couldn't help but imagine would make the coolest planters ever. Turns out, th.

Use copper pipe to turn a plain pot plant into a statement piece. So simple.

You have a plant? Update your preferred potted plant with a this DIY plant stand idea that makes sure to change your area. Check this out.

Raise your hand if you’ve found yourself a wee bit houseplant obsessed. Now, keep your hand raised if you’ve brought home a new plant in the past month. If your hand it still raised, I’d wager that yo

20 DIY Plant Stand Ideas That Make Your Plant More Beautiful

Raise your hand if you’ve found yourself a wee bit houseplant obsessed. Now, keep your hand raised if you’ve brought home a new plant in the past month. If your hand it still raised, I’d wager that yo

ADDING GREEN TO YOUR HOME

ADDING GREEN TO YOUR HOME (Take Aim)

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SEE ALL   |   12 OF 14    Wooden Planter It's no secret that potted greens can do wonders for a space, especially one that is lacking in color. This mid-century modern-inspired planter only requires a wooden bowl, ring display cones, and some epoxy cement. We know what we're doing this weekend.   Previous  PHOTOGRAPHY BY MANDI JOHNSON.  Next

12 of Our Favorite DIYs From A Beautiful Mess

Wooden Planter It's no secret that potted greens can do wonders for a space, especially one that is lacking in color. This mid-century modern-inspired planter only requires a wooden bowl, ring display cones, and some epoxy cement.

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