April 21, 2017
Hello Friday! I’m busy getting ready for my first furniture market and beyond excited about it! You’ll find me at Trader Mae’s in Apopka for their annual Spring Festival. I’m about to head out to grab fresh flowers to turn into arrangements for the event. That means if you stop by and see me, you can leave with a fresh arrangement for your home! I’m still feeling inspired from last week’s Fresh Flower Friday.
A perfect thing to do since it’s Fresh Flower Friday. But for today’s post, I’m going to step away from flowers and talk about succulents. You guys, they’re so hard to kill. I seriously have one that I forgot about from 3 months ago and it’s still alive. I love the simplicity and pop of green they bring to a space. Enjoy some of my favorite ways to incorporate succulents throughout your home!
Displaying Succulents On A Table Tray
When placed in a stylish pot or container, succulents make the perfect addition to any tray that’s placed on a table. I love how Eco Chic styled hers with candles, a large vase, and other items unique in shape. It’s the perfect amount of items and doesn’t give a cluttered look.
Hanging Succulents Near a Window
This is the year that I’m finally going to hang a few succulents next to a window in my home. It’ll be easy to do when using these gorgeous macrame plant hangers by Art by Antiko. These create a stunning look when grouping many plants together in a space.
Pops of Color
Then I found this gorgeous image of colorful succulents. Not all succulents are only green. I love the pop of color these cacti give this bathroom. Just be careful with these beauties!
Air Plants With a Copper Vibe
I think I saved the best way to decorate with succulents for last. I’m head over heels for this copper geometric air plant set by Planthropy. No dirt and no mess. Look how adorable! I can already pictur1e these in my guest bathroom, by the front door, and a few in my office.
Any of these succulent designs would make for a great weekend project! I’ll probably head to Orchard Supply Hardware to pick up a few. How do you incorporate succulents within your home?
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