11 Unique Ways to Use Succulents in Your Home
Despite their name, succulents really don’t suck. Truth be told, they’re kind of awesome. Super low maintenance and perfect for those who lack a green thumb, succulents can add a bit of greenery to any space, giving it new life. Since we’re such big fans of the succulent trend, we’ve rounded up 11 unique ways to add succulents to your home. Whether you’re creating an eye-catching placement setting or a year-round wreath, you’ll never want to go back to fancy, high maintenance plants again.
1. Cork Planter Magnets: If you have a drawer full of corks you’re just waiting to upcycle, try this easy DIY. It’s a simple way to add a little bit of greenery to your fridge. Bonus, they’re also SUPER cute. (via Upcycle That on Snapguide)
2. Landscape Light Planters: Decorate your driveway by re-using your old landscape lights as planter pots. Just add a bit of soil and your favorite succulents and you have some seriously eye-catching outdoor decor. (via Botanical Photography on Snapguide)
3. Succulent Dish Garden: Feeling a little artsy? This garden’s design was inspired by Monet’s Water Lilies. Recreate it yourself to add a pop of bright color to your outdoor space. (via Shmarz on Snapguide)
4. Letter Form Vertical Succulent Box: Give your garden a touch of personalization by filling a letter form box with your favorite succulents. They also make for one awesome wall hanging. (via John-Carlos Lozano on Snapguide)
6. Succulent Composition: One big happy family. Check out these tips and tricks from floral experts on transplanting succulents and arranging them in a way that’s sure to turn a few heads. (via Flora Grubb Gardens on Snapguide)
7. Succulent Terrarium: The perfect size for your desktop, these tiny terrariums bring a bit of the outside to your indoor work space. A great way to welcome a new coworker in the office. (via on Snapguide)
8. Succulent Wreath: With the holidays coming up, we’re getting excited to deck the halls with… succulents. Just add them to a wire wreath, and you’ve got a low-maintenance piece of decor that you can enjoy year round. (via Shmarz on Snapguide)
10. Terrarium Tabletop Garden: Tabletop gardens like this one don’t require a lot of upkeep. Add one to a coffee table, kitchen countertop or home office to give it a bit of life. (via Justin Lanier on Snapguide)
11. Birdcage Planter: This planter makes for one easy upcycle. An old bird cage, a few succulents and some soil are all you need to create a unique addition to any indoor or outdoor space. (via Upcycle That on Snapguide)
If you’re really digging the succulent trend, B+C has a great Succulent Gardening Class that shows you how to add a little life to any small space!
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