Despite concerted efforts at cultivating a green thumb, I’ve never quite been able to unlock the mystery of houseplants. So thank goodness I married a man with an innate (rugged, but nurturing) ability to keep plants green. Though I may not get a gold star in raising plants, I do quite love scheming up cool ways to house the plants my husband grows. Most recently, I DIY’ed a mid mod planter for a mini-palm that was sitting homeless in our living room. And it was as simple as stacking two Target bowls on top of one another (and adhering them together of course!).
I LOVE this planter for it’s Mid Century simplicity, and the modern platform it creates for the mini palm! The two bowls I used were this one & this one . Hop over to Sugar & Cloth for the full tutorial!
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As you guys know, I’m a DIY contributor for Homedit, and they’re pretty flexible about the project topics I write for them. Often I pitch projects that I personally need or have been wanting to add to my own home, because I always feel I do my best work when I’m personally excited about the project. This concrete planter is no different.
We’re approaching that time of year here in Minnesota when we’ve seen just about enough snow, and are more than ready to welcome Spring with open arms. It’s likely though we’ll be trudging through snow for another month, so if we want to see green, we’ve got to take matters into our own hands. So here I am with this DIY minimal concrete planter project to help usher in the greenery. Here’s hoping it’ll tide us over until Lady Spring gets here. Scroll down for the tutorial link!
Usher Spring into Your Home with this Concrete Planter
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