If you’re like me, you often face a lot of difficulties when it comes to putting designs together. I’ve spent countless hours at the craft store trying to make my own unique spin on things I found online just to leave empty handed. The thing is, there is nothing wrong with mimicking a garden design you found online. Although it has been done before, you will be left with a stunning piece of yard art when you are finished.
British Grown Foliage
I absolutely love the contrast between the brown crate and each of these flowers.
Spilled Flower Pot
How refreshing to find a spilled flower pot that isn’t broken!
Sometimes repetition can make the entire look a lot easier on the eyes.
Cedar Monogram Planter Box
I find this idea so clever. I’d imagine it working amazingly for a restaurant setting.
White Flowers w/Dark Foliage
There is something very regal and sophisticated about this look!
Even with only one or two main colors, you can add interest by varying the shades.
Want something adorable for indoors? Try out a DIY container guide and achieve this flawless look.
Blue and Tan Container
The blues work so well with a bathroom design!
Try painting a bright and fun color onto a metal basket and you’ve got a statement piece!
I am really digging these tiny plants. They’re suitable for limited space areas such as your desk on a small dining table.
It truly pays of to recycle when you make completely unique DIYs out of an otherwise useless piece of ‘trash’.
You can really make so many cool pieces out of recycled pieces or even simple store bought items. What’s your favorite way to style your container garden? Let me know in the comments!