Fresh cut flowers are the perfect way to add a pop of unexpected color!
I love the look of these tall planters on top of a kitchen island filled with simply greenery.
Copper pieces can make great planters and I love the way they look with light pink tones!
Clear pedestal dishes also make great planters and are super easy to thrift!
A great idea to put shelves for planters in front of any open window in your home!
I love a simple vase of brightly colored flowers on any kitchen table!
Lots of great examples of both plants and cut flowers in this farmhouse kitchen!
Match your flowers with your bright decor for a color saturated look!
via Greige Design
Every dining table deserves an over-the-top floral arrangement. Large serving bowls work great for creating a lush look.
Filling an old distressed cabinet or dresser is a great way to re purpose old or damaged furniture.
via The Brick House
A great midcentury planter with a simple plant is all you need for a chic looking entry!
Create a whole wall of plants for a real statement!
Use unexpected items as planters. This vintage flour sifter planted with succulents will look so adorable displayed in a kitchen.
via The Design Files
A great example of simple houseplants mixed with minimal decor.
via The Nester
A neutral color scheme looks great with simple green houseplants.
We have TONS of vintage planters in the store, but sometimes it's hard to imagine how they look with plants in them--Look how adorable they look filled with succulents and other plants!
via Salvage Saavy
I LOVE using eucalyptus around my home. It looks great even after it is dried up and adds a subtle scent to your home. I'm crazy about the giant jar of eucalyptus on the mantle of this home!
via Pink Wallpaper
A giant jar of brightly colored wildflowers is the perfect accessory for this chic black and white dining room!
via Martha Stewart
Another great idea for plants inside the home. Follow the link for more info on creating your own water garden- no soil required!
A bright white mantle filled with mismatched planters, silver pieces, mercury glass, and succulents!
via Smith, Here!
Succulents are also a sweet touch to your coffee table decor!
Tarnished silver pieces make great planters as well, and look awesome grouped together!