Nature Infused Interiors

Since my boyfriend and I both work from home, we’ve decided it is imperative to infuse our interior space with a little more nature for the summer (or until we kill the plants, which might be sooner than later). You may have noticed on instagram that we got our kitchen herb garden started last weekend, but that was just the bare necessities. Our goal is to introduce one to two large plants to add height to our living room, and then adorn our bookshelf with smaller plants. I have a Sprout Home gift card burning a hole in my pocket, but first, I pulled some nature infused interiors for inspiration…
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Mod Pots

I finally bought herbs to grow in my kitchen, so far so good, they haven’t died yet… its been 3 days. The poor little guys are sitting in their store-bought plastic containers, in desperate need of new, stylish homes. Ginger Mint, Sweet Basil and Rosemary were my herbs of choice, and I am partial to putting them into some-what-mod planters. If I had an unlimited budget, and didn’t have the rest of the apartment to furnish, here are some of the planters I would buy…

metal stand planter $98.  striped planter with tripod $110.geo planter $54. tripod pot $46. 

Do you know of any other fabulous planters for less?

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