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diy planter tables

It’s outdoor time! Are you looking for statement furniture and pieces for your outdoor areas? Or are you looking for ways to freshen up your home with growing greens and trendy succulents? I have a brilliant idea! Rock a plant table – a coffee or a dining table and your room will totally change.

Coffee / side tables

Coffee and side tables easily freshen up your interiors or give outdoor areas a pretty touch. You can renovate any coffee or end table you want with a planter in the middle and grow whatever you want. However, greens, succulents, and cacti are the best options.

Dining tables

A dining table with a planter is a bold statement for any outdoor area. The table can be clad in wood, concrete or stone or anything else you like. The planter can have a strip shape, a cross shape, or even frame the table however you like. In addition to growing greens or succulents, you can also grow edible herbs to eat right away with meals.

If you are a fan of bright colors, if you enjoy a cheerful or very sophisticated and chic decor that is ready to use out of the box, orange and its shades can be a great choice for your home. Light shades of orange are amazing for creating bold spaces and burnt orange is amazing for a very sophisticated interior. Today I want to share some ideas to incorporate these colors into kitchen decor. Let yourself be inspired!

First, decide which shades of orange you're going to attract: bright orange, orange to yellow, burnt orange, or even terracotta. They can be incorporated into many decoration styles. You need to understand how much color you are using and what mood you are trying to create. Terracotta and burnt orange work well in sophisticated spaces, while bright orange will literally add a happy feel to any kitchen. Do you use your shade of orange on the walls or do you prefer orange cabinets? You can create very interesting combinations with top orange and lower contrasting colored cabinets or just carry a single bright orange kitchen island with orange chairs or pendant lights.

Orange is not a very compatible color, but you can find a lot of interesting combinations besides combining it with neutral and white or black. Orange and gray, orange and dark green, mustard or bright yellow, even eggplant, blue green, navy and graphite gray - all these combinations are going to be super chic! Consider the style of your kitchen before choosing a suitable color scheme, or go bold and wild and rock out different colors, including bright oranges. Check out the ideas below and get inspired!

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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