It’s no secret that the internet has caught onto the succulent craze. These hardy little desert plants come in a cool range of shapes, without the high maintenance of their floral cousins. They’re an effortless, organic accent to any space. Laid-back weekends are the perfect opportunity to pick up some of these green friends, and this edition of Weeken(DIY)ing is chock-full of stylish ideas for sprucing up your pots and planters.
Warm, shimmery copper looks great on any accessory, and this easy DIY from Blue Bird Kisses lets you add a little burnished charm to your succulents as well. These chic planters actually started out as small cream and sugar pots, but the elegant teatime aesthetic is perfectly fitting for a crisp succulent.
If you want to make a visual statement, draw the eye up. StyleCaster‘s Bohemian-inspired hanging arrangement is a bold take on the trend. Ombre-style dye and cotton twine netting are a fun pairing. Ideal for an airy loft or open-layout concept.
Here’s a cool fact: All cacti are succulents, but not all succulents are cacti. The cactus has a long and venerable history in home décor, adding a Southwestern vibe to any room. Sugar & Cloth puts the spotlight on this prickly plant with their pastel mid-century modern pots. Our favorite feature: vintage-looking wooden legs dipped in metallic gold paint.