Succulents are perhaps the simplest plants to maintain, perfect for those who want some nature inside of their homes, but aren’t botanists at heart. They can endure a lot and aren’t too fussy about where they can and cannot grow – which is a great thing, because the way we incorporate them into our home doesn’t have to be boring! Take a look at these unique DIY ways to include succulents into your home and find one that resonates with you the most!
Vertical Succulent Planter
Pots? What pots? Make this vertical wall planter instead! It’s such a unique idea your neighbors will surely want to copy it, making you the trend setter of the neighborhood! It looks incredibly neat and dynamic! It’s simple to make and Balcony Garden Web will show you how!
Why not make succulents a part of a centerpiece? This one is perfect for an everyday table setting, so no need to wait for a special occasion to come along – but if it does, all the better! Magnolia will show you how to make this gorgeous succulent centerpiece!
Succulent Bowl Garden
Succulents really aren’t picky with their homes; they’ll grow just about anywhere! Sometimes all you need for a succulent garden is a simple bowl! You can use a bowl you’re particularly fond of, to give it a special purpose, or go the other direction and choose one you’re not using anymore, but don’t want to throw away. Either way, Simplicity Relished is there for you!
Wreaths never go out of style! You can make them so personal and totally fitting for your home, who wouldn’t love them? This succulent wreath will last you a long time and it’s a fantastic way to bring some greenery into your home, especially if your interior has more neutral colors! Live Craft Love will show you how it’s done!
Succulent Driftwood Planter
For a truly rustic vibe, plant your succulents into driftwood. It will make a charming addition to the table setting and is especially fitting for outdoor brunches! You can also keep it indoors, of course, and so bring in a little piece of nature! If you like the sound of that, find out more at eHow!
Globe Succulent Terrarium
Succulent terrariums are very trendy at the moment, but why not get ahead of the trends and make a globe succulent terrarium?! It looks completely unique and draws so much attention it will be a lovely addition to any room! Thank Stephanie Lynn for the inspiration!
Bring a little succulent love into your home library by making these cute, subtle bookends we found at I Spy DIY. Who knows, maybe it’s about time we change up and revolutionize the bookcases that have been the same for years!
Succulent Fridge Magnets
Maybe you really don’t want big centerpieces or wreaths – that’s okay, we’ve got you covered! Check out these miniature succulents, made into real succulent fridge magnets! Talk about a unique project! The Country Chic Cottage knocked this one out of the park!
Succulent Outdoor Bench
If you have a limited space indoors, get your succulent on outdoors! You can really make a charming sitting area, filled with the good energy of your succulent plants that will thrive no matter the weather! A Kailo Chic Life shares the tutorial!
Just in time for Halloween you can utilize the pumpkins as succulent holders! It’s a great idea for fall decoration and replacing the usual plant holders! Sophisticated but seasonal, it’s the perfect combination! Want details? Hometalk has them!
Succulent Eggshell Planters
Look at these delicate eggshell planters! They are so impressive you won’t be able to get enough of them! This is a marvelous centerpiece that will leave your guests in awe! Make sure you have a steady hand gentle touch, then visit Little Inspiration for a lot of inspiration!
Does your kitchen need a bit of uplifting? Decorate it with some succulents that will happily occupy those kitchen items you don’t need anymore, but still cling to. The Young Austinian totally gets you; don’t miss a tutorial on how to make these succulents perfect for the environment of your kitchen!
Whether you’re a gardening expert or you’re still pretty green … you need some succulents in your home!