Monday, March 5, 2012


West Elm has launched an Indoor Garden line that I am really excited about. I love succulents and air plant, and I hear they are pretty easy to care for (a big plus for me). The terrariums and globes that are popular right now give the greenery a cool Sciencey look. They would blend well with a lot of different style homes from stark minimal to vintage shabby chic. The dull colors of cacti and succulents would also find  a place mixed in with a wide variety of room palettes. The plants range from $ 22.50- $37.50 and the containers from $8.00 -$129.00   

west elm

Another company on my raider is Flora Grubb Garden. They are a San Francisco based florist and their website is full of gorgeous flower arrangements and gifts. I love checking in on their blog for color inspiration, lately it has been featuring a lot of succulents and air plants. You can order these really unique gifts below on their online store. The Kits come with all the parts you need to create your own hanging or wall mounted mini garden. The kit prices range from $29.00 - $39.00 and would make a wonderful housewarming gift!

flora grubb gardens

 I first learned about Wearable Planter at the Indie Craft Experience.The Atlanta based jewelry designer, Colleen Jordan, creates these precious and delicate accessories with 3D software. The pattern is printed on materials like nylon and acrylic then hand finished. They make a sweet home for your favorite herb, a flower from your garden or a tiny succulent arrangement, and they just added a really cool collection for you bike too!

wearable planter

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As a lover of all things creative, I've created this blog to inspire and admire crazy good design. I own Kayte Designs, a small interior design firm with a focus in Hospitality, Residential and Office Design. We are based out of Atlanta, GA.