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DIY planter from concrete or plaster. You need one large and one small plastic bowl, and a little plastic bottle cap to be the mold for a drainage hole at the bottom of your planter.

A slight slant to the rim trends these planters from the expected to the delightfully different. Statement pieces flank the door for a contemporary welcome or stage them together, short and tall, for a dynamic display of potted plants. Crafted of a lightweight combination of fiberglass, cement and sand that works indoors or out.<br /><br /><NEWTAG/><ul><li>Fiberglass, cement and sand</li><li>Drainage hole</li><li>For use indoors or out</li><li>Protect from freezing temperatures</li><li>Made…

A slight slant to the rim trends these planters from the expected to the delightfully different.

striped planters ♥️

These black and white striped planters could be relatively easy to DIY on a smaller scale, don't ya think?

Beyond OBSESSED with the new pot plant outside my office at HQ ! We will be posting more of our office interior soon at -SWx

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Love these Modern Black Plant Stands.

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NewPro Containers is a wholesale supplier of Lechuza planters and flower pots offering exclusive discounts to plantscaping professionals.

EPDM Planters — Work — Paula Hayes

Atlantic Ocean Landscape — Paula Hayes Pinned to Garden Design - Pots & Planters by Darin Bradbury.

huge planters!

Atelier Vierkant, is a Belgian company specialising in the production of handmade ceramics. Each pot is unique. In their own words “… at Atelier Vierkant the art of craftmanship is not dead.

#Raku is a baking technique originated in #Japan, in the midsixteenth century. During the extreme temperature change of cooling down, crazing or #cracking occurs on many of the glazed areas of the #pots @domanibelgium

is a baking technique originated in in the midsixteenth century. During the extreme temperature change of cooling down, crazing or occurs on many of the glazed areas of the

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