Friday, June 1, 2012

DIY Indoor Planter

 A few years back my mom found this super unique antique planter. I was crazy for it, so she let me have my way and create my very own indoor garden. Here is what I did:

I used a mixture of sand and garden soil for the dirt mixture since I have a wide variety of plant types.  


  1. I loveee that pot & everything you planted!!

    1. Thanks Attalie,

      I love thrifting and came across this planter with me mum about 7 years ago somewhere in Michigan and never regretted the purchase to date:)

  2. I got to see it in's beautiful!! ;)

  3. When I stepped into the showroom, I felt like I was in Provence.
    The scent of lavender and the sound of running water from the antique limestone fountain along with the incredible selection of French garden antiques were really impressive. If you are looking for very large garden ornaments, French planters, etc. this is the showroom to visit. A total of 15,000 square feet of the most incredible French garden antiques, French limestone fountains, fireplace mantels and the most selective collection of planters from France with immediate availability. Each piece feels real, the atmosphere is so calming and rural. A true and unique gem to be found in West Palm Beach! Their website is