Having beautiful plants at home is wonderful, especially when they are in pots full of style and beauty. It turns out that buying vases is not always cheap and this is when we need to use creativity. This generous friend shows us that opting for recycled vases is one of the best ways to decorate the house with little expense and, of course, the benefits that this practice brings to the environment.
And when it comes to recycled pots, know that you can reuse just about any kind of packaging.
A good example of a recycled vase is glass jars of canned foods such as palm hearts and olives. You can use them for planting or as solitary pots. Pet bottles also make good recycled vases, as do milk crates and cans of tomato sauce and pea.
For smaller plants such as succulents and cacti, the sky and the edge. Here, you can reuse unmatched cups, cups, and even slightly deeper cutlery, such as bean shells. The kitchen, by the way, is a great place to pan recycled pots. Surely you must have an old pan, a rice colander, or a strapless teapot that is no longer fit for its initial function.
A great idea is to use paper bags to put the vase in or to coat it with that American game you’ve already gotten sick of. Another tip is to line the vase with newspaper sheets, books and magazines.
In fact, as you can see, anything – anything at all – with a little creativity can turn out to be a wonderful recycled vase or keeper, it will all depend on the style you want to give to your home decor.
So we have selected a series of 9 images of super creative and original recycled pots to inspire you at home.
Give them a chance, besides being economical, the recycled vases are original, authentic and stylish, check out: