Awesome Yellow Drip Planter

Decorative plants allways have been our connection with the wild nature.They have their special place in our hearts and also our homes.Preserving them green and alive was allways tricky.Providing the right temperature , watering them some by spraying it on the leaves or pouring it at the roots and what do you do when you have a variety of plants with a variety of need.

Oh, and not to mention the ceramic planters.They don’t  fit anywhere.This is a perfect  example  of adapting an object to match your interior setting. A brown  ordinary planter was transformed in an actually design element.The original idea was to be painted in yellow but half way through.The drips were a “happy accident”as the author of this object said.He went out to take some fresh air  after sniffing up some chemicals from the paint and this is what he found when stepping in.A great project I would say and  a great color also matching a yellow Eames rocker chair.

The great thing about this project is that shows us how we can transform things from plain trivial objects into beautiful elements, carefully decorating our home and bringing a fresh modern look to our setting.Also the posibility of doing this activity at home with old paint, scrap materials and some simple tools is percived as fun and the only thing standing between you and an art object is your own imagination.{found on oldbrandnewblog}

Published by in DIY Projects, on December 3rd, 2011


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