Succulents have a thick, dense nature because they retain water …. like cacti. But we aren’t talking just about cacti when we’re talking about succulents. We’re talking about an array of green shades and fun textures that are alive and bring a bout of fresh air to any space of the house. We love using these to sprinkle around the house during the summer months, so let’s take a look at some real-life examples and learn what decorating with succulents is all about.
This arrangement of succulents in a box make for quite an artistic piece. And we love how they chose to jazz up the backyard with a beautiful, fresh array of textures, tones and spirits.
Hosting a dinner party anytime soon? Add some succulents into the mix for a super unique and refreshing tablescape. We guarantee your guests will be comments all night.
Use a small succulents as a piece of desk decor. It’s a quiet giant in the decor department as it freshens because it’s alive but creates an interesting, eclectic look no matter where it’s at. It’s certainly a double take accent.
Another beautiful box filled with succulents. This beauty can sit in the breakfast nook, on the bookshelf or even in the foyer to welcome guests into the house.
Take a succulent, pot into something unique like an antique creamer and then set it on the kitchen counter. Use it in a mixture for a centerpiece, whatever the case, this little cutie is certainly adorable.
Create a small collage on the window ledge. We love this idea for bay windows or openings in the front of the house. The succulents needs the sun and we adore the different heights and textures this design incorporates.
They may not be in the garden but they can certainly help to decorate the back porch area. And all you need to do to take the decor over the top, is to add some pizazz to the clay pots they’re in. The lace is quite charming right?
Create a terrarium with small succulents inside. This is such a fun project and it’s also a great way to style the coffee table or desk in your home office.
Sometime tiny is the best way to go. Place your succulents into small votives and create a tablescape full of summer romance.
No matter what succulent you chose or container you design to plant them in, styling is key. And succulents can be used to style anything from the coffee table to the dining room buffet to the mantle to the bar cart!