Made of two identical sides, the Tree Pot gives an established arbol the look of a potted tree. With no cutting, digging, or root reassesment necessary, the Tree Pot by PID plays with scale and arrangement, and provides a perfect place to sit.
Have you seen those AreoGarden deals? They’re usually displayed in stores with plastic ‘herbs’ growing in them, which only highlights the less than aesthetically pleasing design of the contraption itself. Studio Shulab has come up with a 2 in 1 alternative that actually looks good.
The lamp uses LED and the center bit telescopes so you can raise it as your herbs grow higher. It’s in the concept stage right now, but hopefully it will be available soon. Continue Reading
The Lifestyle section of MSN offers an article from Country Living on the myriad options of growing contained greenery. “The most utilitarian of garden objects, pots serve several vital functions. First, they're home to plants we can’t or don't want to grow directly in the ground (this includes house plants). In regions where the soil is dense with clay, containers offer gardeners a welcoming environment in which t nurture plants that sulk and die in heavy soil, such as lilies, tomatoes, and lavender. Continue Reading
A while back while ogling property in the historic district of Savannah, GA, I saw some interesting lamps sitting on the window ledges of a building occupied by the Savannah College of Art and Design. Although I don’t know how the lamps were made, they were easy to reproduce. This is my interpretation of them. Note, some wiring experience would be helpful with assembly, but, still, it’s an easy project. I found the electrical supples at Menard’s. Continue Reading