Santorini wall by MySunnyBalcony

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Frameworth added this to Surprising Ways to Use Blue in Your Home15 July 2017

2. Pretty pots in a row These cheery Santorini-styled cerulean-blue terracotta pots subtly spice up the dull white wall of a house. Such a line-up of pots is ideal when there’s a paucity of space to place plants. One can opt for a monochrome tone or use three different colours on the pots to create a happy ambience. Tip: When choosing plants for potting, opt for succulents or the ‘bead’ variety that will grow in the sun and as well in the shade.8 gardens for compact spaces

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 16 Stunning Walls That Say Look at Me14 March 2017

11. Thinking differentlySometimes even accessories can make a wall! Look at this vertical garden by MySunnyBalcony with teal coloured pots and lush green plants against a light wall. Doesn’t it paint a pretty picture?

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to Colour Me Bold: 11 Ways to Energise Your Home14 October 2016

11. To your outdoorsWe sometime tend to neglect our outdoor spaces or at least don’t give them the attention we usually give to our interiors. Be it the entrance to the house or the small balcony or the garden area – we often only do the basic minimum. This wall by the entrance, which no one would have given a second look to, gets a surprising facelift with the blue bright pots. How can anyone miss this now? You could also add more vibrancy to your outdoor spaces by bringing in bold coloured accessories or furniture pieces. See an Indian home that uses colour in the most fantastic of waysRead more:Houzz Tour: Powder-Puff Colours Make This a Dreamlike HomeHow to Use Colour in Your Living RoomTell us:What have been your greatest challenges while adding colours to your interiors? Write in Comments below.

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Augustin Bonnichon-Py added this to Mes idées17 July 2021

idée de pots (pas ce style) pour habiller un mu et "casser" la hauteur