If you love collectibles and prefer classic, timeless decoration–Take inspiration from these Vintage Style Indoor Plant Decoration Ideas!
If you’re a fan of classic, timeless decor in your home–there are a lot of ways to incorporate it; one of them is by growing plants in antique and old-style planters. Here are some really amazing Vintage Style Indoor Plant Decoration Ideas that you can use to add greens to your space.
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Vintage Style Indoor Plant Decoration Ideas
1. DIY Tiered Tray from Repurposed Enamelware Bowls
This tiered tray can be a great addition to tabletops and shelves, and you can grow small pots on it easily.
2. A Rustic Vase
Cover an old vase with news and wax paper to give it a rustic look. It’ll make for a great planter for any room.
3. DIY Metal Planter
Metal planters always have a vintage charm, and you can make them more beautiful with the help of this DIY.
4. Succulents in an Old Typewriter
An old typewriter will add a lot of vintage appeal to the place and serves as a great planter to grow succulents.
5. Cement Architectural Planter
Use an unpainted architectural planter as a beautiful planter to grow different succulents.
6. An Old Vase for Flowers
An old vase can be used to display cut flowers. You can also use fake ones.
7. Antique Copper Bowls
Use aged copper and brass items to grow plants. This will add a lot of vintage charm to the place.
8. Old Shoes as Flower Planters
An old pair of shoes hold a vintage look, and you can use them to grow bright flowers.
9. Desktop Planter
Desktops are a thing of the past, and growing plants in them along with shoes will induce a vintage vibe to space while adding an eccentric charm.
10. Old Tin Box Planter
If you’ve got some old things like this one above, use them to create cool planters.
11. Diary Planter
Old diaries or books can be used this way. Find more such ideas here!
12. A Rusted Alarm Clock
You can get one from a junk shop and use it creatively to grow small plants!
13. Plants in an Old Briefcase
A vintage briefcase can serve as an awesome planter to grow succulents. You can also decorate it with fake ones.
14. Vintage Stroller
Don’t give away that vintage stroller and use it creatively to grow indoor plants like aloe vera.
15. Vintage Silver Glass and Tray Planters
Grow succulents or display fake ones in old kitchen utensils. You can find more such ideas here.
16. Vintage Radio Planter
Vintage radios do induce the vibes of the 70s and 80s, and growing plants in one of them will surely make your space more interesting.
17. DIY Vintage Teacup Planter
Re-purpose your old vintage teacup into an attractive planter to grow mini succulents!
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18. Vintage Photo Frame Planter
Get retro-style picture frames to grow moss and succulents, or to keep them maintenance-free, use fake plants. We found the idea here.