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As part of a series called 5 Easy Pieces, we’ll be gathering our favorite upcycled, re-purposed, vintage, and handmade stuff from around the web for you to buy or make yourself. So stay tuned for quick lists of 5 must-haves and get ready to wish you had thought of that.
Magnetic Succulent Wall Garden
This wall garden ($170) is planted with tiny, low maintenance succulents. What’s better is that it’s magnetized, so you can post notes, family photos and more on it.
To pick up this multi-functional gem, visit Etsy.com/shop/GOATHEADdesigns?auto=format.
Meet Wally ($40). This wall planter is made entirely of recycled plastic bottles and provides the perfect environment for plants to flourish. It doesn’t get more eco-friendly than this.
To pick up this little wonder, visit Woollypocket.com.
Customizable Air Plant Teardrop Terrarium Window
Wall gardens come in all different forms. This customizable terrarium window ($265) adds a stylish flair and a bit of green to your wall. Available in different shapes, colors, and sizes, get the perfect one for your space.
To pick up this artful garden, visit Krrb.com/RootsinRust?auto=format
Urbio Big Happy Family
Urbio makes products specifically designed to maximize space in small, urban living quarters. Their “Big Happy Family” model ($175) comes with a variety of vessels and magnetic plates to get you started on building your wall garden (or jungle if you will).
To pick up this horticultural building block, visit Myurbio.com
Turn a Pallet into a Garden
So you’ve always dreamed of a lush, green yard but got stuck with a small balcony in a five floor walk-up. Don’t despair! This Wall Garden DIY breaks it down on how to make a discarded supermarket pallet into the mini garden of your dreams.
To get the step by step instructions, visit Lifeonthebalcony.com
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