I had the opportunity to revamp a restaurant recently and the space had an intimate, yet industrial feel for it so my creative juices were happily flowing!
Now although I create content myself, this planter was made by using a video Nifty posted a few months ago.
I purchased all of the items from Bunnings (my new fave shop!) and improvised where I couldn’t find the items I wanted.
THH Difficulty Level:
What you’ll need:
– safety gloves, drop sheet and goggles
– small saw
– succulents and some plants. I used a combination of real and fake plants.
– crumbled paper
– Wall adhesives or nails to attach onto wall.
- Gather all your items.
- Wearing your protective gloves, take the saw and cut the 1mt pipe in three equal parts. Set aside and take the other pipe then cut 6 pieces which are about 5 to 6 inches long and another 3 pieces which are about 2 inches long.
- Start to build your pipe. Once you achieve a desired style, glue the fixture together and attach the brass tap to the bottom. Set aside overnight to set.
- Place on the drop cloth, and spray paint with black. Let it dry for an hour and turn over to spray other side.
- Spray the crumpled piece of paper with bronze paint and dab the pipe in different areas. Leave to dry.
- Now plant the succulents, and add the plants. I used a combo of real and fake plants which blended well.
- Attach to the wall using nails or adhesives.