Dot & Bo – Furniture and Décor for the Modern Lifestyle
A fish tank and garden all in one! Grow your own herbs and vegetables with this clever aquaponic farm. As your fish produces natural waste, it becomes fertilizer for the plants above. This three-gallon tank is the perfect home for a fish and up to six plants (plus whatever aquatic plants you choose to add to the tank itself).
Us@UO: Home for the Holidays
If you follow Urban Outfitters on Instagram, then you already know Sarah Kunst. Sarah is our community coordinator, aka: the girl behind the scenes making all the IG magic happen! One member of our amazing social media team, her role is multifaceted: not only is she is a master at capturing and posting inspirational moments, but also going out and discovering all the cool things that other people are posting within the UO community and in local UO stores. Sarah's history at UO starts on…
How to Macrame a Plant Hanger
FINISHED LENGTH: approx 4 1/2 ft, from top of ring to bottom tail. Will hold up to a 9″ diameter basket, container or bowl. MATERIALS USED: 50 yards gray 6mm braided macrame cord 1 – …
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My Hanging Goldfish Bowl
My hanging goldfish bowl, in a hanger that I made from odd bits of S-hook chain. This is an ideal way to keep a goldfish reasonably safe in a household with curious cats.
Макраме для дома и сада | Журнал Ярмарки Мастеров
Hanging planters... I recall when these were popular. I was never really liked them, although they are wonderful in this photo
Macrame Plant Hanger | Etsy
Colgador de plantas de macramé hecho a mano y temizado. La espiga de roble de 14 de ancho, plantadora de aproximadamente 52 de largo, sostiene una olla o jarrón redondo de 7. Colores: rojo superior, amarillo. blanco, fondo rojo claro ** Tenga en cuenta que esto tardará hasta dos semanas en
I saw these mini glass hanging bubbles last year in Garden Design Magazine. It was love at first sight, but I didn't like the price tag. I tucked them away in my memory wish list and thought, well "someday" I'll find those glass bubbles at a price I'm willing to pay? I think they are bubblicious! source source While poking around in one of my favorite floral supply stores last week I found the glass bubbles for a great price, about a third of what I found them on line for. I went a little…