Four Finds: Succulents

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Four Handmade Finds From Around the Web...

Latest home decor trend? Succulents. These happy, little, care-free plants are perfect for your desk, the bathroom or any small space. Even if your thumb is not even close to green (mine is not), you can manage succulents! We found an array of handmade pots and planters you can use to make a little garden for yourself.

Mini Concrete Planter Set ($15+) by The Birch, The Bear & The Bee in Lynchburg, VA. You can select a variety of gold painted finishes to combine in your set and display them as a group or as accents around the house.

Archromo Planter and Tray ($75) by Light + Ladder in Brooklyn, NY creates a "conversation between architecture and nature" with their stoneware planters.

Large Icosahedron Concrete Dish in Dark Gray ($30) is made with hand-poured concrete by The Savvy Heart in Seattle, WA. Icosahedron means a figure with twenty faces.

Faceted Geometric Planter ($45) is handmade in maple or walnut by Fernweh Woodworking in Bend, OR. The interior has been waterproofed so you can plant directly.