What is the one thing you’d love to bring into your car, but haven’t found a way to do so yet? Succulent planters, obviously!
I love it when I find a way to bring more plants into my life. They’re everywhere- in my kitchen, bathroom, every window sill is covered in greenery. And now, outside the home can be blessed with these little green beauties too!
Introducing, mini hanging succulent planters for your car.
The best thing about succulents is that they are super easy to take care of, and to keep alive, even if you’re not one of those people others would consider having a green thumb. Of course, you can always take the easier option and use a faux plant instead of a real one if the concern of having a real plant in the car bothers you.
Today, we’re looking at designs from CottonAndTreeHome on Etsy.
Remember macrame? That cool craft of the 60’s and 70’s has made quite a comeback lately, and it looks like it might be here to stay. Macrame hanging planters were a staple in nearly every household at one point. I can remember the house I grew up in had them displayed everywhere, and wow were they beautiful. The intricate knots, the way the cotton rope cascaded downward like a waterfall, it was a way to bring bliss into the home.
And now, you can bring that same bliss and nostalgia into your car.
CottonAndTreeHome offers a range of colours so you can have just the right matching aesthetic for your car or yourself. Personally, I love the Dusty Mint.
According to their Etsy shop, you can either purchase the hanging planter on its own, if you’d like to add your own little plant, or with a clay pot and a faux eucalyptus sprout.
The macrame hangers are made from 100% cotton strings, and hangs from a 2″ loose-leaf ring which can be clipped pretty much anywhere.
Totally perfect for your rearview mirror! The plant hanger is approximately 10.5 inches long. The mini terra cotta pot is approximately 1.75 inches wide, and 1.5 inches high.
There are so many options to choose from! Which one is your favourite? Check out the Etsy shop for more macrame options and ideas, and remember to keep spreading those 70’s vibes of love!