Refresh your Home with Succulents
It’s the unofficial start of summer and we’re enjoying seeing our garden come to life! But what about indoors? If you’re looking to bring the outdoors in, try artificial succulents! Using artificial succulents is a great way to stay within your budget. You can mix faux with real flowers if you already have some or need to fill in space in your design. Since artificial plants don’t need to be watered, these looks can stay around for as long as you’d like!
To style your artificial succulents, use wooden planter boxes for a farmhouse look, or add to glass terrariums. You can use geometric candle holders or decorate with succulents in cute mini planter pots. We also have a few DIY tutorials you can try to truly refresh your home decorations!
Planter Box Succulents Centerpiece
Starting with a planter box, and some heavy duty wire-cutters style silk flowers, artificial greenery and faux succulents to best fit your space. If you're using real flowers here, sub styrofoam with foam floral bricks.
Vary the design of your centerpiece by mixing big florals with smaller sprigs of greenery and succulents. We used 3 pcs 12" tall Assorted Artificial Faux Succulent Picks Sprays Stems and 3 pcs 6" Assorted Green Artificial Succulent Echeveria Rosettes Picks Stems for our look as well as silk flowers. There's no wrong way to go here! Be sure to watch the video tutorial for more details, and one more smaller centerpiece!
You can really get expressive with greenery and artificial succulents, and we hope these DIYs inspires your next creative project! Tag us @BalsaCircle or #BalsaCircle if you make one of these home decorations, we'd love to see your beautiful arrangements!