Looking for ways to bring color to your home? Well, I have a trendy solution for you, the ever beautiful yet low maintenance succulent plants!
Succulent plants are popular for a reason. With juicy stems, leaves, or roots, and almost endless color variations, succulent plants offer easy-care choices to bring color to your home. Whether planted alone or with companions, they’re an amazing celebration of colors and a trendy home decor no one can tell that they are living things.
20 Amazingly Beautiful Succulent Plants: The Hip DIY Trend To Bring Color To Your Home Living
There are 2 major things I learned when I first tried to plant these succulents. First, i you want these fat plants to flourish, you need to make sure its potting soil must be well-drained. Second, never overwater the succulents! I thought that these cute plants are like the rest of the plants I have in my garden. Obviously, I was wrong, and you guess it right, I drowned these poor little things.
Learning the characteristics of these succulent plants, I also learned over time if you are using transparent containers, be sure to completely cover the roots with moss or gravel, because light exposure is harmful to them. Having said all those tips, let’s now get in on this hip DIY trend with these 20 amazingly beautiful succulent plants.
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All terrariums are unique and beautiful. To have a lasting natural display choose a succulent plant perfect for a terrarium environment. Find the tutorial here.
2. Succulent Soup Cans
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This is what you call the magic of upcycling. Repurposing colorful empty tin cans will surely brighten up any spot. Find the tutorial here.
3. DIY Disco Ball Succulent
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Display your inner party animal with this DIY disco ball succulent! Remove the top of your mini disco ball ornaments, fill it with soil and plant your succulent, then watch it become a show-stealing decoration. Find the full tutorial here.
4. Woven Bead Succulent
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If you’ve got kids who love to play with colorful beads, the next time you see them doing so you know what to do. Join them and create a planter that’ll house your trendy succulent. It’s bound to be a lovely project that you can have with your kids. Get the full tutorial here.
5. Succulent Eggshell Centerpiece
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The next time I’ll make an omelet, I’ll be careful not to totally break the shell in half because I can use it to house my succulent plants to have a centerpiece that is sure to make a statement of unique beauty. Find the tutorial here.
6. Vintage Succulent Plants
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Borrow this wonderful vintage succulent plants idea and give your home the warmth of vintage style.
7. Go Bold and Bright Succulent
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Use brightly colored pots or containers to make succulents plants stand out and become a beautiful statement piece to impress your guests. Find out how here.
8. Succulent Bottles
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You can definitely find plenty of uses for empty wine bottles but using it to house your succulent plants is an ingenious and charming way to make a statement. Find the tutorial here.
9. Brass Succulent Plants
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I love how clean these brass succulent plants look! They are sure to become a stunning piece on your mantle or any other spot that needs a little facelift.
10. Outdoor Succulent Patio
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Succulents of various sizes, including desert cacti, can easily flourish in containers on a patio, creating a lavish space full beautiful colors and a variety of styles. Click here to read more.
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11. Birdcage Succulent Plants
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Stuff an antique birdcage with exquisite succulents that have a bit of floral look to create a lovely outdoor ornament. Get the tutorial here.
12. Seashell Succulent Garden
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For an adorable beach accent perfect for both indoors or outdoors, plant little succulents in shells you’ve collected at your last beach trip and line them up.
13. Succulent Pillow Garden
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Give your old pillows a new lease of life as succulent containers. These beauties will look amazing on your outdoor seating. Get the tutorial here.
14. Succulent Monogram Wall Art
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This succulent monogram wall art is an amazing statement piece that is sure to spruce up a boring wall in your home or even in your office. Find the tutorial here.
15. Selective Indoor Succulent Boxes
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Combine different colors, shapes, and material to create an eclectic display of indoor succulent garden. Click here to read more.
16. PVC Succulent Outdoor Garden
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Give your outdoor display that architectural upgrade just by cutting PVC in different lengths and getting creative with the placement. Find the tutorial here.
17. Succulent Wall Garden
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A picture frame or an old drawer can be easily transformed into an amazingly beautiful work of living wall art that can be displayed indoors or outdoors. This wonderful display features tiny and colorful varieties of succulents to give your home that boost of color. Click here to read more.
18. Vintage Succulent Toolbox
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Transform an old, rusty toolbox into a succulent container that will add that shabby chic touch to homes or patios. Find the tutorial here.
19. Succulent Fairy Garden
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Give in to your fairy fantasy and display your creativity by making this easy yet super cute succulent fairy garden. Find the tutorial here.
20. Living Succulent Wreath
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Succulents are amazingly unique and sturdy, you can even use them as a living wreath that is perfect all year long. Get the tutorial here.
Still up for more succulent plant ideas? How about a succulent dish garden? Check out this video from Christine Kobzeff:
There are a lot of ways to bring colors into your home. With the hardy succulent plants, you’ll have no reason not to be able to make them flourish. Even if you don’t have that green thumb gift!
Which succulents plant is your favorite? Let me know in the comments section below!
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