air plants

If you’re anything like me, you have a black thumb. You know, one who kills plants? I’ve always loved the look of greenery in a living space because it adds that much more color and texture but they never end up lasting long enough to make it worth my while. Enter air plants. All they require is a little spritz of water every other week and some indirect sunlight. Easy enough right?

I’m thinking about picking up a few of these from etsy seller Robin Charlotte‘s little shop. I adore that they’re housed in little urchins and shells! And wouldn’t they make the best happy birthday or get well gift? So much more interesting than you average arrangement…

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  • http://twitter.com/JulieLeah Julie

    I love these! I’ve been looking for some little plants to put in my bathrooms and on my entry table. These are fantastic! Thank you, Sarah – you always have the best finds!

    • http://www.chevronsandstripes.com/ sarah | chevrons & stripes

      I’m so glad you like! I aim to please ;) Also, I spend way too much time on the internet and etsy in particular, haha…

  • http://www.facebook.com/nikkirap Nikki Rappaport

    They remind me of Marcel the Shell :)

    • http://www.chevronsandstripes.com/ sarah | chevrons & stripes

      SO true! Treats and snoozin’, snoozin’ and treats…

  • http://www.peppermintsandpixiedust.blogspot.com/ Maria Larsen

    I love these little shells, though I have a black tumb as well. I’m not even sure if I could keep these little babies alive.
    xo, Maria
    http://www.peppermintsandpixiedust.blogspot.com

    • http://www.chevronsandstripes.com/ sarah | chevrons & stripes

      Not gonna lie, I’m a little nervous about that too… The good news is, if they die you’re still left with a really pretty shell!

  • The Short and the Sweet of It

    I adore this idea! I have a black thumb and usually go for succulents ;)

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