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love this: succulents

liz lamoreux

top photo: my kitchen window, pots from Home Depot | wreath from Pottery Barn (and awesome tutorial for a DIY version) | my hanging terrarium from my brother (similar terrariums here and here) | terrariums with wood base from West Elm | terrarium necklace from Fairie Nest on Etsy

It's official: I am obsessed with succulents! And I've gathered a few succulent-inspired items to share today from pins I've come across on Pinterest (and from my home).

For Christmas, my brother gave me that little hanging terrarium + tiny succulent, and I have kept it alive (aka I have remembered to give it a quick shower once a month), and it just makes me so happy.

Then a few weeks ago I started seeing Elise's Instagram photos of her succulents (and the cute favors she made), and suddenly I started to become a bit obsessed with the thought that this could be the plant I could have in almost any room in the house. And. keep. alive.

Yes.

So when my mom was here, we went to Home Depot and bought several small succelent plants for the kitchen, family room, bedroom, and studio. They are so darn cute!

I'm thinking about getting a few terrariums like the ones from West Elm because I love the idea of adding a bit of moss and maybe a few good things that Ellie brings home with us from our walks along Puget Sound.

And I'm learning I'm not alone with this succulent obsession. When I posted a photo of ours on Instagram and Facebook the succulent lovers raised their hands. Next up is researching how to add them to our backyard because they thrive outside here in the Pacific Northwest. 

Are you a succulent lover too? Would love to hear about any secrets/tips you have.