Plant Stand. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 01:22:55 AM
One place that I have never bought a plant stand from but have seen really nice plant stands at, is at home shows. These places offer really nice quality goods for your home. They offer brand names and original finishes that are hard to finds in other places. Most of the time home shows carry designs that are patented and have numerous options for you to choose from with the best in technology available. Another great thing is that the plant stands are completely new. You can even take them home with you or if they do not have them on hand most of the time they will want to take your order and can ship straight to your door. The only negative is that they tend to be a bit pricey. Most of these booths at the home shows cost a bunch of money to rent and the prices show that. This is just another place to consider if you are looking for places to buy original indoor plant stands.
Initially, the stand should not take focus from the actual plant that it is holding. It is attractive, when you see an elaborate, beautiful stand, to select it on appearance on it`s own. But what happens when you bring it home and place your house plant on it... and all you notice is the stand, not really the plant? The whole idea of having houseplants, after all, is to appreciate the beauty of the plant itself. So while you undoubtedly want an interesting metal plant stand, you also want to ensure that it will highlight your plants, rather than overpower them. Think of your houseplant as a piece of art work, and the metal plant stand as the frame. It must stand out, but do so while remaining quietly in the background, supporting and showcasing the good thing about the plant.
If you are one of those people who thinks there is no such thing as too many plants in your home and garden, then you are probably also one of those people who is trying to figure out where to put them all and how to really show them off. The perfect solution for your dilemma is to start using plant stands. Why? Here are five answers to that very question: You can quit worrying about damaged floors. As you may already have discovered, when potted plants sit directly on a floor surface, the possibility of water damage is pretty high: moisture accumulates, containers leak and drain saucers overflow. When your plants are placed on the appropriate stand, however, you can completely eliminate that risk since whatever moisture there is will not be in direct contact with the floor.
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