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Love the apothecary chest filled w/ airplants!
Blogger Justina Blakeney displays her air plants in a surprising way: in a pine apothecary chest found in a thrift shop in Los Angeles.
This pine apothecary chest came from a thrift shop in Los Angeles. It's a creative solution to showcase her indoor plants from top to bottom.
Blogger Justina Blakeney displays her air plants in a surprising way: in a pine apothecary chest found in a thrift shop in Los Angeles.More:Air Plants for
with this pine apothecary chest. Found in a thrift shop in Los Angeles, the chest was repurposed in her "jungalow as a planter. It draws the eyes up to papier-mâché animal heads and is purposely placed by the window, exposing the plants to natural light. Tip: Don't be afraid to use apothecary chests creatively
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Love the apothecary chest - where is it from?
Apothecary chest...apothecary table...apothecary case
glass vessels. Vintage or new glass bottles with an amber hue look beautiful in a sunny window, lined up on a mantel or perched on a console. Clear apothecary jars are useful to have on hand too, but the great thing about colored glass containers is that they look beautiful even when empty. Of course, they