Bali Inspiration – Basket Planters

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I walked into Quince Cafe here in Bali and instantly fell in love! The cafe is owned by an Australian/Indonesian couple. She’s a textile designer and they’ve created a space that celebrates fresh, organic living. From the food to the decor – it’s something that you notice the moment you walk in.

What really stood out were the abundance of potted plants – each in their own little woven basket. It’s such a good idea! Using a basket as a planter, softens the look and it’s something that we can easily do at home too.

There was so much inspiration all around, take a look:

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The taller the basket, the taller the plant. And you can just put the whole plant right in, plastic pot and all. It’s so simple.

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If you’re in Bali, do check out Quince, in Canggu. The food and the friendly smiles are even more stunning.


So, what do you think about baskets as planters?  Can you imagine a big hamper, sitting in the corner of your room with a tall fiddle leaf fig tree inside. So Bali, so beautiful!!

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Comments (2)

  • militza
    farini farick Reply

    Hi Militza

    I think the basket planters are beautiful; so natural. Where can i get them??

    militza

    Hi Farini, aren’t they gorgeous!! You’ll find in stores like Crate & Barrel, but I was thinking that even if you come across a small hamper basket, you can get creative and repurpose it as a planter! Let us know what you find! :)

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