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Anthropologie Inspired Planters

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I have been eyeing Anthropologie mugs for a long and to make my desire even stronger Anthropologie recently launched an enticing collection of Leta, Concha, and many other garden planters. The moment my eyes set on those beautiful, vibrant planters, I wanted to recreate the look.
Let me first show you how beautiful these pots and planters are. Below is the range of Concha garden pots. Aren’t they beautiful beyond words? The patterns and colors of these planters are so interesting.
Anthropologie garden Planters
Image Source: Anthropologie
And look at these Leta Garden pots in below image. They are just gorgeous and can easily liven up any dull and boring space.
Image Source: Anthropologie
I have been hoarding some clay pots and broken bowls in a hope that some day I’ll put them to a good use.
Garden Planters
And here is my humble attempt to recreate the Anthropologie inspired look. I liked the colours and patterns so much that I didn’t add anything from my side (except a few).
Anthropologie Garden Pots
The bowls have four sides and I painted each side with a different pattern. Do you see, I painted my logo too 🙂
Anthropologie Inspired Pots
I planted the plants that were already flourishing and multiplying in my garden. Here are some more images from different angles.
Anthropologie Inspired Pots

Anthropologie Garden Pots
And here’s the final one to compare. Close enough? Yay or nay!!
handpainted Pots and Planters
Would love to hear a word or two from you, dear readers. How do you find my handpainted planters.

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