INSPIRATION | Potted Cactus

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One of my local plant stores is moving locations, so they are having a massive sale on everything including amazing cactus. I was so overwhelmed with choices, I only left with a couple, but after searching Pinterest, I found of ton of inspiration that is making me want to go back for more. I love how the large ones bring height to a room, and the idea of grouping a bunch together with different shapes to create something super visually interesting. Next up is finding a pot for each one, good thing I have a ton of ideas to pick from! What do you all think of decorating with cacti? Fun or too prickly for you?
INSPIRATION VIA1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 910





  1. Midsby says:

    Searching for perfect pot is a fun part:) I have one tiny cactus in my room, but I love how beautiful they look in group.

  2. Michelle says:

    Wow, there are so many ways to stage a cactus, I love all of them! The paper bags look extraordinary!

  3. Neeltje | Thoughts in Style says:

    I love these! X

  4. Desi / My Lovely Hook says:

    I’m a big fan of cacti 😉

  5. Carol Costa says:

    Cactus são mesmo um charme e super fáceis de cuidar! Beijos

  6. Taylor - Lights Camera Catwalk says:

    Obsessed with numbers 2 and 10!

    Xx Taylor

  7. Sherry says:

    I love cactus plants. So easy to take care of them. Also love flowering cactus.

  8. Gina says:

    So cool! Nice inspiration <3

  9. Nicole Emily Heath says:

    Ugh I just love them and want them all!!! xx

  10. Lillian says:

    Cacti are my new obsession!!! I hear it takes them 15 years to grow one foot! Thanks for sharing! Who doesn’t love a little green in there decor!

  11. Shehla says:

    these are so cute! I love cacti and succulents, I want to put them everywhere in the new living room!

  12. Elishia says:

    I’d be so worried that I’d trip and face plant into them… But I do like them. I think I’m going to need plants that don’t need too much daylight. These are all designed so nicely and could work with other leafy greens?

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