Tigerlilly Quinn: Bringing the outdoors in with Command Brand

Monday, 25 July 2016

Bringing the outdoors in with Command Brand

command brand hook diy planters

If you remember back when Mabli was just a few weeks old I started working with Command Brand as their ambassador for the year. Along with a bunch of talented ladies we were set the task of coming up with ways of using the Command Brand products in our homes as part of make overs or DIY's.

I'm not sure if you've come across these products before but they are basically a must when it comes interior projects. You don't need any nails or screws and they don't mark the wall when you take them off either!

Back at Easter I came up with this egg box craft and now as we are fully embracing the British summer I thought it would be a fun idea to get some green into our home as well as in our garden.

command brand hook diy planters
command brand hook diy planters

I picked up these yellow hanging planters in the Oliver Bonas sale and the orange house from the Tiger store. I then used the Command Brands hooks to place them on the wall, I used the large hooks at the top and then two of the smaller hooks at the bottom just to hold the weight securely.

command brand hook diy planters

I love how something as simple as hanging some planters in our dinning room can really change the feeling of the space. If you wanted to switch them around all you need to do is pull on the sticky tab at the bottom of the hook and then it comes away from the wall without taking any plaster or paint work with it. Such a good idea for people like me who are fickle and change up their home decoration a lot!

command brand hook diy planters

Can you tell I have a thing for succulents and cacti? I did once manage to kill a cactus though, I think that's probably a skill ;)

command brand hook diy planters

What d o you think of this quick and easy interior project? Have you used Command Brand products before?

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