I’m all about everything plant related. But lately, I’ve cut back on my indoor plants, and when I say cutting back, I mean literally. I’ve pruned the heck out of all of my house plants because apparently, I have a green thumb and my living room is starting to resemble an old hippy commune. So on my last visit to Home Depot (my second home), I resisted the temptation to buy, yet another depressed looking Pellaea and instead picked up a cute little cactus that I have named Murray. And thus began my love affair with succulents. Murray is great. He hardly drinks a drop, if I go away for 2 weeks I don’t come back to any green murder scene (I know I’m being dramatic, I blame too many episodes of CSI) and he never seems to get any bigger. And he is no ordinary green cactus, he has a bright red bulbous top that I think really gives him character. I know what you’re thinking, if I have such a spectacular green thumb, why am I trading in my luscious greens for a pokey cacti? Because I like my houseplants tidy. I don’t want to have the creeping all over my living room with their little viney leaves dropping along as they go. I like to keep things neat, and with Murray, I get neat. No leaves, no mess. So why the diatribe on houseplants? What does this have to do with these gorgeous circular, see-through wall planters? Well, I’ll tell you. They are the perfect home for lovely, petite succulents. They show them off beautifully and are super easy to take care of. I found them, where I find all of my most interesting purchases lately, ETSY. Toss out your old, dirty houseplants (ok, don’t do that. Maybe donate them?) and become a succulent lover like me! Want one for yourself? Purchase them here.
Tracy Fay is the Editor in Chief of Modern Urban Living. One day, she'll be a filthy rich, obnoxiously pretentious curator of modern wares. She'll reside in her ultra glamorous European flat with her sweet, but no nonsense maid and her fabulously gay assistant. Until then, she manages and writes this blog from the eclectic neighborhood known as Bushwick, Brooklyn, NYC.