Air Plant Display in a Wine Crate

“I really was not in the mood to look for a quote.” – sue me Our wonderful neighbors gave us some wine crates and we bounced ideas around on what to do with them. Knowing how we are…

Tillandsia on Tile

“Keep your love of nature, for that is the true way to understand art more and more.” -Vincent van Gogh If you love mounted Air Plants but are tired of wood, they can also be mounted on other things like the brick we used

Enhancing Your Driftwood: An Example of Our Custom Work

“Good design is a lot like clear thinking made visual.” — Edward Tufte Tillandsia come in many shapes, sizes, color and some are very fragrant!

Air Plant Projects from Scrap Materials

“The future belongs to those who understand that doing more with less is compassionate, prosperous, and enduring, and thus more intelligent, even competitive.” – Paul Hawken We don’t like to waste anything and sometimes the challenge to use only scraps can lead to weird and unusual things

Make a “Faux” Bonsai Tree with Air Plants

“Remember, if your tree died, you killed it. They don’t commit suicide.” -Hec DeBrabant If you have ever owned a Bonsai Tree you have most likely killed the cute little thing like many, many, many others have done. Of course, you don’t want to throw it out because

Relaxed Beach-Style Sign

“May your time be filled with relaxing sunsets, cool drinks and sand between your toes.” -Anonymous Living about 4 miles from one of the top-rated beaches in the country, we felt we needed an, “At the Beach” beach-style sign.

An Air Plant That Commands Attention

“There is something of the marvelous in all things of nature.” -Aristotle If you are looking for something unique to greet your house guests as they come to your door, this crazy looking tillandsia (air plant) is bound to make an impression!

A Piece of Paradise on Cork

“Man’s heart away from nature becomes hard.”  -Standing Bear

Gnarly Wooded Air Plants

“The poetry of the earth is never dead.”  -John Keats Mounting air plants (Tillandsia) on wood is really easy and very easy to care for. They need no potting soil to grow and normally anchor themselves to a tree and gather moisture and nutrients from the air (hence the name) and other decaying matter like […]