Create your Indoor Garden City

March 22, 2019 3

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Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

Spring has sprung! Not only am I prepping my balcony, but I am also so happy that my indoor plants are growing again. I admit, I also added a few new plants to the home – blame it on the sunshine! And with new plants comes the need for new plant pots, right? And right in time I received a few beautiful new pieces from Räder, a German brand offering beautiful ceramics, home accessories and gifts. Their latest products have a charming name: Garden City and City Garden (Gartenstadt and Stadtgarten in German). Why this name? Well their new planters are little houses that invite the user to combine them into a little ‘garden city’ – a great idea for a centerpiece on your dining table or the windowsill.

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

The cute new planters invite the user to play with them. First, I placed them loosely on my dining table as a fun center piece. One planter went to the kitchen as a little herb house. Then I tried a new setting: placing them along other plants on my windowsill. I think in both ways they look just wonderful and really catch the eye. I particularly like the cubic houses as they remind me of the Cycladic architecture from the Greek isles. A bit of a holiday memory for the windowsill!

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

The new planters from Räder come in various sizes: the cubic houses come in small in large (combine a large one with two small ones for a lovely effect) and the ‘Garden City’ houses with metal framing come in three sizes – small, medium and large. The large one is a great option for herbs in the kitchen – think of a kitchen windowsill. They work great together or separately – the more you combine, the greater the ‘Garden City’ effect is!

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

Räder, plants, planters, plant pots, indoor garden, garden city, Urban Jungle Bloggers

So are you ready to create your indoor garden? Spring has sprung after all! Happy planting and decorating!

This blog post has been brought to you in collaboration with Räder. As always all opinions and photos are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands who support this blog!

Photography by Igor Josifovic

 

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  • Reply Damiana Sousa March 23, 2019 at 17:22

    Thank you for sharing! Just took a look at Räder’s website and become instantly addicted! 🙂

    • Reply Igor March 25, 2019 at 09:32

      Happy you like it too Damiana! Muito obrigado!

  • Reply Yuna Kabuyagi April 5, 2019 at 13:24

    I’m guamsiori on Instagram’s user name and I’m always readin’ ur blog happily,Thanks for the wonderful idea!!

    • Reply Igor April 8, 2019 at 08:32

      Oh thank you so much Yuna!!! Nice to e-meet you here too!

  • Reply AissCat April 7, 2019 at 22:23

    Wow! Many thanks for sharing. I just want them all!! Do you know if Rader is shipping abroad? (I live in Paris).

    • Reply Igor April 8, 2019 at 08:31

      I think delivery within the EU is not a problem!!

  • Reply Aisscat April 8, 2019 at 21:20

    Wonderful! Now I just need to understand the German 😊

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