One of the best ways to create an indoor jungle effect is to arrange plants of different heights together, but if you don’t have plants that naturally vary in height a lot, a shortcut is to use plant stands. Recently I came across this lovely desktop plant stand, looked at the price, and immediately started trying to figure out how to make my own. With some square wood dowels, plus lots of drilling, I built my own tabletop plant stand, and put together a tutorial.
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Last I left off with my pantry makeover, I had finished the laundry chute re-routing that I got majorly sidetracked by, but the pantry itself was still in limbo. I’ve finished it now, though, and I can’t believe how much of an improvement it is!
(It feels kind of weirdly revealing to show off the contents of my pantry to the whole internet, but here we go.)
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Sometimes I think that one of the reasons veganism isn’t more popular is that people think that giving up eggs and dairy means you mainly eat salad, and miss out on dessert. While I do try to eat a lot of vegetables, sometimes you just need a cookie. A sweet, buttery, vegan cookie that tastes just as good as the regular version. (Or maybe even better? Steven made that wild claim about these!)
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As I mentioned in my recent post about renovating my pantry, I got a tiny bit side-tracked when I decided to re-route the existing laundry chute. It was on the pantry floor, which basically made it unusable unless I wanted to give up a big chunk of storage, so I cut a hole in my wall (there’s a first time for everything!) and moved the chute. A laundry chute may not sound that exciting, but I LOVE how it turned out! Ready to see it?