If you do not know anything about Kokedama goes fast in the post that Marcia Nassrallah made about O that is, how to do and how to keep kokedama This beautiful one that is all around. Enjoy and see the video with the step-by-step how to make kokedamas on our channel on YouTube.
But, once you have your kokedama lindona, how to insert it in decoration? Just hanging on the ceiling anyway? Not!!! Here are a lot of possibilities:
A “waterfall” of kokedamas at the entrance of the house. (Photo: sandandsisal)
In bowls or brackets in iron (photos: cdn shopify and how to make easy1001)
On carved stones and metal frames (photos: ouest-france)
In wooden boxes (photo: how to make house)
Using macrame and wood and creating wooden supports (photos: evensi and how to do house)
On metal supports whether or not (photos: how to make a house)
On floor or table supports (photos: how to make a house)
Traversed by metal pipe or “framed in the wall” (photos: and how to make canyoncreek house)
Another wooden stand, this time with a little bowl for water accumulation – in fact, depending on the plant, the moss ball needs to stay more (or less) moist – but not “dripping” all the time. Photo: thejoyofplants
For any little corner (photos: makeyourownmy)
In a piece made especially for them, hanging by chains (photo: how to make house)
In “bowls” with feet or hanging in conduits – super common in the industrial style (photos: lefigaro)
In a porcelain dish on a cabinet or shelf at the top (for plants that “descend”) and in pieces of decorative ceramics
So, even if you do not know how to put your Kokedama on the ceiling or if you want to vary, there are plenty of ideas!