I started with this chipped up old pot.
I had some blue spray paint in the closet I could use to freshen it up a bit. The color was Valspar Tropical Oasis. Before painting, I taped off the white stripe in the middle. I liked the pattern of it.
After a few coats of spray paint, it was ready to go. I took the tree out of the cheap plastic black pot it came in and re-planted it into my new one.
Just another touch of blue in the family room. Ignore the cable cord and toy balls in the candle holder on the mantle. I got the blue vase from Homegoods a while back. They always have a good selection in various colors and shapes.
During the day, it usually sits near the back door to soak up all the sunlight. I also picked up a metal plant stand with casters from Ikea so I can move it back and forth easily between the two spaces.
Now my fiddle leaf fig can feel more at home. Since I haven't killed it yet, it deserved to be put in a permanent pot. Has anybody joined the fiddle leaf bandwagon? I love its full leaves and the ease it takes to care for it. I water it once a week and wipe the dust off the leaves every now and then. So far so good. Let's see how long this one lasts.
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