Some elements of interior decoration are wild. This is the case of cushions, vases and cachepots. They are versatile and change the face of the decor easily. Not to mention that they are also cheap and, most of the time, they can be made by yourself.
But in today's post let's talk exclusively about cachepots. You will understand why it is worth investing in this piece, in addition to, of course, inspiring yourself with incredible cachepot suggestions. To begin with, let's clarify what a cachepot is and what it does for.
What is cachepot and what is it for?
The cachepot is nothing more than a coating for the main vase of the plant, ie it is not made for planting. The main use of the cachepot is in the decoration, since it super value the little plant inside, besides contributing immensely with the beauty of the environment.
What is the cachepot made of?
This is an interesting question with regards to cachepots. Do you know why? Because practically anything can become a cachepot. That's it! A can of peas, an unused cup, a pet or glass bottle. Recycling is a true inspirational muse for the cachepots. And the cool thing about this story is that you can choose to leave the cachepot with the original features or customize it with paint, fabric, sisal and whatever else your imagination can create.
But apart from the option of using self-made cachepots, you can still purchase a ready-made template. In this case, there are also cachepots in the most different materials, among them, the most common are those of plastic, paper, glass, wood and metal.
The size and shape of the cachepot also change a lot and the choice between one and the other depends on your personal taste and the need of the plant. The cachepots should accommodate the pot with ease, but without leaving any spaces left over. A very large cachepot for the pot can damage the plant, preventing it from receiving adequate light and ventilation.
Where and how to use cachepot?
The cachepots can be used in any environment of the house. Just be careful that the cachepot material fits the site, for example, a paper cachepot may not work very well in damp environments such as bathrooms, kitchens, and outdoor areas.
Another way to use the cachepots is at parties. In that case, not always to house plants. Party cachepots can bring sweet, savory snacks and souvenirs for guests.
How to make cachepot
What do you think of embarking on the DIY wave or "do it yourself" and create your own cachepots? Really good right? That's why we've selected the best ideas for you to get inspired and do as well. Check out the videos below how to cachepot:
Cardboard Cachepot - How To Do
One of the best things about the do-it-yourself concept is being able to create authentic pieces and still contribute to the planet's sustainability by reusing materials that would go to waste. And that's exactly what you'll learn to do in this video: a beautiful cardboard cachepot, simple and costing practically zero. So where to learn?
DIY Fabric Cachepot
Do you know those beautiful ideas that we see in Pinterest? This fabric cachepot is inspired by one of them. You will see how it is possible to leave your decoration more modern and cool doing this cachepot. The step by step is well explained, there is no secret. Look that:
Do It Yourself: EVA Cachepot
The idea here is to do something similar to the fabric cachepot, only using another material: the EVA. The effect is pretty much the same, the difference is that EVA is stronger and firmer than the fabric. Want to learn? So check out the step by step in this video:
See what a little creativity is able to do for the decoration of the house? Now imagine joining the tutorials above with the inspirations of cachepots that you are about to see just below: there is no one to resist. Check with us:
Picture 1 - A cachepot full of light and brightness to decorate the room.
Picture 2 - Golden cachepots for the modern stand of industrial style.
Picture 3 - How about a natural fiber cachepot with an ethnic touch to your decor?
Picture 4 - A 3D cachepot is also welcome.
Picture 5 - Already for those who want to impress, these cachepots of the image are the right request; pure design.
Picture 6 - Cachepots of fabric with rope handle: do as many as you want and change at any time you wish.
Image 7 - A different cachepot for each plantinha.
Image 8 - Straw and string: the best combination for a rustic and handmade cachepot.
Picture 9 - A little of color and relaxation goes well, after all nobody is iron.
Image 10 - Look at that simple, modern and cool idea for a cachepot.
Image 11 - For the cachepots they stood out even more in the decor to arrange a special little corner for the plants.
Picture 12 - Cachepot of ceramics blue with gold detail to contrast the whiteness of the environment.
Picture 13 - Maxxi crochet coating the small glass of succulents.
Image 14 - For the set of cacti and succulents, pink cachepots.
Picture 15 - Golden and shiny.
Picture 16 - For the outside area opt for a cachepot of resistant material.
Picture 17 - Simple and discreet, but fundamental in decoration.
Image 18 - Trio of cachepots inspired by the Greek columns.
Image 19 - Shapes, colors and volume.
Image 20 - The message marked in the cachepot does not allow to forget the main care with the plant.
Picture 21 - A bit of white paint and a few strips of sisal turn a simple vase into an element of weight in the decoration.
Image 22 - St George spears are highlighted inside the golden cachepots.
Picture 23 - A model of metallic cachepot and glittering to leave the plantinha suspended.
Picture 24 - Make faces in your cachepots and let them cheer the house.
Picture 25 - Colorful and full of charm.
Image 26 - If it is a creative cachepot that you are looking for then be inspired by that of the image.
Image 27 - Black and white: the classic that never goes out of style, nor in the cachepot.
Image 28 - Azulejos! What an incredible idea to coat the vases.
Picture 29 - Harmonic and modern composition of cachepots and supports.
Image 30 - Cachepots that look like purses.
Picture 31 - These ones stand out in any corner of the house.
Picture 32 - The strings of sisal bring the rustic touch to this colorful set of cachepots.
Image 33 - Overlapping hoops: another creative option for mounting a cachepot.
Picture 34 - A bag and a can: when the proposal is a decoration despojada these objects become great options of cachepot.
Image 35 - Baskets of wicker and fabric turn into cachepots in the decoration of this room.
Image 36 - The artichoke specimen by the window won a simple but elegant cachepot.
Picture 37 - Cachepots with face - has even nose !.
Image 38 - The classic wooden cachepots: never go out of style.
Image 39 - Certain types of cachepot, such as that of the image, need to be used with the certainty that they will not disrupt the development of the plant.
Picture 40 - Cachepot of carved wood.
Image 41 - A different format to get out of the basics.
Picture 42 - Combine cachepots with wooden supports to have a decoration with the face of the Pinterest.
Picture 43 - The clean, neutral and always charming white cachepot.
Picture 44 - Cachepots of cement: complement the decoration of them with a paint of vibrant color or metallic.
Image 45 - Paper models are also a success.
Picture 46 - And the highlight here goes to the dark green tone of the plants in contrast to the neutral tone of the cachepots.
Picture 47 - Golden cachet to match the decoration.
Image 48 - The raw color of the cachepots are great for rustic and ethnic decorations.
Image 49 - Pieces of wood form this cachepot for the lavenders.
Picture 50 - A little black dress.
Image 51 - Here, the sisal rope that forms the cachepots has gained white paint at the base and a slight touch of color on each model.
Image 52 - Leave the place happier with a beautiful cachepot.
Image 53 - Cachepot with drainage system.
Image 54 - The jiboia gained a fabric cachepot to accommodate.
Picture 55 - Do not know where to put color in the decoration? Try doing this in a cachepot.
Image 56 - Cachepot of clothespins: simple and creative idea.
Image 57 - What do you think of a marble contact to cover the vases?
Image 58 - The face is of watermelon, but the vase is of thyme.
Screenshot 59 - A simple but at the same time striking intervention for the cachepot.
Image 60 - Crochet cachepots are also on the rise; remember to take the plant out of it at the time of watering.
Image 61 - Here, the pet bottle turned into a kitty-faced cachepot.
Picture 62 - The cachepot gives the hint of how to help keep the plant always beautiful.
Picture 63 - Sew, border, paint ... do what you want in the cachepot.
Image 64 - Ceramic cachepots are a classic in decoration.
Image 65 - Reveal your artistic soul by making hand-painted cachepots.