4 Things To Love About Walloh Designs' Paper Succulents
Black thumbs, rejoice!
Many of us love plants and flowers but are scared to take the first step to bring them home. It's quite understandable why. These living things require just the right amount of water, sunlight, and TLC. How can you commit to this if you have a long list of tasks and other chores to attend to? Trust me, I can relate to the struggle.
But don't let this get you down, fellow plant lover! If you really want to add plants to your space, you can do so without living in fear that you won't be able to care for them. Walloh Designs has different paper succulents that you can use to decorate your space. They are even great as gifts! Curious about these cute alternatives? Here are four things that we like best about these pieces:
They are perfect as home decor
Whether you need a touch of green in the living area or a refreshing piece in your bedroom, you can have at least two small pots on the coffee or side table.
Love Paper Succulent, P600, Walloh Designs
They are charming gifts that anyone would appreciate
Attending a party or get-together soon? You don't have to worry about what gift to get for the celebrant! Pick an interesting piece—like the one in the teacup and give it to your friend.
Inspire (White) Paper Succulent, P550, Walloh Designs
You can leave them in corner without worrying if you watered them or not
With paper succulents, you don't have to think about watering and leaving them out to get some sunlight. You can even use it as decor in the bathroom!
Create Paper Succulent, P800, Walloh Designs
They can brighten up your day
These paper succulents come with flaglets and encouraging words like Create, Love, and Inspire. If you're feeling down or tired, just look at your green friends for a much needed boost. Add life to a monochrome bachelor pad by using this stylish potted paper plant as an accent piece to your space.
Inspire (Black) Paper Succulent, P550, Walloh Designs
Walloh Designs offers different typography and decorative designs. To learn more about their pieces, follow them on Facebook and Instagram. Their works are also available at Common Room PH, 325 F. Dela Rosa St., Loyola Heights, Quezon City. The store is open Mondays to Fridays, from 10am to 10pm; and Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 10pm. For more information, visit their Facebook page.
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