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Weekly Pixels #36 & #37

Weekly Photo Project • Weekly Pixels • Little Gold Pixel

This is an update in my Weekly Pixels series, a weekly photo project for managing my family’s digital files in lieu of printed photos. At the end of the year I will create a yearbook out of my images. Here’s what the end of August and beginning of September looked like for us.

Oomph, I’m really dragging feet on posting my weekly pictures lately. I’m still a week behind! This has happened to me at the same point in the year for all of my photo projects. It’s crazy how the momentum catches up and leaves me completely drained at the midpoint. Still, I’m pushing through. I will complete the year strong.

My sister-in-law makes a mean tea.

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

And wow, can she cook. This Moroccan kefta was completely devoured in no time. I’m going to try to replicate this dish ASAP; this recipe is similar to my sister-in-law’s.

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Late summer blooms are popping up everywhere.

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Popcorn clouds.

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Freshly made bastilla. I salivate to the memory of this meal.

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Saturday morning swim.

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

When I was pregnant, I used to dream my baby was a fish. And now …

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

She’s also desperate to be “the driver.”

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

I managed to take zero photos on our only date night so far this year, but there was this completely accidental shot when I pulled my phone out on the way to the ladies’ room. Classy.

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

The harbor was practically still.

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Family tree.

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Alexa has been handing me found flowers lately. This one was a remnant from a party at the park the night before.

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Lunchtime view.

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Little fluffy clouds.

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

I’m not ready for pumpkin spice anything, but I drank it all anyway.

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

#obligatorypalmtreepics

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Car wash “machine” fears officially conquered! She’s a pro now.

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

I love when sunsets burn bright orange and pink.

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

Such a big girl now.

Weekly Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

More flowers from Alexa. She instructed me to tuck them behind my ear because “they look pretty, Mama.”

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #36 & #37 • Little Gold Pixel

P.S. Past photo projects: 2012, 2013, 2014

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Freebie Fridays: Diamond Pattern iPhone Wallpapers

Freebie Fridays • A Weekly Blog Party on littlegoldpixel.com & ohsolovelyblog.com

YES! Thank goodness it’s Freebie Friday! 

Scroll down to download my new freebie. Here’s what I’m sharing today:

Free Diamond Pattern iPhone Wallpapers

Free Diamond Pattern iPhone Wallpapers • Little Gold Pixel

This week I decided to take a break from printables and try my hand at making patterns for my iPhone. There’s nothing more soothing than making patterns, in my opinion.

It’s why I love solving puzzles and playing Jewels and Two Dots. It’s also why I’m binge-watching “Medium” on Netflix. Gah, I love a good murder-mystery procedural. I’m not sure how this show escaped my radar during its seven-year run, but I’m glad we’ve found each other now.

What’s your latest Netflix show? Do tell, I’m always looking for good stuff to watch.

To use: Save the image to your phone and set it as your wallpaper. May be used on other devices, as well. Just choose the size that best corresponds with your screen!

For personal use only! Play nice!

Pink Diamond Pattern

Free Diamond Pattern iPhone Wallpapers • Little Gold Pixel

Pink / iPhone5
Pink / iPhone6
Pink / iPhone6 Plus

Blue Diamond Pattern

Free Diamond Pattern iPhone Wallpapers • Little Gold Pixel

Blue / iPhone5
Blue / iPhone6
Blue / iPhone6 Plus


P.S. Past Freebie Fridays here.

20 Awesome Free Fall Printables

20 Awesome Free Fall Printables • Little Gold Pixel • In which I round up 20 Awesome Free Fall Printables that you can use to update your seasonal decor and gallery walls.

I drank my first pumpkin spice coffee of the season, and it felt too soon. This is one of the times the uni-season of Southern California messes with my mind.

Across the country, people are feeling a chill in the air. The calendar is creeping up on October pretty fast. And here we are in L.A., sweltering and sweating our way through September.

The only clue that it’s the first day of fall is that the sun is setting earlier. That, and I have a roundup of fall printables for you today. Get your autumn decor on, even if you still feel more like iced teas than pumpkin spice lattes. Fake it till you make it, I say.


20 Awesome Free Fall Printables

To download, click on the corresponding link to go to the original source page. (Don’t forget to say thanks to the original creatives who made these fun prints!)

20 Awesome Free Fall Printables • Little Gold Pixel

Pumpkin Spice Lattes for DaysI Can Smell Autumn DancingBe Whisked AwayPumpkins Harvest Etc.

 

20 Awesome Free Fall Printables • Little Gold Pixel

Autumn LeavesGather and EnjoyPumpkin Spice and Everything NiceAutumn

 

20 Awesome Free Fall Printables • Little Gold Pixel

Black Line LeavesEvery Leaf Speaks Bliss to MeFall Is in the AirAutumnal Leaves

 

20 Awesome Free Fall Printables • Little Gold Pixel

Fall Crunching LeavesFox PatternOrange LeavesI Love Fall 

 

20 Awesome Free Fall Printables • Little Gold Pixel

Owl PatternFall is Fabulous!Fall Is My FavoriteAutumn: The Year’s Last Loveliest Smile

 


P.S. Have you seen my past freebie roundups? Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3, For Children, For Your Kitchen 

P.P.S. For even more freebies, don’t forget to check out previous Frame Games, Freebie Fridays and the all-encompassing freebies page.

Freebie Fridays: Abstract Watercolor Art Printable

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YES! Thank goodness it’s Freebie Friday! Hope you came over here ready to share and click and find all new fun freebies and friends.

Scroll down to download my new freebie, and scroll even further down to join in on the link party below. Here’s what I’m sharing today:

Abstract Watercolor Free Art Printable

Freebie Fridays: Abstract Watercolor Art Printables • Little Gold Pixel

PDF is 8×10 inches. Download by clicking button beneath photo. Personal use only. Play nice.

I set out to create my freebie tonight but instead got sucked in by Teen Mom on my DVR. Tell me I’m not the only one watching that show.

An hour later, my freebie file is still blank and my brain is not at all smarter for having watched that.

So I decided to go emotional on you. Abstract. That’s all you can really do when you watch people actively messing up their lives. You get messy, too.

Why so many domestic violence cases? Why so many court mediations? Ugh, who can live like this?

Jenelle, for the love of god, get it together, woman. I’d love for your story to not end in court and/or jail for once.

Do you watch this show? Does anyone watch MTV anymore?

Freebie Fridays: Abstract Watercolor Art Printables • Little Gold Pixel

Freebie Fridays: Abstract Watercolor Art Printables • Little Gold Pixel

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P.S. Past Freebie Fridays here.

5 Pinterest Boards You Should Follow

Fun & Unique Pinterest Boards to Follow • Little Gold Pixel

I have this theory that everyone has at least one online addiction at this point. Something that you gravitate toward constantly, mindlessly, clicking on and on with an ease akin to popping pills.

For me that addiction is Pinterest.

It’s soothing to me, to collect items of interest and organize them in files. The only way to perfect the model would be to create sub-boards within a board so I can break down my ice cream board into cones, sandwiches and recipes (ahem, are you listening, Pinterest?).

Pinterest is so soothing that I sometimes scroll through pins while I’m first waking up, before I’m even fully alert and caffeinated. Sometimes I scroll as I’m drifting off to sleep at night, and if I’ve ever sent you a really random Pin in the middle of the night, I apologize for the sleep-pinning.

This week I spent several hours organizing work-related pins in my private boards. If that’s not dedication to the addiction, I don’t know what is.


How I use Pinterest, and why it works for me

I’ve read that some people get Pinterest paralysis, in which they become overwhelmed by the possibilities and instead do nothing at all. I haven’t had this problem, and I think it’s because I see things very objectively as reminders, inspirations or catalogue items.

  • For a reminder board, I post things I’d like to get to or try eventually. I don’t allow myself to care too much about whether I actually get around to these things or not. Periodically I purge these boards of items that no longer interest me.
  • For inspiration boards, I collect items that fit in with my aesthetics for a certain category. After collecting for awhile, you start to see your personality pop. This is perfect for decor or wardrobe or art.
  • For catalogue items, I file away important visual information so I can find it easily later. (This is particularly useful for my professional private boards.)

5 Pinterest boards you should follow

Here are five boards I’ve uncovered recently that I think you’d get a kick out of.

Follow Cat Coquillette’s board Oddities & Eye Candy on Pinterest.

ONE ↟ This board has my heart right now for it’s all-encompassing collection of je ne sais quoi. From landscapes to patterns to high art, each and every pin is riveting in its own way. Happy scrolling! Follow Melissa Guedes – vintage + little’s board your whole outfit rocks on Pinterest.

TWO ↟ When I came across this board I was a little shocked by how much I loved it. The fashion isn’t typically something I’d pin. Most of it isn’t terribly accessible or even pretty, but I can’t deny how interesting all the mixed patterns and editorial styling is. I’m inspired to work on my closet a little more in the near future.

Follow Camilo Vasquez’s board :::::50’s::::: on Pinterest.

THREE ↟ Gah, do I love the patterns, colors and textures of midcentury modern design. This board focuses on print trends from the 1950s. It’s a travesty that hardcover books are so plain nowadays, don’t you think? Follow keila kotaira’s board Geometry on Pinterest.

FOUR ↟ Geometric designs and patterns, not to be confused with the math class that gave me nightmares about the Pythagorean theorem.

Follow STILL’s board exteriors: black on Pinterest.

FIVE ↟ This board very quietly shows you the beauty of a black-painted exterior. I’m usually drawn to white or brick, and I’m surprised at how these Pins made quite the impression on me when I found them.


What about you? Do you have any favorite boards or Pinners? What’s your favorite board that YOU created on Pinterest? Do share in the comments!

I’m quite partial to my Mood :: Noir and Mood :: Gold boards at the moment. Do you follow me on Pinterest? I’d be delighted if you did!

What I’ve Been Reading

Book Reviews September 2015 • Little Gold Pixel

This is an occasional series that chronicles my quest to read 80 books in 2015. This is the seventh roundup. You can read the first here. The second here. The third here. The fourth here. The fifth here. The sixth here. Let’s see how it went, shall we?

I managed to read six books this month, which doesn’t sound like much but is waaaay better than I thought I’d do. For several commutes, I had a friend carpooling with me so I didn’t listen to any audiobooks. It turns out that normal people do not like the sound of narrators reading at double speed like chipmunks on a treadmill.

I can’t understand why …

Also, for a good portion of the month I was in between library loans.

Until yesterday, when I finally queued up to finish All the Light We Cannot See (if you’ll remember, the due date snuck up on me, and I was left high and dry four chapters away from the end!). I finished it this morning, and it was everything everyone said it would be. Amazing.

I’m still six books ahead of schedule, somehow.

(Do you follow me on Goodreads? You should!)


Book Reviews September 2015: 62/80

What I've Been Reading • The Rosie Effect • Little Gold Pixel
The Rosie Effect / Graeme Simsion
File under: Quirky, rom-com, Big Bang Theory
Plot: Don and Rosie are expecting a baby, and Don does everything in his power to screw it up.
Review: Everything that bugged me about the first book became unbearable in this one. I didn’t care for the characters, but far more egregious than that was the utter lack of plot. Much ado about nothing.
Amazon Goodreads

 

What I've Been Reading • Life Drawing • Little Gold Pixel

Life Drawing / Robin Black
File under: Literature, suspense, marriage, infidelity, life and love
Plot: Artists Gus and Owen move to the country to put the Gus’ affair behind them, but the arrival of a neighbor brings another set of problems.
Review: I’m not normally one for melancholic introspection, but the characters sank their nails into me and wouldn’t let go. This, coupled with the slow-moving suspense toward an outcome you know is coming yet are somehow still surprised about, made this book un-put-down-able for me.
Amazon Goodreads

 

What I've Been Reading • Fairest • Little Gold Pixel

Fairest / Marissa Meyer
File under: Y.A., Snow White, fairytale, sci fi, supernatural, steampunk, futuristic
Plot: How Queen Levana came to be (a prequel).
Review: I wanted this book to be much, much longer. So good, and I’m pumped for the next book to come out this fall.
Amazon Goodreads

 

What I've Been Reading • Love May Fail • Little Gold Pixel

Love May Fail / Matthew Quick
File under: Literature, second chances, inspiration, quirky
Plot: Thirtysomething woman (with the help of a nun) sets out to save her favorite high school English teacher, who is spiraling into despair.
Review: It’s like Mr. Holland’s Opus meets Sister Act meets the looney bin. And I say this in the most loving way possible. One of my favorites by Quick.
Amazon Goodreads

 

What I've Been Reading • Go Set a Watchman • Little Gold Pixel

Go Set a Watchman / Harper Lee 
File under: The South, literature, you can never go home again
Plot: Jean Louise Finch returns home to Alabama after living in New York City, and she’s not thrilled with what she sees.
Review: For all its first-draft faults, I read this book fast and appreciated the idea that we have to kill our heroes to think for ourselves. It’s just that To Kill a Mockingbird was much better, and Atticus Finch wasn’t a segregationist in that one.
Amazon Goodreads

 

What I've Been Reading • All the Light We Cannot See • Little Gold Pixel

All the Light We Cannot See / Anthony Doerr
File under: WWII, lyrical literature, life
Plot: The lives of a blind French girl and a German boy intersect during WWII.
Review: Despite my lackluster plot synopsis, I thought this book was one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever read. I read a blurb that said Doerr “illuminates the ways, against all odds, people try to be good to one another.” That’s the takeaway I got, too. So sad, so hopeful, so … life.
Amazon Goodreads


In a Nutshell

MUST READ: All the Light We Cannot See

Three more to read: Fairest, Life Drawing, Love May Fail

Pass? If you aren’t too invested in Don Tillman’s latest BMI assessment of a complete stranger or Atticus Finch’s portrayal as a segregationist, you wouldn’t miss much by not reading The Rosie Effect and Go Set a Watchman.

So there you have it. 62 down! 18 to go!

What have you been reading lately? I’m always on the lookout for a good book … do share recommendations in the comments. Have you read any of these books? Do you agree/disagree with my assessment? Let’s discuss in the comments below.

P.S. A running list of my fave must-read books. Soooo much good stuff here.


Linking up with modernmrsdarcy.com, a great place to find good reads. Check it out.
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Frame Game: Fun & Fresh Gallery Wall for a Diverse Couple

Fun & Fresh Gallery Wall for a Diverse Couple • Little Gold Pixel

Frame Game is an occasional series in which I take readers’ gallery wall requests and find art that fits their personalities. Click here to see past Frame Games.

Today’s wall was inspired by Andrea and Adrian, a fun-loving couple who want their small apartment to reflect their varied interests.

In Andrea’s words:
“The wall belongs to me and my boyfriend; I would love to mix harmoniously our likes … which are kind of different. We live in a small apartment, prefer clean lines and white backgrounds, not a fan of cluttered spaces.”

Andrea’s interests include yoga, traveling, animals, Buddha, nature and dogs. Adrian’s interests include Batman, poker, superheroes, Italian stuff and dogs.

Let’s go!

Fun & Fresh Gallery Wall for a Diverse Couple

My biggest goal when it came to Andrea and Adrian was to make sure their focal pieces were of the interests they have in common. In this case: DOGS.

This isn’t the first time I’ve turned to vintage posters to anchor a wall. What can I say? They’re great in a pinch and match a plethora of styles. In this case, the clean, graphic lines Andrea is looking for.

The dog poster really jumped out at me. In addition to meeting the criteria, I thought it also had a superhero quality to it — with the dog’s ribbon flying like a cape. The Italian lakes poster combined two different interests: nature (for Andrea) and Italian stuff (for Adrian).

With the secondary pieces, I tried to mix and match. Mandalas and woods and maps for Andrea’s hobbies; Batman mask and the Ace of spades for Adrian’s hobbies. Lastly, a You + Me piece to tie the entire wall together.

To download these printables, click on the links below to go to the original download pages.

Fun & Fresh Gallery Wall for a Diverse Couple • Little Gold Pixel

Mandalas (three other options!) • I Went to the WoodsYou + Me

Pet ShowItalian Lakes

Ace of SpadesVintage MapBatman (look here for more Batman/superhero freebies!)

 


If You Wanna Splurge

Sometimes, no matter how long you search for the perfect free printable (hey, it might still be out there!), there comes a time in every curator’s life when you simply must pay for good, quality art. Please do. I believe in supporting artists!

This is what I’d buy for Andrea and Adrian. A Diagram of Dogs poster from Pop Chart Lab. This poster is graphic and fun — it would make a great centerpiece item. At $29 for a whopping 24″Wx18″H, this poster is also a great value.

dogposter_popchartlab

 


Interested in being featured on the Frame Game?

Since I’ve started rounding up free printables (the first time, the second time, the third time, the kids time, the kitchen time), I’ve received a lot of emails seeking help with various dilemmas you have in your homes.

Use this form in the comments below (or email me) to indicate what mood you’re trying to set, and look out for future installments on the blog.

  • Name (first name only is fine):
  • Website (if you have one):
  • Which room in your house do you want to decorate?
  • Tell me a little about the person this room belongs to (likes, dislikes, special requests):
  • Tell me this person’s favorite movies, books, music:
  • Any additional info:

P.S. The frames featured in this post are mockups. Check the individual download pages for details on ideal image size. Want to print something huge but the highest it goes is 8×10? Consider a larger frame with a mat. (Example here.)

Freebie Fridays: Heck Yeah Free Art Printables

Freebie Fridays • A Weekly Blog Party on littlegoldpixel.com & ohsolovelyblog.com

YES! Thank goodness it’s Freebie Friday! 

Scroll down to download my new freebie, and scroll even further down to join in on the link party below. Here’s what I’m sharing today:

Heck Yeah Free Art Printables

Freebie Fridays: Heck Yeah Free Art Printables • Little Gold Pixel

Freebie Fridays: Heck Yeah Free Art Printables • Little Gold Pixel

PDF is 8.5×11 inches. Download by clicking button beneath photo. Personal use only. Play nice.

Alexa started her last year of preschool on Tuesday and ever since, she has been full of opinions. (Yes, even more than usual.)

Even lunch shopping, a typically benign affair, was suddenly drenched in drama because she wants Oreos like X Friend and the same brand of juice as Y Friend and for the love of Elsa she couldn’t bear to go to school toting the same tired lunch container. She needed a new Frozen one, she told me in all earnestness.

Have I mentioned that she’s only 4?

I’m just grateful we do not have to buy school supplies like pencils and notebooks till next year. Partially because I can just imagine the tragedy of choosing between My Little Pony vs. Minnie vs. Frozen and partially because I’m a sucker for school supplies and would end up buying too much stuff for myself.

So instead I’ve created this inspirational printable for you, which is what I imagine a Lisa Frank/Trapper Keeper/Saved by the Bell love child would look like. For those of you who get what I’m talking about — yay, let’s be best friends.

Freebie Fridays: Heck Yeah Free Art Printables • Little Gold Pixel

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P.S. Past Freebie Fridays here.

Weekly Pixels #33, #34 & #35

This is an update in my Weekly Pixels series, a weekly photo project for managing my family’s digital files in lieu of printed photos. At the end of the year I will create a yearbook out of my images. Here’s what the end of August and beginning of September looked like for us.

She painted a rocket. It lives on her nightstand, she loves it so much.

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

I painted a lighthouse.

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

It’s starting to get dark earlier. The good news: I spy cool sunsets. The bad news: The days feel even shorter than they already are.

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

This little fan saved my life during a hot week at the office.

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

I got an awesome gift, and Alexa got a boat full of “popcorn.”

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

#allpalmsallthetime

Weekly Photo Project • Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

Lunch at the harbor on a late summer day.

Weekly Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

The birds wait eagerly for a crumb.

Weekly Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

Trio of tacos.

Weekly Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

Getting ready for my sister-in-law’s visit!

Weekly Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

Moroccan tea, cheese and crackers and good company.

Weekly Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

Coffee = always.

Weekly Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

A certain 4-year-old didn’t want to share!

Weekly Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

These two are peas in a pod.

Weekly Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

We got to sneak away for a few hours for a date night.

Weekly Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

My obsession with air plants begins.

Weekly Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

Three turtles.

Weekly Pixels #33, #34, #35 • Little Gold Pixel

P.S. Past photo projects: 2012, 2013, 2014

P.P.S. Follow me on Instagram for more photos.

8 Awesome Air Plant Hangers

8 Awesome Air Plant Hangers • Little Gold Pixel

Our living room is finally almost perfect. I say this with a mixture of pride and humility because (a) thank goodness and (b) it only took three years and 5,000 tweaks to arrange it just so.

Now that we are finally happy with the configuration (which I’ll share soon in a post, I promise), I’m sure that means we will pick up and leave this place, and I’ll start the vicious cycle of decorating for a new space soon enough.

I’m slowly finishing off the last barren corner in our home. Usually I would be snapping up frames and trying to figure out what pieces of art or printables to hang there. This little snippet of space is close to the windows, however, so I thought I’d try something different and curate a corner of real, LIVE plants.

I know. I’m a little scared, too.

I’m sticking with succulents and air plants because I have a feeling I can keep them alive. Fingers crossed.

We went to a gorgeous nursery for air plants and other exotics yesterday, and while I picked up a few tillandsia + wood pieces, I was underwhelmed by the options for hanging random air plants on the wall.

Enter: Etsy. Care to go virtual shopping with me? There are so many beautiful choices, from ceramics to himmeli structures to even more wooden pieces.

Which is your favorite?

8 Awesome Air Plant Hangers

Me and She Studios • 8 Awesome Air Plant Hangers • Little Gold Pixel

The himmeli style might be my very favorite because the sconces are so pretty they look nice on their own. (Already have a backup plan in case I unwittingly kill my plants!)

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8 Awesome Air Plant Hangers • Little Gold Pixel • Los Angeles Ceramics

I adore how minimal this hanger is. Also could hold something other than a plant (told you I’m thinking backup!).

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8 Awesome Air Plant Hangers • Little Gold Pixel • Light and Ladder

I love the way these pop out at you.

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8 Awesome Air Plant Hangers • Little Gold Pixel • Janelle Gramling

Geometric designs always make me happy.

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8 Awesome Air Plant Hangers • Little Gold Pixel • Handmade Sam*Made

Another himmeli, and a good example of how to incorporate air plants into your gallery walls. Love this.

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8 Awesome Air Plant Hangers • Little Gold Pixel • Ebenotti

This design makes me smile. The hangers are like baby swings for your plants!

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8 Awesome Air Plant Hangers • Little Gold Pixel • Anson Design

There’s nothing like a well-sculpted piece of driftwood to add earthiness to your home.

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8 Awesome Air Plant Hangers • Little Gold Pixel • Air Plant Design Center

This style is the most similar to the pieces we picked up in person yesterday. The vertical hang is very eye-catching.

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P.S. Past virtual shopping trips here and here.