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LEGO-Inspired Planters are a Smart Gardening Solution for Small Spaces

You can mix, match and stack them just like the toy bricks.

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Photography by: LeGrow

Indoor gardens can make any space cozier, whether it's your living room, office or kitchen. There's something about having greenery around that just breathes new life into a space -- which is why we're always looking for new ways to incorporate plants into our home decor!

 

There are plenty of indoor gardens that you can create, from herb gardens in your kitchen to hydroponic gardens made from recycled materials. Indoor plants placed in different pots can create an eclectic look, but if you want a more cohesive vibe, check out the modular planters from LeGrow

 

These mix-and-match planters were inspired by LEGO bricks, and you can arrange them in an infinite number of ways, even stacking them up to create cute plant towers. 

 

 

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modular planters
Photography by: LeGrow

One of the cool things about the LeGrow planters is that there are several add-ons you can build into your modular garden. LeGrow also offers Grow Lamps, which can help your plants thrive during the winter, as well as a 360° Humidifier designed to keep plants moisturized. There's also a special "Charging Pot" that features USB ports where you can charge your phone -- perfect if your mini garden is set up on your desk. 

 

We can see the LeGrow planters making an amazing conversation piece in your living room or a homey touch to an office space. The product is currently being funded on Kickstarter, and you can still snatch up early bird prices on different sets of these modular planters. 

 

Regardless of what you plant in, make sure to pick species that will thrive indoors and that you'll enjoy looking at for years to come!

 

 

WATCH: How to Grow Indoor Plants

 

 

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