Plants are a natural species that regulates human vitality and gives energy to humans. We encounter the dominance of green color in our habitats (for example, at the Living Room, at the Bedroom, at the Kitchen or at the Office) and nature. Really, plants monitor their visible environment all the time. Plants see if you come near them; they know when you stand over them. They even know if you’re wearing a blue or a red shirt. They know if you’ve painted your house or if you’ve moved their pots from one side of the living room to the other. Plants smell. Plants obviously emit odors that animals and human beings are attracted to, but they also sense their own odors and those of neighboring plants. Plants know when their fruit is ripe, when their neighbor has been cut by a gardener’s shears, or when their neighbor is being eaten by a ravenous bug; they smell it. Some plants can even differentiate the smell of a tomato from the smell of wheat. Unlike the large spectrum of visual input that a plant experiences, a plant’s range for smell is limited, but it is highly sensitive and communicates a great deal of information to the living organism. Designed for Indoor Plants, this plant or flower pot holder is inspired by the Rooster figure and is handmade which metal material.
The photos here are created for Pinterest (various Panos, for example, Indoor Plants, Plant Pots, Pot Holders and so similar) and are composed of some photographs created for inspiration and inspiration when designing a home decoration. Giving ideas to people is our most important task as Sweet Home Make and Artitecht. These photos provide Pinterest's Shop The Look feature. This provides a fascinating experience and insight into your living space.