26. Sea of Succulents
A beautiful blue and turquoise sea of succulents that looks like the ocean tide washing up on your own pathway. This garden is relaxing and soothing just like the tides of the sea.
27. Succulent Table
Believe it or not but this amazing succulent garden was made on top of an old standard table! The perfect raised garden bed to display a magical array of colors and vibrancy.
28. PVC Pipe Garden
You can create texture and depth with something as simple and basic as PVC piping! It gives an extra dynamic to the garden and makes a beautiful home for your succulent friends.
29. Framed Succulent Art
A beautiful garden that is also a piece of art that you can hang on your walls. It’s living art! This star piece is a beautiful example of the potential that succulents have to bring life and color to something ordinary.
30. Rainbow Succulents
Greens, purples, blues, even yellows! A rainbow of succulents housed together in a beautiful frame hung elegantly on the wall. A treat for the eyes!
31. Pretty in Pink
A garden of pink and green! Create a cute little garden with soft pinks, paper crafts, and unique planters. I love the creativity that went into this indoor garden.
32. Terracotta Succulent Wreath
A beautiful wreath made of shabby-chic terracotta pots, springy green moss, and beautiful statement succulents! This garden is a piece of art.
33. Modern Chic
An indoor garden of succulents all paired together elegantly in a geometrical wall piece. The beautiful white and golds tones of the planter pair wonderfully with the soft tones of the plants.
34. Variations of Green
All the tones and shapes of green succulents in a vintage metal tin. This mini succulent garden would look great on the patio dining table!
35. In Cans
For a Mexican feel, create your garden in bright food cans with Spanish writing and vibrant colors. A little Mexican desert in your own backyard.
36. Driftwood in Pots
A seaside feeling is created with the use of found driftwood amongst an array of unique succulents.
A tiered garden of beautiful geometrical glass shapes with small succulent friends placed strategically within. I love the feeling of this indoor garden and its unique design.
38. Glass Terrarium
A tiny garden within a beautiful glass terrarium makes a stunning centerpiece on a mantel or an extra joy to have on your windowsill.
39. Window Frame
What is more lovely than the beauty of succulents framing the view out your window. I am in love with the long succulents hanging down acting as a curtain.
40. Succulent Jellyfish
How cool is this jellyfish art made out of succulents? The purples of this specific species work perfectly!
Wow! This vibrant potted garden looks so magical with the amazing array of shapes, sizes, and of course colors! This garden is sure to bring a smile to your day!
42. Garden Wall
If you’re short on space and don’t have room for a garden, turn your walls into gardens instead! This is a fun DIY project that looks amazing when done.
This wall is overflowing with incredible colors, shapes of all sizes, and brings a magical atmosphere. This vertical garden is dreamy!
44. Green Roof
A little green roof garden on a tiny fairy home! How cute is this miniature succulent garden? It would be whimsical hidden amongst your garden or beautiful displayed indoors.
45. Patches of Gardens
Every once in a while replace one of your patio tiles with a miniature succulent garden to bring some life to something otherwise boring.
Your very own tiny zen garden with its very own tiny pathway! So cute! I love how simple and natural this miniature garden looks.
47. Contrast of Color
The pop of color against the white rocks gives a stunning appearance to this mini indoor garden. I love the variety of succulents displayed!
48. Succulent Stairs
Bring some liveliness, color, and joy to even the dullest of places. Fill in the cracks of your stairs with succulents like the image shown here!
49. Succulent Centerpiece
Succulents and candles just look so lovely together. They both have a peaceful feeling and bring a little spark of magic to a place.
50. Straight Rows
Normally we see succulents scattered and paired closely with other colors and types. In this example, you can see that some symmetry can go a long way.