I sometimes get these feelings where I shake my head in disbelief that our planters are in homes all across North America. It’s a strange feeling you know 🧐, as a small business owner to get pictures like this in the most beautiful homes in Brooklyn, New York, I smile and think wow this started out as a personal need for my own home and look at how something we created can compliment other peoples homes, that is just so cool. But this is what I live for, this is what keeps me creating every day. Any other small business owners ever get the same feeling? Just feeling super grateful for all of you that have supported us💞. In other words you go "glen coco" look at you in all you peachy blush colour goodness. Taking over the plant world one blush planter at a time 👯♂️
Anyone here already using Bunz? 👋🏼 I can’t be the only one who’s really quick at sorting unnecessary items but is a little … slow with getting them out the door… Especially with “maybe” items that seem to be in limbo forever! So I promised myself this weekend was *finally* the time I started rehoming that “maybe” pile and list them on @bunz_official.
Bunz is a big deal in Toronto and is an app we use to trade our unwanted items for something else: be it a more useful item, something edible or BTZ (their digital currency) which can be used at shops to support local businesses. This *isn’t* just in Toronto though. You can set up a Bunz hub anywhere around the world 🌎🌟 just by simply starting an account yourself - yes you! You can start a cash-free trading community wherever you are. Bunz is a real powerful tool and provides an extra way to rehome your items and avoid the landfills.
If you’re also decluttering, I really recommend giving Bunz a chance. You can look up my account (@studioplants - link in bio) to see what I currently have listed including this sweet wall planter from West Elm. Plant trades are also super popular, so if you have a million spider plant babies … you know where to go 🌱👉🏼🍷❓ #bunzlove#BTZplz#bunzfinds#bunztradingzone#sponsored