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Registered: ‎03-13-2010

Silk "Ledge" Planters - In/Out?

I have a couple of silk ledge planters I got from VPH a few years back that really need replacing. I just looked and can't find a single one! Are they not in style anymore? If not, what do you use on top of really tall pieces in rooms with very high ceilings? HELP!

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Re: Silk ""Ledge"" Planters - In/Out?

I would think you could find comparable items at Michael's or Hobby Lobby.

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Re: Silk ""Ledge"" Planters - In/Out?

I'd say they're out big time!
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Re: Silk ""Ledge"" Planters - In/Out?

I vote out, too.
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Re: Silk ""Ledge"" Planters - In/Out?

I have always said out! Not a fan of fake plants.
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Re: Silk ""Ledge"" Planters - In/Out?

Not a fan of fake plants...

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Re: Silk ""Ledge"" Planters - In/Out?

I have one ledge in my bedroom and have 3 silk potted flowers. That ledge is a dust collector. I was thinking of putting covered rattan baskets with seasonal clothes. Not pretty (in my private space)but more practical. My sister has them in public rooms, kitchen, living room.

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Re: Silk ""Ledge"" Planters - In/Out?

My home has the same issue. I don't know if plant ledges are out or not......,what are substitutes then? My great room also has a ledge with silk plants and large vases and it is boring empty but very difficult to clean so it is a problem for collecting dust.