Paper Bag Planters

Introducing plants into interiors will never “go out of style”, but a trend that is becoming increasing popular is alternative planters. Thanks to brands like UASHMAMA and Merci, paper bag planters are being seen everywhere in fresh Scandinavian spaces alike. Ranging in sizes and colours including black, white, grey, brown and even metallics, hiding those unsightly pots has never been so effortlessly stylish and did I mention easy to diy?! That’s always a bonus in my opinion.

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1. Brown Oversized Paper Bag by Uashmama

2. Sac En Papier by Merci

3. Grey Oversized Paper Bag by Uashmama

4. Metallic Gold Bag by Uashmama

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The three piece suit and unique waistcoat is absolutely stunning.

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News You Need To Know: FCC Votes To Approve Net Neutrality Rules

The Federal Communications Commission(#FCC) voted Thursday to approve strong net neutrality rules.

Commissioners Jessica Rosenworcel and Mignon Clyburn joined Chairman Tom #Wheeler to approve a rule that reclassifies consumer broadband as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act.

The FCC intends to use this new authority to ban “paid prioritization,” a practice whereby Internet service providers can charge content producers a premium for giving users more reliable access to that content, as well as to ban blocking and throttling of lawful content and services. These rules also apply to mobile access.

These rules go into action in the summer of 2016.