Ready, Type, Grow!
Although it hurts my heart, some vintage typewriters I find are simply beyond repair. Neglected, damaged, and utterly rusted, these poor typewriters can no longer pen love letters, but they can be repurposed into unique planters.
Spotted at the Wild Side West Saloon, blinkwhenpassing found a treasure trove of succulents amidst what appears to be an antique Underwood.
You don’t need a double-decker vintage typewriter to create a fantastic planter. Zen‘s Corona is the perfect home for succulents.
This was an “archelogical” discovery made by ghb624, who took this photo at a storm drain channel; it appears that Royal typewriters and nature live together in harmony.
If only all vintage typewriters were in immaculate condition, then we would simply turn Rico Thunder‘s concrete-cast typewriters into planters.
What’s your vote on turning non-functional typewriters into planters? I’m on the fence with this one, although the repurposing side of me says “grow baby grow!”