Rationell

Published on March 9th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Cat safe planter





Materials: Rationell Variera, Kardemumma, wire, plants

Description: Why only use your Rationell Variera for plastic bags in the kitchen? I hang it on my wall in the living room. Now my cats can’t reach the plants in it. I also put one of my speakers it.

For the upper plant I made a sort of a rack out of wire so it don’t flatten the one below.

The pots for the plants I’ve used are the smallest Kardemumma, they exactly fits.

~ Marinka

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9 Responses to Cat safe planter

  1. Jenna Taylor says:

    Fabulous idea! I have to hide my plants from my cats.. I’m going to try this one ;)

  2. Katie says:

    I love this! Thanks for posting!

  3. Oh! i knew there must have been another use for that stuff! I have a cat that eats every kind of plants! thanks!

  4. Anonymous says:

    what a funny idea! thank you for that!

  5. Anonymous says:

    + for invention
    - for plastic flowers

  6. Marinka says:

    First there were real plants in it, but they dyed. So it will work with real plants (if you water them)

  7. The displayed item is really attractive and the holes in the vase will definitely allow the plants hang outside.

  8. MyFuZZyButtZ says:

    Way to think outta the bag!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Do not ever keep real Calla Lilly’s in your home, as they are extremely poisonous to cats. Even if they are high up when the plant sheds leaves, flowers or even pollen and it gets ingested by you cat it will cause acute kidney failure very quickly.

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