The cannabis kitchen is the latest trend in pot culture. For those unfamiliar with what a cannabis kitchen is, it is basically a kitchen or pub equipped with all the paraphernalia needed to prepare cannabis products like buds and marijuana. In most cases, the equipment is solely functional but for a select few enthusiasts, it serves as a work of art. There are different ways to build your cannabis kitchen. Here are four tips on how to do just that.
Decorations – One of the oldest forms of decoration is actually artwork. You don’t have to make anything extravagant, just choose something that fits your personality and style and show it off. For instance, you can put up a painting or a collage of photos of cannabis strains. In addition to giving your house a unique look, the photos and paintings also serve as collectibles. Of course, you won’t be able to grow any plants in your house with this method, but if you have a bud that you particularly love, why not have a piece of that as well?
Storage containers – Keep your marijuana supplies inside storage containers instead of laying them on top of the buds. Not only will it prevent molding (the dreaded “flowering” of the buds) but it will also keep the materials dry. If you’re using plastic containers, leave a couple inches of space between the container and the bud. If possible, you should place the container on a shelf and secure it from below. This will help preserve the freshness of your marijuana.
Pottery – Invest in some old pottery to complete the look. You can either purchase pottery that looks like it came out of asterdam shop or pottery that looks more modern and trendy. The latter, although it might be more expensive, will definitely fit the theme you’re going for. Just remember to paint it every couple of years so that it maintains its original color. In addition to the pottery, you may also consider getting fancy with your papers. Art Deco prints and old black-and-white photographs are just some examples of pottery that would look great on a glass pot.
Candleholders – If you have a window that you can place a candle on, then by all means use it. However, if you don’t have a window, or if the window is a little small, you can opt for something else. A small flowerpot will serve as a pretty, albeit unorthodox, candleholder. You can also use an old wine bottle as your bud holder.
Flowers – Why not put a bunch of flowers in a pot?. It’s actually surprisingly easy. All you have to do is get yourself a good bud diffuser (there are quite a few on the market, so look around for a good one), and then get some pots (I prefer ones made of clay because they stay hot the entire time). big bud rendement Next, get yourself some potted plants – there are numerous varieties out there, including tulips, hyacinths, roses and more. These will act as your ‘buds’, which you can then light (you can change the temperature and color by holding the flame close to the flowers – these are very easy to care for, and there is almost no risk of burn).