5 Unique Ways to Display Indoor Plants
Presenting your next pegs for an Instagram-worthy garden
If you spend a lot of time on Instagram, you’ll notice that a lot of home and lifestyle posts include the color green—as seen on tropical leaf prints or lovely fiddle leaf figs in living room corners. Aside from being a pleasant color to look at, green is also said to increase creativity and productivity. What better way to incorporate this color into your life than by adding a few indoor plants to your space?
Once you’ve got a collection going, take it to the next level by displaying your plants in a clever and unique way that your friends and IG followers will surely double tap on. Find your peg below:
Display them on up-cycled wooden pallets
Give any room in your home a rustic vibe with a wooden pallet and a few glass jars. Attach the jars to the pallet and fill with plants and alternate with votive candles (but don't leave this display unattended) for a cozy indoor garden that doubles as an eco-friendly and romantic décor piece.
Create a cozy nook with metal rods and S hooks
Nothing says versatility quite like towel rods—simple organizers that you can use in the bathroom, kitchen, or practically any room you’d like to display things in. Use them in conjunction with S hooks or jute string to create an eye-catching garden wall that you’ll love taking photos of.
Maximize a sunny corner with a coat rack
With small-space-living becoming the new norm, it can be hard to grow plants indoors, or even find a sunny spot to grow your greens in. Thankfully, all you need is a coat rack and one sunny corner—and you’ll have a compact, pretty area for your Boston ferns and monsteras.
Use plant stands of varying heights
If you’re leaning towards a minimalist aesthetic and you think of plants as a focal point instead of a backdrop, why not look into pedestals? These stands come in a variety of styles and finishes, so you’re sure to find an option that will complement your plants and the room they’re placed in. For similar, stylish plant stands, try Pottery Barn.
Make a vertical garden with floating shelves
Who knew that bookshelves could also belong in an indoor garden? Cop the above set-up for a unique green wall that’s part whimsical and part minimal—a perfect combo for the nature-loving millennial.
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