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These Photos Will Inspire You To Start A Vertical Garden

Don't let the available vertical space go to waste

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Photography: Decoist and Eunice Biscaro via Pinterest (Main Photos)

From displaying photos to highlighting works of art, we’ve discovered numerous ways to turn a blank wall into a delightful part of the home. There are many who turn unused vertical spaces into clever storage options, too. If you’ve always wanted to maximize your space and fill it with the beauty and calm of nature, starting a vertical garden may just be the solution. Taking care of a few plants allows you take on a new hobby while keeping the overall vibe of your space welcoming. Ready to start your own mini paradise? Use these photos as pegs: 

If your lanai looks a little lackluster, mini potted plants can surely add charm to the space. Visit the nearest garden center or hardware store to look for a similar plant holder. The welded metal accent has tiny holders where small pots of succulents and herbs can be placed.


Whether you're sprucing up the balcony, kitchen, or dining area—colorful succulents are perfect. Achieve a cohesive aesthetic by going for similar white planters. The combination of white and green adds a touch of elegance to the setup. 

Find similar white pieces at Dapitan Arcade.

Wooden pallets are versatile pieces you can work with. While some turn it into dividers, storage pieces, and even sofa beds, you can use it as accent in your balcony or outdoor area. Ask a carpenter to create a shelf that can hold a variety of plants and blooms. A slim piece doesn't take up too much space and can be installed on the wall, too.


Pallets in a darker finish can give your home a rustic upgrade. A shelf that takes up the entire width and length of a wall gives you a floor-to-ceiling paradise you can fill with various blooms and plants. Keep your setup interesting by using different planters like pots, woven bins, and even recycled pieces.


Welded wire mesh makes for a sturdy holder, too. If your kitchen is in need of a scent and visual boost, herbs in recycled tin cans will surely fit the bill. Before reusing tin cans, make sure each is thoroughly cleaned and that all sharp ends have been smoothened and removed. 

READ: 5 Reasons Why You Need to Grow Herbs at Home


Make use of an awkward space between two columns by incorporating a shelf. A well-measured customized shelf can fit in between the two to hold plants in terracotta plants. Keep it from being boring by using pots in different sizes. 

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Got only a tight space to spare? Metal rods and mini buckets can help you come up with a cute and charming corner. You may choose to plant herbs or repot some of your favorite plants to complete the setup. Keep the vibe playful by adding labels on the buckets.

Find metal rods and buckets at Wilcon Depot.


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