Display Houseplants – Houseplants are a growing trend in home decor – with many of us embracing this addition of fresh new life in our homes. Plants can improve our moods, our air and so much more – making them a great choice! For many, the challenge of learning to care for a variety of different plants becomes a bit of an addiction! Of course, with this challenge also comes the challenge of finding places for your growing collection of houseplants! Here are are 10 creative ways to display a variety of houseplants of all sizes!
Turn an old dresser door into a chic plant stand to group plants together in one place. This project is easy and affordable – and extremely versatile! You can move plants around as you see fit, and you can easily move the stand around your home as needed as well!
A sofa table or side table with shelves can make a great plant stand as well. The shelves allow you to use vertical space to your advantage, creating rows of plants on one space. We love how they have used an all white side table with matching white planters to create a clean, modern look in this space!
For plants that don’t mind sharing the same place, a through style planter like this one allows you to group plants together easily. Depending on where you were placing this planter, you could also double your plant space by placing planters on the floor underneath!
An antique dresser, chest of drawers or library card drawers creates a fin and flexible way to display houseplants! Small potted plants can be nestled into the drawers with larger plants placed on top for a very 3D look!
Create you own living headboard! A simple wooden structure creates the perfect place to display houseplants, cuttings, small plant pots and more! If light is an issue, this headboard could also work nicely placed in front of a window rather then against the wall.
For tropical, moisture loving plants, this living shower wall is a fun way to showcase a variety of plants and add an unforgettable touch of style to your bathroom at the same time! Keep light requirements in mind when trying this idea to ensure you plants will still be able to receive enough sunlight. In this bathroom, glass shower walls facing a large window allow for plenty of natural sunlight!
Wood planks laid over the rungs of a ladder make a fantastic plant stand! You can change up the look by using a vintage ladder for a more vintage look or by painting out the pieces in a color of your choice to either blend in or stand out in your home. Mix in a few decor items for a finishing touch as well.
A simple wooden frame added to the top of a low bookshelf, side table or other surface, creates the idea place to group plants together without worrying about them being tipped over easily. I also love how they added a floating shelf above to maximize vertical space and add additional space for both storage (the drawers) and display!
This DIY project is a fantastic idea if you’re looking for a way to display multiple houseplants while maintaining a clean, minimal feel to the space. A variety of small potted plants in matching white pots are held on the the wall with a series of dowels to create a display that is both eye catching and minimalistic at the same time.
An inexpensive wardrobe rack and a few houseplants are a great way to create a divider between spaces in an open concept home. Here, the office is separated visually from the sleeping area with a series of large houseplants. Alternatively, you could hang a variety of plants in various sizes for the same effect. For this look, plants that trail or climb are a great choice as they grow to fill the space.