Confession: I can’t stop buying plants. It’s getting a bit out of hand and I’m running out of places to put them… which I sort of love. I want my apartment to feel lush and green and… jungly. My latest project is to make a ‘curtain’ of plants in my kitchen, so now I’m on the prowl for the perfect grouping of hanging planters. Here are some of my favorites that I’ve found so far.
To start, how gorgeous is this hanging planter from High Yield Studio? It’s made with a special Raku firing process and finished with a really nice touch: leather cords.
While we’re on the topic of interesting hanging materials, these wooden beads from HRUSKAA feel both modern and bohemian.
Truly one of my favorites, this cone-shaped hanging planter from Half Light Honey Studio is decorated with a sweet curlicue patter… and reminds me of a chalkboard!
This vintage copper planter is also from HRUSKAA and feels super modern. I think it would lend a really nice clean vibe to my otherwise textural, pattern-covered planters.
This ceramic planter from Le Collecte feels dainty and sweet with it’s hand-painted design. I also really dig the addition of natural jute twin for hanging.
Ok, talking about sweet: how about this tiny guy from Pottery Lodge? I’d put air plants in this planter, for sure.
If you’re like me and have many, many plants, clearly this 3-tired porcelain and rope planter is for you. I love the way this Light and Ladder hanging planter can bring greenery all the way up to your ceiling.
Maybe you noticed an absence of color in this round up? That’s because I like to let the beauty of the plants speak for themselves. There’s just something about this handpainted one from Hang With Me Ceramics that I think would be perfect in the mix, though. The print feels modern and fresh, while not being too busy and distracting.
Which planters are your favorite?