7 DIY Hanging Planters For That Empty Corner You Don’t Know What To Do With
You don’t need to be a master DIY’er to make these hanging planters. If you can punch a hole and place a hook with an adhesive back, you too can have a brand new planter to show off your gardening prowess. A hanging container garden is a great way to fill an empty corner that has been bare for far too long. These nifty little containers are also a great idea for homes with children and pets. They’ll keep potentially harmful leaves and flowers out of their grasp. And, we’ll be honest, we’ve never met a hanging basket that we didn’t like. These planters are no exception.
Brass and Leather Planter
All-in, this planter should cost about $15. We love the look of these when planted with a few small succulents.
Indoor Herb Garden
If you have limited space outside or just want your herbs easily accessible, these hanging indoor herb gardens are for you. This DIY project is as simple as painting plastic pots, drilling a small hole in the pot, and adhering them to the wall with 3M Command Hooks.
Pink Faux Leather Planter
Dress up a simple glass pot with faux leather and gold chains. A long and flowing plant is the perfect option to complete the look.
Simple Faux Ceramic Planters
Slip a small plant in a plastic pot into these faux ceramic containers for a beautiful—and simple—look.
Cluster a few pots on this floating shelf for a unique look. Just be sure it’s high enough to be out of reach from children and animals.
Neon Hanging Planter
These bright planters are perfect for dorm rooms, teen rooms, or an office in need of a little cheer.
Make a trio of hanging baskets using metal bowls in various sizes. We love the look of cascading leaves falling over the edges so choose a hearty plant with lots of trailing arms.