Absolutely lovely ideas on how to create your own hanging planters. Hang your plants in style with these hanging planters you can make yourself!
DIY Hexagon Hanging Planter
This hexagonal planter is perfect for hanging its corners.
They are terrific for breaking up a room from all the straight lines making you feel you’re in a box full of restrictions. By closing in the spaces and hiding those sharp, negative lines, you are indeed creating a comfort you never knew you needed quite this much. You could also choose to use round hanging planters for an even greater Feng Shui feeling in your very home, reducing lines creating greater movement throughout the room.
DIY Hanging Plant Holders
In these cool hanging plant holders, your plants become a decorative object on the wall. With a little patience, you build your own plant holder.
What is lovely about this, is that your walls will forever be changing as the plant it is in will grow and change color too. Do not be afraid of mixing things up in terms of the plant you will choose, as long as they are easily adaptable to small and confined spaces which will not require too much time and attention from you.
DIY Hanging Wire Planter
All you need to create these lovely DIY hanging planters are just a few wire planters in different sizes and some paint.
You would for sure be astonished at what can be done with these simple tools and accessories. If you ever get bored of the color, take it down once again, and spray paint on top of the initial color. These details really will cause a dramatic change to any room that will not cost you much in the process.
Upcycled Plastic Bottle Hanging Planters
Turn your old plastic bottles into a lovely DIY hanging planter. Cutaway the bottles a bit and paint, this is such an easy project.
We all know that plastic is destroying our planet even if we think that recycling them is still beneficial. Question mark. Still millions of tonnes of man-made stuff are ending up on beaches in third-world countries. So, by finding a second life to the highly damaging material, you are not only creating something really cool and cheap for your home but also participating in reducing plastic, ending up on washed chores somewhere once beautiful. Get creative with plastic creative!
Brass Ring Hanging Planter DIY
These planters look very chic and modern, and I love how easy they are to make.
Give your home some love and style while including harmony from the botanicals throughout the rooms. They look great anywhere, including the bathroom where we tend to forget about natural elements. Succulents are perfect for these smaller planters as they do not require much of your time and attention but will still reward you greatly with their architectural benefits.
Easy $5 Hanging Planter
You can make this with an inexpensive planter from Dollar Store and then just add your rope for hanging.
Expensive does not mean it will look good, anywhere. It is all about what you choose and how you choose to utilize it. You can make something out of 5 dollars that in the end will look like you have spent some serious cash or went on some fancy indoor design course. Get the color pallet just right and in keeping with the style of your home, beautiful fresh plants, and you are almost done really. Be as creative with how you choose to paint the pots, keep them neutral or as outrageous as you wish to. Let your talent speak for itself.
DIY Beaded Plant Hangers
Make this gorgeous DIY with just a few materials and a little creativity.
There is something a little Art Decoesque about these. The pearls really add to that era of both the ’20s and the ’30s. The natural twine keeps the finished planter look very natural while adding a touch of style and sophistication without the need for much money at all. Again, succulents are the best options as they are rather simple to look after; so best discuss with the garden center people. Or why not grow your own as we are in the perfect season to do; always seeing your creation take shape from start to finish.
DIY Faux Ceramic Hanging Planters
These pretty ceramic hangers in neutrals will go perfectly in your kitchen or bedroom.
Ceramic pots are beautiful but could end up being ten times the price of a simple clay pot. In fact, if you are adventurous, you can even make your own clay pot one afternoon. Let it dry, and paint over it. There is a great step-by-step tutorial on how to exactly make one. This is something that you can do with the kids as they would love to get dug in!
DIY Beads and Birds Hanging Planters
It’s super easy to make these adorable planters. Pick up a couple of animal-shaped pots and start crafting with some wooden beads and leather.
Real birds are best kept away from the homes and best left to nature. No matter how much we love them. But, you can bypass this by having ceramic birds or other animal-shaped planters. They are super cute things that will do the trick in making your home more intertwined with nature. This is especially so if you put them near a window or door, having a natural current to make them move from side to side creating natural movement in your home. Perfect for both in and outdoors.
DIY Hanging Copper Planter
Make a copper hanging planter in less than 30 minutes.
Copper will add a little contemporary style with a touch of industrialism. Just enough to make subtle, characterful differences. If you’re not into pink, then feel free to add the color string of your choice. We would recommend black, white, or plain twine. Little cactuses look great in them and are very simple to look after as they’ll need moisture once a month or so. The knots are possibly the trickiest part of this exercise, however, the tutorial does give you a reasonably easy diagram on how to achieve the perfect knot. You can decorate the rest of the area with a similar idea, with touches of copper throughout.
Ice Cream Cone DIY Hanging Planters
Make these DIY hanging planters full of colorful flowers that look like ice cream cones.
Who does not like ice cream? Or at least a sorbet? Modeling clay is super easy to use and somewhat a little forgiving even if it would be your first time. You will for sure be getting hooked and your imagination will run wild with this. Great ideas that do make so much difference in your home. Instead of always buying, take a moment for yourself, and be proud of things you can do you never thought you’d be able to. Stick plants into the finished and dried cones, and sit, and marvel.
Hanging Leather Strap Planter DIY
Use draping plants for hanging planters. This DIY skinny plant looks so pretty with the pale pink leather and gold accents.
Having various sizes and shapes of plants in the home is better to practice. It will blow away the monotony of the shapes and colors they will emit throughout the space. Include some of the floors, mantels, and shelving units, hang them and indeed stick them on the walls. There is no real secret on how to dispose of them, give it a try and have fun remodeling your home based on nature. Best use faux leather for this exercise that exists in dozens of different color pallets. Lovely tutorial.
DIY Hanging Planter
Make this hanging planter to display multiple plants!
Instead of thinking about wallpaper, or your favorite color paint, think about putting nature in your home, especially if you live in an apartment without much nature around you. This is lovely to create a sense of calmness and having a feeling of peace from these superstars. Easy to wall mount and again, no secrets in which order to put them. Let your inner designer show you the way.
DIY Plywood Hanging Planter
These handmade hanging planters are the perfect space-savers in any small space.
Also perfect for anyone wishing to escape from the hectic everyday life, slowing down a bit and really searching for what will make us relax, and proud of having done something with your own hand, not simply handing the credit card out at checkout. We are missing this, aren’t we? Many of us could struggle to change a lightbulb because everything is done for us. So how about making a difference by tackling this super cool, and super cheap global warming saving idea. Use the wood that naturally is around your home or neighborhood. Get foraging! This does have technicalities and requires some special tools to hand. Results are unbelievable.
DIY Leather and Brass Teardrop Hanging Planter
Geometric brass and leather hanging planter.
Geometry is fabulous in most homes and adds super cool and organic design elements. All thanks to the mid-century back in the ’50s, simply refreshed to today’s standards. Gold works best to keep in mind the era, however brass or copper will do this equal justice. And no, gold isn’t a snobbish color. Spots of it throughout the home do bring elegance, just enough and not too much. Try it out with one DIY element. You will soon realize that in no time the golden color will be scattered everywhere! Just looks great!
DIY Macrame Suspension for Plant
How to make a macrame plant suspension? Old Macrame? Maybe, but also ultra-trendy.
You will require twine or simple thick cord, a wooden ring, knotting skills (explained through pictures!), and wooden pearls. Very simple yet effective in making something decorative in no time, including a lovely touch in your home. Color in the wooden elements if you wish to, to the color best suits your home. No rules. Try natural colors, you can always change things around at a later point if you feel more confident. Succulents work best but also would hanging pants to elongate the floor to ceiling dimensions.
Wood DIY Plant Hanger
Use a plywood block to make this simple and modern DIY plant hanger – you’ll have a few of these hanging in your home before long!
This is a super simple morning DIY, and once done, you will straight away get ready for the second, the third, etc. The main tool is your scroll saw with basic cutting expertise. This DIY ought to take you in or around an hour and a bit and cost you a mere $5. You could either paint, taint or varnish the wood that best suits your environment.
DIY Seagrass Hanging Planters
Fill your room with lots of unvarnished wood, woven baskets, and lots of plants.
The untouched and natural elements to these really make you step forward in nature with calm and peace. Nothing fancy looking, just back to basics that will put you once again in touch with the outdoors and the love for everything green including photosynthesis. A plastic bag to protect the water from escaping the basket is used, but you could also choose pond lining. But we reckon the first option to work best, and cheaper. All you will need is a piece of string and a couple of hooks and nails. And literally, you are done.
DIY Wood Round Shelf Plant Hanger
DIY wood plant suspension.
When you next walk around the outdoors, look at elements of wooden panels ready for the scrapyard. Only with your inner designer self and eye for details, you will immediately know gold when you see it. And it could not be any easier or cheaper. You will need a drill, some cord or twine, a glue gun, and a hook or nails. And once again as easy as that after drilling four holes within the wooden shelf. If you cannot find around, any shapes will do. Even shapes that are natural and not cut to perfection. This is all about simple nature.
Plant Hanger with Ceramic Bowls
Turn 3 ceramic bowls and some rope into a modern macrame hanging planter.
Something a little Spanish about these so you may choose to use simple terracotta bowls too. In fact, most of us hoard bowls that we have so many we even forget half of them. Put your breakfast bowls into better practice. The trickiest part is how to fasten the many strings together holding the bowl in security. Do one, however, and others will fly by. Embrace what you don’t know and challenge yourself a bit; do not always stick with what you know.