Use lanterns (with their glass panels removed) and hanging candleholders to show off vining plants, suggests floral designer Angela Darrah. This 'Neon Pothos' Epipremnum aureum thrives in low light conditions and pops against the red accent wall. When hanging plants, weight is a concern, so Darrah suggests using a decorative moss sheet to disguise a plain plastic container.
Add life to your covered porch or patio space—without sacrificing valuable square footage—with low-maintenance, hanging plants. Here, ferns add a layer of privacy and infuse color to the space. Ferns thrive in shaded areas and require watering just twice a week.
This master bathroom was designed as an ultimate couples retreat with double sinks, double shower heads and a two-person tub. Houseplants—both on the floor and hanging—add a welcome organic note into the mix.
Sturdy wood tables and heavy wood chairs with straight backs fill this part of the dining room in Bracero Cocina de Raiz. Hanging plants help balance the rusticity of the dining sets, adding whimsy overhead.
Colorful pots are hung on shower rods using shower hooks to elevate this home's herb garden off the ground. Blogger Eileen Beaver of A Creative Day used chalkboard labels on the pots that make it easy to switch out the plantings.
This corner of the living room is perfect for a set of hanging plants, as they can easily soak up the natural light. Two woven chairs sit in front of the window, too, and create a stylish space for catching up with a friend.