Extension BContemporary Dining Room, Rennes
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6. Use a hanging plant rack. Another way to bring houseplants to bare walls is to rig up a hanging planter. Systems like this usually don’t come with drainage holes (it would make a mess indoors), so you’ll drop plants in their nursery pots into the containers in the hanging system. This has the advantage of keeping the arrangement flexible, allowing you to easily swap out plants. You can find these hanging systems through specialty nurseries or online, or put together your own using dowel rods to support multiple potted plant hangers.Find hanging planters
8. Bucket list. This wall of bucket planters also counts as a living wall. A setup like this allows for experimentation, as different plant species can be tested out here and moved into the garden if they don’t thrive indoors. Empty spots look like part of the design rather than a result of indecision or poor plant tending. These planters would also be a terrific venue for a kitchen herb garden.