5 Fresh Ways to Display Plants You Haven't Tried Yet

5 Fresh Ways to Display Plants You Haven't Tried Yet

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Adrienne Breaux
Mar 10, 2015

Plants are, and continue to be, a powerful decor object and mood-lifter for interiors. And while happy green plants can go in just about any room and enhance any style, if you're looking for a fresh way to display them, you might enjoy these five simple and stylish ideas.

Flank with plants

As seen in Justina Blakeney's The Jungalow, you can highlight a favorite piece of furniture by flanking it with two bold and bright green plants.

(Image credit: Via Plan B by Morganours)

Hang from a rod

We love this cute idea that involves installing a small rod somewhere (in between two kitchen cabinets looks great) and then hanging small plants from the rod. Easy and sweet. Spotted on Plan B by Morganours.

(Image credit: Vosages Paris)

Hang on the wall in mini vases

Take a ton of tiny, tiny vases, hang them on the wall, and fill them each with one cute stem of a plant or flower. It makes for a stunning array. Seen on Vosages Paris.

(Image credit: SF Girl By Bay)

Hang from a string with clothes pins

Interested in drying plants or flowers? Why not use them as display, as well, by hanging them from a string or garland with clothes pins. Seen on SF Girl By Bay.

(Image credit: Joey Hurdley)

Plant in dresser drawers

As this excellent project shows: Before & After: From Sad Sideboard to a Dresser for Dahlias, a dresser (or any piece of furniture) can be transformed into quite the interesting plant display piece.

Do you have a fresh way of displaying plants?

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