Best Hanging Planters: Flora Grubb, M.F.E.O. & 6 More

Best Hanging Planters: Flora Grubb, M.F.E.O. & 6 More

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Maxwell Ryan
Apr 6, 2015
Spring is a natural time to get into the garden, and if you are an urban dweller without a plot of land, bringing the outdoors in with mobile plants is a great way to capture that energy and life. Hanging planters offer an easy, space saving solution that also can introduce a design moment and pop of color to wake up a dead room.
This idea from Flora Grubb up above is super cool: hand crafted by a California artist from reclaimed fence boards, these letters and numbers come planted or unplanted. To plant, simply choose your succulents and let them root on the horizontally over a few months, then lift them up and mount on a vertical! More ideas below...
(Image credit: Bambeco)

From online eco shop, Bambeco, these Hanging Nest Aeriums feature sleek, simple, and modern designs to highlight these aeriums. They come in three colors. Perfect for “air” plants or succulents, they can also serve as a vase for cut flowers and arrangements. Hang them from the provided cable, or rest them on a table. Lead-free, high-fire glaze on natural ceramic gives them beautiful gloss and rich color.


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From Todd Holloway's Vancouver shop, Pot Inc., his powder coated Hover planters are perfect for tight succulent plants, a mossy mound of greenness or a hanging air plant vessel. Each Dolga HOVER planter is fabricated out of powder coated galvanized steel. "Three 18 inch stainless steel cables and one stainless steel swivel hook are included for hanging. Each hanging planter comes with a 1/2 inch drain hole. The Dolga can be used for indoor or outdoor accents."


(Image credit: Store LA)

From Tracy and Simon of Store LA, here's a groovy hand made stoneware hanging planter with white/pale green glaze. It is 4.25" diameter by 3.5" tall with a 22" hemp twine hanger.


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From Nova 68, this Danish inspired handmade glass air planter also includes a hand-selected Tillandsia plant (also known as the air plant since it needs no soil and only bi-weekly misting). "Our Air Planters are fashioned from recycled glass by master glass blowers. Bubbles, dimples, rippling and natural flow marks add to the artisan appeal of these suspended glass vases. Each Air Planter features a 3" opening in the front and an 8' sisal rope for hanging."


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From Inmod, the Landscape Collection is a range of three hanging planters made of powder coated spun aluminum. "Holes for easy drainage in bottom of pot. Strong, stainless steel cables Available in multiple color options."


(Image credit: West Elm)

A West Elm production, the Jungalow is a collab with Los Angeles-based husband and wife design team Aaron and Claire Van Holland of M.F.E.O. (Made For Each Other) and lifestyle blogger Justina Blakeney. "A fresh take on the Scandinavian-inspired bentwood plant hangers of the 1970s, each batch of planters is cut from a sheet of sustainably harvested maple europly wood and affixed to a brass ceiling chain."


(Image credit: Dot and Bo)

I love the clean look of these from Dot & Bo. "A great fit for a modern farmhouse, this white geometric porcelain planter features a faceted surface and leather cord. The porcelain is watertight and has no drainage holes in the bottom."


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