6 Ways to Create a Plant Wall In a Rental
Dreaming of installing a plant wall in your apartment, but currently living in a rental? Good news, green thumbs: We did some digging and discovered that there are plenty of ways to create a living wall inside your rental without causing any irreparable damage. From wall planters to floating shelves, here are eight items that will help you create a plant wall that won’t cost you your security deposit.
Ceramic Wallscape Planter at West Elm, $29
Umbra Triflora Hanging Planter at Amazon, $49
Prefer your plant wall with a little more pizzazz? This design-savvy metal rod-style hanging planter on Amazon features three adjustable pots and can be installed on any wall, window, or vertical surface that your houseplant-loving heart desires.
Zinc Wall Planter at Anthropologie, $38
Why settle for a boring old plant wall when you can have one that looks like artwork? The Zinc Wall Planter at Anthropologie features a sophisticated metal frame and inner cubes for planting herbs, succulents, and other houseplants in pure vertical style.
Vita Metal Wall Planter at AllModern, $34
Searching for a goof-proof way to create a plant wall inside your tiny rental studio? This industrial-style pocket wall planter at AllModern is composed of weathered steel and is the perfect size for growing herbs and other small plants.
Ceramic Geometric Wall Planters at Amazon, $60
Turn an empty wall in your rental into the focal point of the room with nothing more than a couple of cool floating planters. These colorful geometric ceramic wall planters at Amazon can be arranged into unique displays that’ll look more like artwork than a traditional living wall.
Tori Tri-Tier Wall Shelf at Urban Outfitters, $49
When all else fails, you can always count on some good old-fashioned floating shelves to forge a makeshift plant wall in your rental. This gorgeous three-tiered shelf at Urban Outfitters is constructed of natural mango wood and is sturdy enough to hold multiple pots and planters.