6 Hanging Wicker Baskets That Will Make You & Your Plants Happy

published Jun 12, 2019
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There’s nothing better than a good wicker basket in any form. (My collection of straw and woven purses totally reinforces this belief.) Wicker plant holders are an unusual but very fun way to display your green friends around the apartment—just make sure to purchase a liner when necessary so you’re all set when it’s time to water. These planters work best with air plants and low-maintenance greenery—or faux plants that you don’t have to worry about watering. Looking for other types of hanging planters? Check out our roundup featuring rope, ceramic, macrame, and metal options.

Woven Circle Hanging Basket Planter, $29 from Urban Outfitters

Go boho with this circular planter that looks like something you might find in a vintage store or at an antiques stand. Group a few together to create an eye-catching wall display.

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This darker wicker basket is perfect for more traditional rooms and would look cute hanging on the back of a porch door. Keep it simple or tie a ribbon to the top to make things more festive.

Braided Hanging Basket, starts at $34 from Anthropologie

These dipped baskets are calming and coastal. Hang a few in your beach house or just pretend you’re by the ocean when you add one (or two!) to your bedroom. They would also look adorable on an enclosed patio.

Pear Hanging Wall Basket, $24 from Urban Outfitters

This funky fruit-themed basket is obviously a great piece of decor for the kitchen, but it can really work anywhere. It adds a sweet, eclectic touch to any home.

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Gabrielle Organizer Hanging Utility Basket, starts at $49.50 from Pottery Barn

While this organizer wasn’t specifically designed for plants, we’re all for getting a little creative. You could even group a few of these next to each other and use one for mail and magazines while placing ivy in another.

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How fun is this rattan planter? Hang it in the corner of a room like one reviewer did and you’ll smile every time you look over and catch a pop of green.