11 Ways to Display Indoor Plants

Bring the outdoors inside your home in stylish and creative ways.

Updated on August 08, 2018 8:08 am

Stephanie Yee

Ways to Display Indoor Plants

One way to brighten up your space is by displaying plants. These little greens do not only make your space look inviting, they also make the quality of air in your home healthier.

From aligning them on your window sills to hanging them using ropes, or pairing an artsy item on a bookshelf—there are a lot of interesting ways on how you can arrange your indoor plants to make them visually appealing.

We’ve rounded up a number of stylish and creative ways of showing off your green collection:

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1. Hang those greens from the ceiling: One of the easiest ways to display indoor plants is by hanging them from the ceiling. Spice things up by hanging them in different heights for added visual interest.

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2. Create a green corner: Make the most of an unused corner at home and flaunt your plant collection.

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3. What a wall: You will never run out of ways to display your plants. Hang them vertically and turn your blank and bland wall into something beautiful.

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4. Put it on the side, not aside: Use your bedside table as your plant’s holder. Your pots will instantly accentuate your night table so no need to decorate it.

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5. Stairway to green living: Another way to display your well-loved plants is by arranging them on the staircase, with each step proudly showing off some greens.

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6. Flex your DIY muscles: Show off your green thumb (and your DIY skills, too!) by creating a book planter for your succulents.

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7. Let it stand out: Elevate your plants by putting them on plant stands. You can choose from metal, wood, or plastic as long as the stand complements your interiors.

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8. Green table runners: Make your dining space look more interesting by placing low-maintenance succulents or a box of fresh herbs on the table.

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9. Go beyond your limits: If space is limited, you can create a narrow shelving unit in your home for your plants. Place it where light goes in so that they get the nourishment they need.

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10. Utilise your shelving units: Make your empty shelves look alive by putting your precious pots and plants in here.

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11. Create an unconventional pot: Repurpose old diningwares or room accessories to create an unconventional pot for your green babies.


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