Decoration Friday, July 21st 2017.
If you prefer a more organized and compact look, you can arrange several small planters in a grid and attach them to a wooden panel which is mounted to the wall. Each planter can be held by a ring and they can be rearranged as desired. Shanty-2-chic offers a really nice tutorial regarding this project. You can use this as a decor feature for the dining room, living area but also in the kitchen where instead of flowering plants you could grow herbs.
Anything shaped like a hexagon looks nice in a modern and minimalist setting. An interesting idea suggested on cottonandcurls is to use a shadowbox to create a succulent planter which can be displayed on walls. If you’re worried about how you’re going to water the succulents or the lack of sunlight, you can use faux plants instead.
Wall planters you can make. Individual planters can be mounted on a wall just like you’d hang framed pictures or paintings to create a gallery display. This can be easily done using a drill and some wall anchors. You can use simple terra-cotta pots since the plants are the ones that stand out. You can hang the pots at different heights to create a unique arrangement, in a way similar to what’s shown on themerrythought.
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