If you’re short on floor or surface space, one of our favorite ways to add a pop of green is with a ceiling-hung planter. There are tons of style options out there, from statement-making macrame to neutral ceramic. Here are a few of our favorites.
This clean, contemporary pot has a nice textural detail along the top and its minimalist design allows the plant be the focal point. We recommend planting it with a variegated pothos (Epipremnum aureum).
Made by a small business, this small-scale geometric planter leans contemporary but has a soft edge thanks to it's macrame hanger, which adds a bohemian note without screaming doorway beads or head shop. We recommended planting it with a birds nest fern (Asplenium nidus).
We adore the sculptural design of this earthy, shallow hanger. It's on the large size and a bit weighty, so you’ll need plenty of hanging space or somewhere with minimal foot traffic. We recommend planting it with a maidenhair ferns (Adiantum).
With a gleaming copper finish and classic bowl shape, this durable metal pot makes a brilliant contrast to any kind of foliage. We recommended planting it with burro's tail (Sedum morganianum).