Have you noticed that hanging planters seem to be back in fashion? Yes, they, just like tie-dye, seem to have resurfaced and brought back a bit of nostalgia with them. It’s not all about looks though, because if, like me, you like to have lots of green plants around the house, then you might, like me, at some point run out of places to put them. This is where hanging planters are so great!
No surface space taken up and you can use them to give a plain window a little bit of life. Hang several together in front of a wall instead of art or hang them from the ceiling as a great feature.
The materials needed are inexpensive and it’s a small project that can be completed in less than an hour, so it’s perfect even as a last-minute present.
Of course you don’t have to use a copper bowl. You can choose whichever bowl or plant pot is most to your taste. So, if you’d like to create a whole hanging garden for your home, why not start here and read on to find out how it’s done.
here's what you'll need...
- One bowl or plant pot (I got mine here which made this project very economical, too)
- Parcel string
- Tape measure