51 Most Amazing Air Plant Display Ideas

Your imagination can go wild and eccentric when it comes to air plant display ideas; these plants are highly versatile and easy to keep!

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Consider using an old bulb as a plantar and support it with a suitable base. Watch this quick video to see the How-to!

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Attach the magnet to the wine cork using glue and allow to dry completely. Using a tiny bit of glue, attach the air plant to the cork. That’s it! You may want to spritz it with water once a week to keep it happy.

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Glass terrariums for table tops can be topped with seashells and mosses alongside the air plants.

Also Read: Sea Shell Planter Ideas

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Another appealing air plant display idea to try. You can place it on tabletops or strategical place in your rooms.

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A clear glass bottle can be employed as a planter to show the air plants. Embellish it with sea shells and conches and other items to make it look interesting!

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With a cork based coaster and a few other supplies, you can create an impressive display. The DIY is here!

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Get a frame and install wires on it to hang air plants. An incredible way to house them.

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Old picture frames can be used too. Tying thin wire from side to side, secure the air plants and hang them on the wall.

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Use an attractive metal caging to hang your favorite air plants. Use thick metal wires for this.

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For a rugged look, get an old bicycle and strategically place the air plants for an exciting piece of art and rustic appeal.

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A pot with holes or cut-outs in any shape can make the difference when you want to make your air plants stand out.

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An exotic spiral table holder like this one is edgy and beautiful.

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A tree (cedar) stump can be used to showcase the air plant majestically for a unique feel.

Also Read: Tree Stump Planter Ideas

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A nice sizable seashell can make the difference. Look for exciting shapes to make them interesting.

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Coco pod and bark chips can make an alluring showcase and provide a thoughtful look.

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Consider a 3-D linear metallic piece to arrange air plants for a quirky feel.

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Consider a beautiful suspension idea with an adorable hanging chain as shown.

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Use several pieces of your earthenwares to create an air plant display masterpiece.

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One of the most unusual air plant display ideas to try!

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Hanging pots can be used to grow house air plants and you can play around with the colors to suit your existing decor.

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A funny owl piece or similar to it in your home can add a light touch to your decor.

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Stones (Crystal stones are a good choice) and rocks make an exciting planter and using them to create an air plant retreat can spruce up the overall decor.

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Isn’t it cool? The step by step DIY tutorial is here!

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Geometric open stained glass are a good object to place your air plants, they also allow proper ventilation.

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A dinosaur themed planter for air plants is not just playful but exotic to look at as well. Similarly, if you’ve toys with pockets, use them.

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Take hanging air plants to another level by employing a colorful hanger like this. We found the idea here!

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Air plant terrariums can be fixed on the walls too. Try wall mounted terrariums to beautify boring walls!

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Use branches to place air plants. An unusual air plant display idea!

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A clear vase and dried moss can create something visually appealing and provides a classic appearance.

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For that daring bold style, go ahead and utilize a skull; together with air plants, the unusual combo is interesting, especially for Halloween decorations!

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A smart re-purposed or up-cycled piece can make all the difference. We found the idea here!

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For a warm decor, go for mugs and cups; plus consider other unique items you’ve in your home!

Also Read: DIY Planter Ideas from Household Items

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People who love the elegance of leather can put it into decorative use; consider leather holders. See the step by step DIY here!

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Geometric motifs with metallic details can transform walls and with a display of several air plants, they become alluring.

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Dedicate a full wall to display air plants and see how different it’ll look. Suitable wall hooks can be used to hang the plants.

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You might want to shelve your clam-shell air plants together with your books; do this tastefully as shown.

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Add air plants, moss, and other plant materials for a low-maintenance, all-natural tabletop centerpiece that you can display indoors or outdoors. The DIY idea is available here to follow!

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Use air plant frames to create a beautiful living wall of them. A DIY is available at Apartment Therapy!

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A smooth ceramic air plant holder can be used to add depth and elegance.

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Air plants can be used together as a centerpiece and to bring out more life.

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A theme around romance can be created to bring out a personal touch using the air plants. This can be ideal for special occasions and just for fun. The DIY tutorial is here!

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Using thread can take air plant hanging to a whole new level. Hanging from the ceiling is not only creative but brings an artistic feel. We found the idea here!

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A vintage goblet to hold air plants is an incredible idea. You can experiment with what you’ve!

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For a decorative personal touch, consider using air plants as place holders. Learn more here!

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For that bright and invigorating look, neon planters are the way to go; play around with the colors for a great vibe.

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‘Aeriums’ are great alternatives to terrariums; with no dirt involved. Consider displaying your air plants in this manner. The DIY is here!

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Driftwood, some wires and air plants can make a real rustic decor. Getting creative and having a theme will top the idea.

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Go for more contemporary planters which can utilize colors in a blend that is artistic. Aqua and gold particularly work well to bring that modern feel.

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Create an air plant like you create a succulent wall to display epiphytes. We found this idea here!

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Little log rounds mounted on a wall bring out a unique tone; this works great for smaller air plants. Bigger logs can be used to accommodate bigger plants.

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Bottom of a wine bottle, which was cut at about 2 inches high and sanded. Three air plants (Bulbosa, Ionantha Van Hyn, and a Filifolia) are placed in it!


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Your imagination can go wild and eccentric when it comes to air plant display ideas; these plants are highly versatile and easy to keep!



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