Growing succulents indoors can add a touch of modernity to your home. If you believe this, then these Best Indoor Succulent Planting Ideas are worth checking out!
Succulents always give a nice decorative touch to any home or garden. With their fat leaves, stems, and thick roots, they form a vast and diverse group of plants, offering easy to care options for each household. If you want to include them creatively in your home, here are the Best Indoor Succulent Planting Ideas!
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Best Indoor Succulent Planting Ideas
1. Wine Bottle Succulent Planter
A fantastic way to upcycle wine bottles into these cute succulent planters. You’ll need to cut the wine bottle from the side to fill the soil in it.
2. Mini Succulent Garden in Glass Bowl
Bowls, pots, vases, or glasses can be tried out for your succulent bowl garden. You can find a complete tutorial on succulent bowl garden here!
3. DIY Succulent Bookend
Succulents are easy to grow. They add a welcome pop of greenery to any book collection when planted in clear vases filled with pretty river stones. Here’s how to create your own.
4. Mason Jar Succulent Planter
Mason jars are perfect for planting succulents. You can either plant succulents in transparent mason jars or paint them with two coats of chalky finish paint.
5. Succulents in Suitcase
Vintage suitcases aren’t hard to find. You may even have one lying in your house. Here is the tutorial.
6. Succulent Planter from Vintage Books
Turn an old book into a sassy succulent planter. Give a new life to your old books by planting a succulent between their pages. Here is more on it!
7. Succulents in a DIY Hanging Pot
Make this easy hanging succulent planter with a tray or shallow pot, succulents, threads, and candles. Details are here.
8. Succulent Green Wall with an Old Frame
Living frames are a great way to get your plants off the ground and grow them vertically. To learn all the details on how to make it, read this.
9. Pot with Decorative Gravel and Succulents
This splendid idea is for your garden, porch, or any other outdoor or indoor space. Choose a large pot and grow a tall succulent in it.
10. Succulent Terrarium
Make a DIY succulent terrarium using succulents of various shapes and textures. The complete tutorial is available here.
11. Succulent Glass Planter
Grow succulents in water glasses. A DIY tutorial can be found here.
12. Painted Can Succulent Planter
If you have cans, paint them into your favorite color and grow succulents.
13. Succulents in a Dish
Plant succulents in a dish and place them on the tabletop. It will make the focal point of the room.
14. Succulent Tea Cup Garden
Use old teacups to create a succulent teacup garden. You can check out its tutorial here.
15. Vintage Tea Tin Succulents
Upcycle your tea tins into these adorable succulent planters. They will become great indoor pots!
16. Indoor Succulent Dish Garden
Use a red transferware soup tureen or any other container that’s at least 3 inches deep to grow succulents in style. Details are here.
17. Copper Pipe Pot Holder
Display succulents in colorful pots by hanging them in a copper pipe holder.
18. Succulent Centerpiece
You just need a 1x4x8 pine or white wood board, some glass jars, and few other tools for this one.
19. Wine Cork Magnet Planters
Hang tiny wine corks using magnets on any metal surface like a refrigerator or cabinet door to display succulents!
20. Modular Geometric Concrete Planters
Each concrete planter module is created from the shape of an equilateral triangle, and a group of modules forms new shapes and patterns to grow succulents!
21. Galvanized Bucket Hanging Succulent Planter
Make a gorgeous galvanized metal hanging succulent planter that can be used indoors or out! Details are here.
22. Rustic Succulent Centerpiece
This DIY Rustic Succulent Centerpiece is a fun way to incorporate succulent plants into your outdoor living space.
23. Arrow Vertical Succulent Planter
This planter is a great way to grow succulents on a narrow wall where there’s not much of a space. Details are here.
24. Succulent Terrarium
You can use a mason jar, vase, or a bowl to grow small succulents to keep them on the table! Click here for details.
25. Succulent Magnets
Succulent magnets are a great way to add a little nature to your space! These DIY faux succulent magnets are perfect for holding notes on the fridge or school photos.
26. Vintage Condiment Caddy as Mini Succulent Pots
Transform the vintage condiment caddy into small indoor plant pots with a simple makeover! Details are here.
27. Indoor Succulent Garden
Grab a few supplies and your succulents to make this one for your home, like this galvanized container for some farmhouse flair! Click here for details.
28. Wooden Stand for Succulents
Here’s n easy DIY that you can make without much effort. All you need are some wooden planks to make a stand for your succulent pots!
29. Rotary Phone Succulent Planter
A toy telephone with succulents in the center will make for a beautiful centerpiece! Details are here.
30. Succulent Windowsill Pots
Make a quick and colorful succulent windowsill garden using the help of this DIY.
31. Toy Truck Planter
Your kid’s little toy truck is all you need to grow your favorite succulents and show them in style!
32. Face Planter
Grow trailing succulents on a face planter to make them appear like hair!
So sweet. I like rhis inspiration. Thanks very much
These ideas are all really cool! I’ve always been a sucker for any kind of succulent ideas, especially wacky ones. I do wonder how people think up some of these ideas though?
I like the wine bottle one, I think that is my favourite. How would you stop it from rolling over though?
I’ve shared it on Twitter so more people can enjoy :)
You’re quite an artist, I really loved these ideas. The one in glass bowl and with a bottle of wine are just amazing. I’m definitely gonna give it a go. Cheers!
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