Here are 17 Genius Space Saving Moves to Grow More Indoor Plants in Your Urban Home! Work on one of these to grow more of your favorite houseplants.
Don’t let the small space in your studio home stop you from growing more houseplants! Here are some Genius Space Saving Moves to Grow More Indoor Plants in Your Apartment.
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Genius Space Saving Moves to Grow More Indoor Plants
1. Book Shelf for Plants
Put an old or new bookshelf to good use and showcase your plants in style! It only uses vertical space, and you can add it easily to your room.
2. Use a Wooden Ladder
A mini wooden ladder or a pair of them is all you need at the corner of a room to display multiple plant pots. If you have a sunny window, you can also grow flowering houseplants or succulents.
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3. Add a Windowbox
A window box is the best way to use limited available space to the max. Even if you have a narrow windowsill, you can use a slender one to grow different succulents, just like this idea!
4. Use Metal Rods on Windows
Fix metal rods on top of windows to hang baskets or macrame planters and grow different plants. It takes very little space and also looks super smart!
5. Use Wall-Mounted Shelves
Wooden shelves are easy to mount on walls, and they are also easy to make if you are in a mood for some DIY! Make sure you pick or make one with multiple sections for different pots.
6. Macramé Hanging Planters
Macramé planters are an excellent choice to grow trailing plants like pothos, spider plants, and philodendrons. They will also help you to keep them safe from pets.
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7. Use Greenery as a Room Divider
Grow plants to make a wall divider or a privacy screen between two rooms or for dividing a relatively large living room. Add large foliage and trailing plants for a lush look.
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9. Use Wooden Board to Hang Pots
A wooden board with a metal hook or clamps is all you need to hang mason jars and pots to showcase plants! You also have an option to clamp the jars on these boards.
10. Make a Living Wall
Creating a living wall is one more modish way to grow more indoor plants.
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11. Use a Frame
Use an old wooden frame to grow air plants. This way, you will be able to display them like living art!
12. Grow Plants in Wine and Booze Bottles
These bottles make for one of the most interesting vases to grow plants like pothos in water. Keep them on kitchen shelves, tables, or windowsills for the best display.
13. Hanging Wooden Board
Get a wooden board, drill holes at the ends, and hang it in a room using a rope. It will be a super cool way to display pots without taking any floor space.
14. Test Tube Propagation Garden
Test tubes are also a fantastic space-saving option to propagate plants in water.
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15. Use a Window Ledge
If you have a large window, simply put a shelf across. It will have more than enough space to keep many different plants on top. You also have a choice to hang pots on it too!
16. Hang Plants From Ceiling
Hanging plants from the ceiling not only brings an indoor jungle vibe to the place but also saves a lot of floor space in the process while maintaining the greenery.
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17. Make Window Boxes to Keep Pots and Vases
All you need are some wooden planks, and you can DIY wooden boxes like this on your window to utilize the space cleverly. It can hold many pots and can be tailor-made according to the size of your window!