Show some creativity by following the Intelligent Tips to Vine Trailing Houseplants on Walls and transform the look of your room completely!
If you live in an apartment, then making the best use of space to grow plants is the real deal. The good thing is, we have some really Intelligent Tips to Vine Trailing Houseplants on Walls that’ll help you to make the best use of limited space!
Learn some clever plant hanging hacks without damaging your walls here
Intelligent Tips to Vine Trailing Houseplants on Walls
1. Use Nails to Vine Houseplants on Wall
Fix small nails to hold vines up on the wall. The nails will disappear into the leaves. You can trail heart-leaf philodendron or pothos vines easily this way.
2. Indoor Trellis, Twine, or Wires
Trellis is an affordable, easy way to bring style to any boring wall with climbing vines. Follow this DIY and build your own trellis here.
3. Wall Clips & Command Hooks
There are many ways to vine houseplants on walls, make an indoor trellis or climb twine or wires to train plants to the vine.
Use small command hooks to vine trailing plants on the wall or use wall clips—both of these options save you from drilling holes in the wall.
4. Trailing Plant Wall Hanger
Build a simple plant wall hanger and train the trailing stems to grow upward without coming in the way. Find the DIY here.
5. Floating Shelves For Vining Plants
Floating shelves are a great way to display vining plants—you can build a shelf using a magnetic hook or adhesive ones and avoid drilling into the wall.
Pegboards are the best pocket-friendly idea to display vining houseplants—you can give a quick makeover to any dull-looking wall with this.
Here are some amazing pegboard ideas for plants
7. On a Plant Stand and Wooden Stool
A wooden stool is all you need to make plants like pothos and philodendron vine beautifully around it. It will also take very little space!
8. Hanging Plant Wall
Attach a long twig on the wall, use macrame cords and curtain rings to hang your planters for a beautiful display. The vines will trail beautifully on the twig.
9. Trailing Plants in Pentagon Hanging Boxes
Hanging pentagon boxes on the wall is a great option for trailing plants. Dangling vines look adorable in this style of decor.
10. Wooden Frames for Vining Plants
Install small wooden frames on walls and display mini pots carrying trailing plants on the wall.
11. Wall Vase Planter
Ring planters are an intelligent idea to mount your trailing plants on the wall—you can use plastic or wooden rings in different shades.
12. Pallet Wall Planter
A wooden pallet planter on the wall can be mounted on the wall for showcasing trailing vines. Hang mason jars with display light for a beautiful look.
13. Vines in Metal Hangers
Neon, silver satin pothos and heart-leaf philodendron look exquisite in metal plant hangers on the walls.
14. Wooden Branches on Wall
Hang different wooden branches on the wall and train plants like pothos and philodendron to vine beautifully on them!
15. Plants on Steel Mesh
Steel mesh is cheap and can be great to hang pots where the plants will have all the room to vine!
16. Use Ropes
Ropes are also an easy way to train plants like pothos behind the bed, over a window, or any place for that matter. You can use wooden supports to fix multiple ropes for more plants.