Extension BContemporary Dining Room, Rennes
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Hang a foliage frameA simple wooden frame, which you could make from a cheap pine ladder, can be hung from a rafter to suspend a succession of pots. What to consider? Choose plants that need little watering or don’t mind sitting in water, since the pots won’t have drainage holes in the bottom; spider plants, ivy and ferns are ideal.
Hang some potsIf a full-on living wall feels like too much work, go for the dialled-down version. Wall-mounted plant pots can add some refreshing colour to an otherwise plain scheme. Hanging several of them, as seen here, gives a great effect. They don’t need to be fancy either – simple spiders, ferns and ivy plants all look good.
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Use a Hanging Plant Rack Another way to bring houseplants to bare walls is to rig up a hanging planter. Systems like this usually don’t come with drainage holes (it would make a mess indoors), so you’ll drop plants in their nursery pots into the containers in the hanging system. This has the advantage of keeping the arrangement flexible, allowing you to easily swap out plants. You can find these hanging systems through specialty nurseries or online, or put together your own using dowel rods to support multiple potted plant hangers.