Brighten any indoor corner with a burst of life sitting potted in a woven rope fixture. Its detail is sure to wow house guests—"Did you make that?!"—but lucky for you, this crafted look can be scooped up in an online shopping carts in seconds. Available at Urban Outfitters; $29.
A Color Touchup
Elevate a simple terra cotta pot using some square knots in garden variety rope from the hardware store. Then, take your macrame work to the next level by adding a little fabric dye. Just dip the bottom of the netted rope in your favorite neon colors and let them dry before hanging.
Petal to the Metal
All Strung Up
The earthy tones of unfinished wood compliment any plant life, as seen here in the stacked ring setup seen on the German blog Ohhh Mhhh. Simply string twine around one large ring, glue together with three others in a stack, and you'll have a sweet little swing to sit any existing clay pot. You can even add stripes of color within the stack to tie in your room's palette.
Related: 9 DIYs to String Together with Twine
Creatures of Habit
Why grow air plants when you can care for the smallest of sea creatures? Turn leafy greens into the tiny tentacles of an octopus, jellyfish, or squid by purchasing a playful ceramic creation from Etsy seller CindySearles. Available on Etsy; $22.
Off the Hook
For easiest install, hang up your miniature terrarium from a removable adhesive hook. Mason jars and twine are all you need to set them up in minutes! Simply wrap your string around the top of the jar, creating a long loop at the end. Drop in some air plants or other diminutive greenery before hanging.
Bold and Brassy
For less than $30, you can create this very unique planter. A mini tube cutter, brass tubes, wire and micro suede cord are all you need—all available through Darby Smart. Follow the crafty shop's instructions, and your plants will be hanging pretty, fast. Available on Darby Smart; $28.
Related: 10 Faux Planters with Genuine Style
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