Nowadays, anything can be used as a pot, and with a little creativity—a hanging planter. Like any other indoor garden, these floating wonders are a great way to add some color, life and a punch of personality to any space! If you've been looking for pegs to save and projects to work on, here are a few that you can draw inspiration from.
If you want to add rustic flair to your space, wooden pieces are perfect. For those who want to go the DIY route, drill holes into wood slices, loop in some sturdy rope, and you've got your own Nordic-inspired planter!
Old bakeware make great planters, too. You can even take it a step further—instead of repotting one plant, use your cake pan to hold several small succulent pots for a mini-floating garden.
Got broken dinnerware sets? Instead of throwing away the orphan pieces, turn them into a quirky, green corner dream. You can even paint them in pastel colors for a coordinated look.
Tip: If you're having trouble punching holes in ceramics, click here for an easy-to-follow guide.
Witty statements aren't just found on t-shirts. If you're looking for a way to showcase fun thrift store finds, turning them into planters is a great idea. Make sure to hang more than one item for an interesting display.
Every planter needs space to drain out water. For a hassle-free planter, layer your pot with a repurposed plastic bottle. Not only are you saving a ton of money, you're helping Mother Earth by doing this, too.
This story originally appeared on Realliving.com.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.