We are knee deep in the move to our new studio space (more on that soon!) Our new ceiling has exposed beams and pipes — so there is no shortage of places to hang trailing plants. Eager and excited, we headed to the nursery for additions to our plantiful family. We came home with spider plants, pothos, staghorn ferns, creeping charlies and more. We now have a family of nearly 25 hanging plants! How should we hang them? We’re gleaning inspo from our own books (hehe)
(Our new book The New Bohemians Handbook will be here in just six weeks and these photos are some of the outtakes).
Right now our new plant babies are just chilling on the regular hangers from the nursery, but we have our eyes on some bohotastic hanging planters:
Is that image with the hat and the grateful dead poster new or is it from a previous post? I would love to see more of that room!
Justina Blakeney says
Hi Tim! That is a photo from our new book (an outtake!) and the whole room is featured there :) with time we’ll be sharing more of the homes from The New Bohemians Handbook here on the blog, too. Thanks!
I love hanging planters but am not a huge macrame lover. I’m having a hard time finding other options, do you have any pointers for non macrame hangers?
Wonderful idea of hanging in bathroom! Thinking about having a plant in bathroom!
I like the bathroom :). I will get inspired
Hanging planters are a great way to add color and texture to your garden. They can be hung from the side of a fence, trellis or arbor or they can be hung from the top of a tree. I visit https://topcvwritersuk.com/topresume-review/ now. Hang them in large groups that share similar colors, or use one color per group. Hanging planters allow you to create a variety of shapes and sizes depending on how you arrange them on the wall.
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I like this bathroom
This bathroom is so beautiful. I like it