Love houseplants? Consider adding a living wall – a wall full of plants! Here are a ton of living wall ideas for your home!
Houseplants are a beautiful and popular way to decorate. They add texture and a natural feel to your home.
Plus, they bring in the trending green color.
One way to be dramatic with your houseplants is to install a living wall.
What is a living wall?
A living wall is a wall covered with living plants. It could be 100% covered, or be more heavily decorated with plants hanging or mounted on the wall.
Why hang a living wall?
Living walls are a great way for plant lovers to display a lot of plants. If you have a wall that gets great light – this is a great way to squeeze in loads of plants.
Houseplants can also act as air purifiers, cleansing the air as well as looking beautiful!
Here are some of my favorite DIY living wall ideas!
Living wall ideas
Here are some ideas for beautiful DIY living walls to add to your home!
Mount terra cotta pots directly on the wall for this beautiful, statement-making plant wall.
Don't want to hang pots directly on the wall? No problem! Here's how to hang a pegboard plant wall!
Use a metal bucket to create this wall-hanging succulent garden.
Test tube planters can be used - I have a set of 3 - to create a beautiful plant wall even on a slim space.
Staghorn ferns naturally grow in the crook of trees and love being wall mounted on wood! Here's how to mount them!
DIY Indoor Living Plant Wall
Use these plant holder rings to hold pots upright on your wall in any design.
DIY Outdoor Living Plant Wall
This living wall uses plant holder clips to hold pots in a grid layout!
How To Make A GORGEOUS DIY Vertical Garden!
Here is a tutorial for a vertical garden using hanging metal pots on wire!
DIY Vertical Garden Wall Planter with Plans
Here is a woodworking build for a wooden vertical garden that could serve as a divider or privacy wall, too.
How I designed an easy diy outdoor living wall
You can also use felt pockets for an easy hanging plant wall.
OK - this is kind of a cheat, but - if you have a wall that is NOT well suited for plants (very dark, for example), but want a living wall, consider hanging a faux boxwood panel wall! It's easy to do and gives an instant lush effect!
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