Hang plants from the ceiling. Suction planters to your window and build from there. Position hanging plants adjacent to your walls. Explore the creative possibilities of how to build a non-traditional indoor garden.

There are a lot of reasons why interior decorators and designers enjoy faux hanging plants. By keeping them off the ground, you save space. By having them at eye-level, they’re more challenging to miss. If you have pets or children around, it’s also a very safe approach.

Whether this is your first time creating a hanging garden or you’re experienced with hanging plants, these locations to place your hanging plant provide options on where to get started this season.

Bag ‘Em!

On this list, you find a lot of guidance on how to use hanging plants in pots and planters. Alternatively, why not try hanging them from bags. Stylish, modern plant bags are cheap, lightweight, and can be hung from almost anything. In terms of diversity, they allow you to transport and adjust your indoor hanging garden as you go.


Imagine a set of vertical planters that hang down in a line. They can be affixed to a bar. This approach provides the perfect location to put in some herbs, flowers, and grasses that add textures and color. For decorators and designers that prefer a sleek, controlled look around hanging plants, this is one of the most ordered ways to present an indoor garden.


Attach your artificial indoor hanging plants in planters that stick to the wall with magnets. Configuring your garden in this way requires magnetic plates which can take some installation. That said, the benefits here are you can re-arrange your garden and remove hanging plants whenever needed.

Your Windows

Indoor window planters use suction to affix hanging plants to this area of the room. For herbs, traditional hanging plants, and greenery, this is a great way to ensure they get the light they require. The downside is that the suction cups don’t always look so pretty from the outside. Windows that aren’t primarily a gateway to view the outside work best by this method.

Wall Mount

There are wall mounts for flat-screens, speakers, and more. A wall mount for a hanging plant presents it like an artwork installation. A beautiful indoor garden as wall art. Fake hanging plant benefits ensure this installation never needs to be watered or will never fade in appearance. Shape it to your needs and then, let it be. 

Creating a Trellis

A trellis is a framework of metal bars that are used for climbing plants. Creating a trellis for some hanging plants presents them spaced apart in a modern, minimalist wall garden. Planters that hook onto the bars of the trellis free up floor space. A trellis provides you a designated area for hanging plants, ensuring they never fill up a room to any sort of overwhelming degree.

Multi-Tier Ceiling Hanger

Among locations for hanging plants, the most common is the ceiling. Instead of doing a single planter, use a multi-tier design. Multi-tiers create a more dynamic presentation although they fill up more space than other methods. For this location to work, it really comes down to the type of planter selected and how much visual interest it creates.

For indoor garden ideas, we’ve got you covered. Hang your plants from your ceiling, walls, or wherever your heart desires. Start your journey with plant interior design with premium-made, handcrafted faux hanging plants from ArtiPlanto.

Alexandru Popa