20 beautiful hanging planters that will make you want to live in a 'jungalow'
When it comes to decor, green is definitely the new black
If you're familiar with the word "jungalow," it might be because it was made wildly popular by designer, artist, blogger and author Justina Blakeney, and is the name of Blakeney's bohemian lifestyle blog. As you can imagine, Blakeney's style relies heavily on greenery and her gorgeous photos will make you curse your black thumb. Get the look by incorporating these hanging planters in your home. They take up no floor space and and can inject a little green into every room. And for those who can't keep a plant alive to save their own life? Invest in faux plants!
A collaboration with design team M.F.E.O, West Elm and the Jungalow queen herself, this geometric wooden planter has a '70s vibe that will add style to even simplest spider plant.
And now from Blakeney's own collection, this ceramic piece is meant to be potted with "a plant with lots of personality." So find something exotic and create your own private jungalow.
Lovers of sweet terrariums (and hard to kill succulents and air plants) need not be left out. This hanging terrarium lets you put your plant diorama hobby on display.
A faux wicker basket with a splash of colour, this sweet planter would look great in a kitchen. (Actually, get two. One for a plant, one to display fresh fruit!)
Macramé hasn't been this cool since the '70s. Totally instagram-worthy, this pot holder is trendy without being over-the-top.
Graphic black-and-white stripes for the monochromatic fan. Green is just your accent colour.
This faceted pot adds a modern edge to a more organic trend. Great in an office or clustered in a bunch.
Handmade in Quebec, the tiny leaf print on this ceramic pot is the sweetest. Hang it by a window to show it off.
Who needs pets? Give your plants the love they deserve with a home of their own.
Defy gravity with this upside down paint drip effect pot handmade in Montreal.
Like a swing for your favourite plant, this wood and rope hanging planter will make gardening indoors so much more fun.
Want the full-on '70s macrame look? This hanging wall planter is the way to go. It holds three pots and features a natural tree branch.
This faceted hanging terrarium is open so it can house more than just air plants or succulents. Try a plant that trails so it grows and overflows out of the opening.
Not just for the porch, this natural woven basket would look lovely in a living room with other wicker baskets or natural elements.
A nod to macrame with it's knotted rope and a simple two-tone ceramic pot make this the perfect way to introduce the hanging pot trend into your life.
Gorgeous for flowers outdoors, bring this resin basket indoors come fall to house ferns and other greenery.
This petite planter holds a 5" pot. It's blue marble design and simple beading make a big statement in a small package.
Great for small spaces, these geometric wall-mounted planters can be hung just about anywhere. They'd be adorable in a powder room!
The diamond shape of this planter adds a little whimsy to basic white ceramic.
Made for air plants, this teardrop-shaped planter would look great in a group of other white ceramic pots. Bored of planters? Reuse it as a bird feeder.