Hung on a clothing rail that doubles as as a shelving unit.
First, it was the fiddle leaf fig. Then, hanging plants became all the rage, particularly when it came to bringing part of the outdoors in. Understandably so, too — they're sleek, versatile and capitalise on space (or a lack thereof) well. However, unlike potted plants — which you have more liberty to place and move at will — it can be trickier to introduce cascading greens into the home because of their trailing branches. Will it look messy instead of chic? Get in the way instead of add to the atmosphere?
Lest you end up with something that resembles more of a jungle than a home, below are 14 ways to incorporate hanging plants into your home decor.