Add greenery to your home. Use decorative indoor hanging planters to save space.

Decorative Indoor Hanging Planters

There is a refreshing way to bring your plants in and display indoors when season changes or where space is limited. Surely you will agree with me, hanging plants are beautiful and eye-catching. Does hanging indoor herb plants sound interesting to you? Well, there is a wide array of decorative indoor hanging planters to choose from and you could use them to grow your herbs indoors besides other indoor plants. I know you are eager to see these attractive planters. Let's get started and pick your favourite from the selection below.

Beautiful Macrame

Are you a fan of macramé? Yes! You will surely love these beautiful macramé plant hangers. They make your home greener without taking much space and give it a Bohemian feel. You can hang these from the ceiling or wall.

Unique for you and something special for a friend should you decide to use this for gifting, especially Housewarming.

Comes in a set of 4. Choose either cotton rope with one of the hangers attached to a pine shelf or jute rope with wood beads ornament.

Mkono Macrame Plant Hangers (cotton rope), Set of 4

Rated Amazon’s Choice, 4.9 stars out of 5 with 21 customer review.

Materials: Cotton rope with a pine shelf

Specs: 4 pcs hangers with variable lengths at 40”, 41”, 45” and 46”. A pine shelf at approximately 11 ¾” square x ½” thickness. Pots are NOT included.

This plant hanger will fit a variety of flower pot sizes and shapes. Ideal for planters up to 7 inches in diameter.

Mkono Macrame Plant Hangers (Jute Rope), Set of 4

Rated Amazon's Choice, 4.6 stars out of 5 with 190 customer reviews

Material: Jute with wood beads

Specs: 4 pcs hangers with variable lengths at 30”, 40” and 55”. Pots are not included.

Match with a round or square flower pot to decorate your home. Ideal for planters up to 10 inches in diameter.

The brown wooden beads are the perfect complement to the khaki-coloured jute, without being garish.

In Tiers

With these vertical hanging planters, you can display plants or grow your herbs, making use of the vertical space in your home. Not only great for small spaces, but they are also attractively eye-catching.

Mkono 3 Tiers Ceramic Hanging Planter

Rated Amazon’s Choice, 4.8 stars out of 5 with 111 customer reviews

Material: Ceramic with cotton rope

Specs: 1 pc hanger with 3 planters measuring 3 5/8” H x 4” W x 3 ½” D. Total height when hung is 30”.

One side of each planter is flat and lays nicely against the wall.

However, there is no drainage hole in the pot. Adding a handful of small rocks or charcoal to the bottom of your planter is an easy way to give that excess water somewhere to go to prevent your herb plants from drowning.

Mkono 3 Tiers Ceramic Hanging Planter, Rectangular

Rated 4.3 stars out of 5 with 120 customer reviews

Material: Ceramic with cotton rope

Specs: 1 pc hanger with 3 planters measuring 2 ½” H x 3 ¼” W x 6 ½” L. Total height when hung is approximately 28 ½ ”.

Each ceramic pot comes with its drain hole. Works perfectly for a small herb garden. However, it may be smaller than it looks so draw out the dimension to see the exact size.

You need to water your plants carefully because it is quite shallow causing it to overflows easily.

Should you have some floor space to spare, take a look at these Vertical Indoor Herb Garden.

Modern Accent

Uniquely display your potted plant. Add a modern and elegant touch to your home.

Umbra Triflora Hanging Planter

Umbra Triflora Hanging Planter

Rated Amazon’s Choice, 4.2 stars out of 5 with 40 customer reviews

Material: Melamine pots with a metal rod

Specs: Fits a standard 24” kitchen window. Length of rope is 43”.

The highly durable melamine pots without drainage holes are made to fit standard size 3-inch diameter pots.

This hanging planter can be ceiling or wall-mounted. Mounting hardware is included.

By hanging planters on a metal rod, it is easy to water and displays your plants at your window without taking up windowsill space.

You can alter the length of its ropes to your preferred height, as well as slide them across the rod to change the position of the plant pots.

With this hanging planter, you can display plants at your window and have fresh herbs at arm’s length.

Mkono 2 pcs Metal Round Hanging Planter

Mkono 2 pcs Metal Round Hanging Planter

Rated 4.5 stars out of 5 with 112 customer reviews

Material: Metal with cotton rope

Specs: 2 metal hangers with an outer circle diameter of 12 ½ inches

This circular plant holder fits 6-inch pot and height of the pot should be 5 inches.

Display your potted plants or herbs uniquely with this planter.

Characteristically Charming

Add a unique texture and distinguished features to your home. A magical blend of simplicity, daring and nature.

La Jolie Muse Hand Painted Hanging Planters, Set of 2

Rated Amazon’s Choice, 4.5 stars out of 5 with 45 customer reviews

Material: Ceramic

Specs: 2 planters with different shapes and sizes. Shallow pot - 8" W x 3" H with 6.7" inner diameter. Deep pot – 6” W x 5.3” H with 5.3” inner diameter. The adjustable rope is 17".

The hand-painted metallic abstract floral motif work in tandem with the golden accent and offer just enough character to stand out and catch the eye.

There is no drainage hole. Read the tips on how to overcome this at the end of this article.

La Jolie Muse Marble Pattern Hanging Planter, Set of 2

Rated Amazon’s Choice, 4.4 stars out of 5 with 118 customer reviews

Material: PP and Resin

Specs: 2 same size planters at 10” D x 4.7” H x 3.9” base. Rope length is at 20.5”.

Adjust the height to your liking with its sturdy heavy-duty triple rope hanger.

A modern concrete look with marble pattern gives it a unique texture. Unless you are touching it, you cannot tell that it is not stone. It is lightweight at merely 0.52 kg each pot.

The detachable plug makes these hanging planters perfect both indoor and outdoor use.

23 Bees Concrete Hanging Planter

23 Bees Concrete Hanging Planter, Set of 3

Rated 4.5 stars out of 5 with 67 customer reviews

Material: Concrete

Specs: 3 same size planters at 5.5” D x 5” H with 22” brown cord. Each pot is about 3lbs.

Hang from the ceiling or wall, these hanging planters each come with a drainage hole and plug for easy watering. Perfect for planting herbs.

This concrete material hanging set creates an overall modern feel you are sure to love.

Self-Watering

Hassle or simply forget to water your plants. A self-watering hanging planter surely helps.

Tabor Tools Self-Watering Hanging Planter

Tabor Tools Self Watering Hanging Planter

Rated 4.4 stars out of 5 with 101 customer reviews

Material: Plastic

Specs: Inner basket is 9” diameter x 4 ½” depth & outer bowl is 10” diameter x 7” height.

The rust-resistant triple-chain hanger offers up to 15kg loading capacity.

This self-watering planter features a water reservoir and a water-level indicator that lets you know when it is time to refill the reservoir, preventing over or under-watering. There is a drainage plug that allows you to switch between indoor or outdoor use.

This trendy rattan look hanging basket makes a stylish addition to any part of your home. The decorative woven wicker has a texture that is remarkably similar to real rattan.

You can use multiple different coloured baskets (green, red, grey, black and white) to grow your plants and hang at different levels to create your unique decorative effect. The TABOR TOOLS weaved self-watering basket can also double as a table planter on a flat surface.

T4U Plastic Self Watering Hanging Planter, Set of 2

T4U Plastic Self Watering Hanging Planter

Rated 4.7 stars out of 5 with 19 customer reviews

Material: PP with an iron chain

Specs: 1 big planter at 9.5” D x 7” H. 1 small planter at 7” D x 5.25” H.

Special Watering Hole Design allows you to water your plants easily even in the hanging position. The water level indicator takes the guesswork out of watering them.

The simple design is great for displaying plants to match the decorative styles of most homes.

Take a look at Counter Top Self-Watering Indoor Herb Garden here.

Cutie Sweetie

Bring the best of nature into your home and be reminded that beauty is all around us, every day. The sweet colour elevates the room while adding a touch of greenery to your space.

Mix & match the following ideas!

Kalalou Bluebird Ceramic Hanging Planter Pot

Rated 4.6 stars out of 5 with 65 customer reviews

Material: Glazed ceramic with jute cord

Specs: 7” diameter x 6.5” height x 5” top opening with hanging cord at 29”

There is no drainage hole thus you can place a plastic 4-inch pot inside to provide drainage.

Let roly-poly bluebird holds your plants and charms your guests.

You must consider using this for gifting. This makes a great gift for the indoor gardener and bird enthusiast.

MyGift 4-Pot Bright Pastel Ceramic Hanging Planter Set

Rated 4.6 stars out of 4 with 174 customer reviews

Material: Terracotta with twisted jute rope. Painted in soft pastel blue, pink, green and yellow colours.

Specs: 4 same size pots at 4” diameter x 4” height x 2.8” opening

The pots delicately hang from twisted jute rope, allowing you to plant an array of flowers, fresh herbs or vibrant succulents.

Extremely cute but make sure you are alright with the size because they are smaller than they look. Growing herbs as ornamental plants in these pots make more sense than for cooking.

23 Bees Ceramic Hanging Planter, 1 pc

Rated Amazon’s Choice, 4.6 stars out of 5 with 20 customer reviews

Material: Glazed ceramic with cotton rope. Comes in blue OR pink.

Specs: 1 pot at 6” D x 5” H. Length of braided rope is 20” with wood beads.

Each hanging planter comes with a drainage hole and plugs for easy watering.

This sweet hanging planter provides a beautiful natural colour to your home.

Mkono Colourful Ceramic Hanging Planter, Set of 3

Rated 4.9 stars out of 5 with 132 customer reviews

Material: Ceramic with jute rope. Comes in 3 different colours of light blue, pink and brown.

Specs: 3 same size planters at 4.5” inner diameter x 3” height x 4.64” opening diameter. Total lenght of rope is 17”.

There is a drainage hole at the bottom and a detachable rubber plug for both indoor and outdoor use.

Add a touch of greenery and colours to your space.

Overall

Hanging your plants or herbs indoor is good when you have limited counter or floor space. Also, a great idea if you have young children and pets. And when the weather changes, you need not worry. It is wonderful to have greens indoors. Moreover, isn’t it delightful to have fresh herbs growing at your kitchen?

You need to understand these decorative indoor hanging planters are generally small in size. Bigger, they can be heavy once soil and water are added. Should you use these for growing herbs, you may not have enough. Nevertheless, it should be sufficient if you only cook occasionally. Do not let this to be the reason not growing herbs in these beautiful decorative planters. I grow mint as ornamental plants!

So, what do you think? Are you delighted to see these attractive planters? Can you visualize how lovely will they be, hanging at your home? I am a fan of macramé. How about you? Please comment below. Love to hear your thought.

Click the share button! Share these lovely ideas with your family and friends. They may like these for themselves or gifting.

Before signing off, I would like to leave you with some tips. If you have others, add them to the comments section.

Tips for Growing Herbs in Pots without Drainage Holes

Water. It is best to have drainage holes to allow water to seep out of the pots after watering. This ensures the water does NOT pool at the base, protecting roots from rotting, fungus and bacteria.

This does not mean you cannot grow herbs in the decorative planters recommended here. They are too beautiful not to have.

To overcome this, you need to water sparingly and slowly so that the water distributes evenly through the soil without becoming stagnant at the bottom. You can create a drainage layer by adding pebbles or pumice to the bottom of the pot before adding soil. This allows water to get out of the soil more quickly and away from the roots.

Keep forgetting to water your hanging plants? Or you prefer hassle-free? You may choose to use the self-watering hanging planters. Alternatively, use a plastic pot with a drainage hole that is slightly smaller than the planter to grow your herbs. Simply set the pot inside the planter.

Medium. The drainage can be improved further by mixing potting soil with pumice.

Pumice creates spaces in potting mediums for water and air. Fill the pot with a mixture of 2 parts potting soil with 1 part pumice.

Light. Find the best spot to hang your planter. At a shady spot, the soil is not able to dry out properly thus causing root rot. Well, near a window sill is the best spot.

That's all for now. Happy Growing! Please share and comment.

From the Corner of My Home – Spice Up Your Life with Herbs and Spices

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10 Replies to “Decorative Indoor Hanging Planters

  1. I love these macrame plant hangers and I remember my mom used to make and sell them as I was growing up. They seemed to lose popularity for a while but now they’re Back and even prettier than before. 

    My favorite is the one with the tray and three plants on the tray. The Umbra triflora hanging planter is also stunning for those that prefer a more modern look. 

    1. I envy those who make their own macrame. It is an art that should be promoted. Thanks for commenting, Michel. 

  2. Hi Sharon, this is so perfect for me. I am retiring in a few months and I planned to work on planting herbs. I was thinking of just getting some pots and planting in them. This article has such great ideas. I love the ceramic pots and the various ways I can display hanging plants. I love macrame so much that I bought a book and taught myself several years ago. I am glad to see that these designs are now available for sale. The best takeaway is the introduction of the self watering pots. I have always had this challenge of overwatering. Thank you for this timely article. I am saving your url and you will be hearing from me.

    1. Hi JJ. I wanted to learn macrame too but haven’t find the time to do so. I have many potted herb plants and this is one of the reasons I wrote this post to share what I found. Love the macrame hanger!

      Happy growing & see you soon!

  3. Hello Sharon,

    Yes. I have to agree with you Sharon. Hanging indoor herb plants seems an interesting topic. If I am being honest, I have to say that I don’t have much experience when it comes to indoor planting. But the images macrame plant hangers that you have posted here are truly beautiful. And they made me to think buying one or two myself. Self watering hanging planters seems like a good idea to go with our day today busy schedule. This is a very informative and interesting article. I enjoyed reading and looking at the beautiful images of plant hangers. Specially the 4 pot bright pastel ceramic hanging planter set. 🙂

    1. So beautiful, aren’t they? I encourage you to grow your plants indoors. It will make a great difference to your home. Let me know should you need any information or help growing your own.

  4. Good afternoon Sharon,

    That definitely is a good idea to make your little “hanging garden” in your home when you do not have much space. Handy when you need it, I must say I like the idea.

    Your macrame suggestions are really pretty and will fit nearly any decor of your house.

    The ceramic ones are also looking nice. A good tip to put some rocks or charcoal as plants normally do not like to have their roots wet constantly.

    After looking at all the different ones you present I agree with you. I also like macrame best.

    Regards, Taetske

    1. Hi Taetske,

      Nice to see you here. Am glad you like the ideas. 

      If time permits, I love to learn how do make my own macrame. Love them so much!

      Have a fabulous day!

      Sharon

  5. Hi Sharon,

    You have a beautiful website, I love the name and the attention to detail.

    Thanks for this informative post, I am such a huge fan of houseplants, but my biggest challenge is always keeping them alive! I forget to water them sometimes, but I am trying my best to remember lately.

    I am moving into a new house soon, and I want to decorate the porch with some macrame to put my herb garden in, I am definitely going to be visiting your page again as soon as I move in!

    Thanks again for the cool post.

    Lize

    1. Hi Lize,

      Thanks for the compliments and congratulations on your new home. 

      Get yourself settle down and then you can start your herb garden! I am sure it will be beautiful with the macrame hanger. 

      All the best!

      Sharon

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