Bring some garden into your home. In the garden I am a huge fan of vertical gardening, but I am also a fan of it in the house. It doesn’t take up as much space as a planter on the floor, but still adds the delicate, green, and organic look you are looking for. Plus it’s affordable.
I have been a huge fan of these hanging vases for a while now, but I felt I hit the jackpot when I found them on the CB2 website earlier in 2016. Here are a couple of shapes and options.
*Tear Drop Vase: http://www.cb2.com/wall-mounted-teardrop-vase/s307092
Small Beaker Vase: http://www.cb2.com/beaker-glass-tube-8-wall-vase/s513164?&a=0&source=igodigital&_=1483236403775
Large Beaker Vase: http://www.cb2.com/beaker-glass-tube-16-wall-vase/s217072
Small Triangle Vase: http://www.cb2.com/set-of-2-trigg-small-wall-vases/s157161?&a=0&source=igodigital&_=1483236431451
Large Triangle Vase: http://www.cb2.com/trigg-large-wall-vase/s587668?&a=0&source=igodigital&_=1483236462830
Gold Wall Vase: http://www.cb2.com/bolt-gold-wall-vase/s115450?&a=0&source=igodigital&_=1483236488478
All these vases attach with one screw or nail in the wall. Each vase has a hole in the back and center where it then hangs on the nail/screw. It seems very sturdy and I have not doubt they will last a long time.
In our home, we have used the teardrop vases and some flowers from a bouquet we bought at Bachmans. In the summer, I cannot wait to put in decorations from my garden to style them and keep them fresh. The cool thing about this wall art, is that each time to change the flowers, it will create a different look and feeling.
Please share images if you do this in your home or have some already installed! I would love to see!