It’s no secret that I love my plants. We have everything from pilea plants to pothos to large fiddle leaf figs (and everything in between). I’m often asked, where do you put them all?! Well today, friends, I’m here to help you figure this out with some indoor plant stand ideas.
With over 50 plants scattered throughout my home, I’ve had to figure out a few different places to house them! We have them on windowsills, built in shelves, dressers, hanging from the wall and on dedicated plant stands.
Plant stands are great for keeping plants in a spot perfect for their light needs. We have #2 below in a low lit spot in our hallway for 3 of our low light plants and #1 right in front of a large glass patio door for our monstera plant that prefers more light.
Having the ability to move around your plant stands is super helpful for getting your plants the correct light!
And hanging plants are especially amazing because you don’t need to take up any floor space to add a few plants to your home! The one thing you need to remember is to only get hardy plants that don’t require drainage since you’ll ruin your walls if your pot has drainage holes. (Or simply remove the pot from the wall, water it, and put it back after you’re sure it’s done draining.)
So without further ado, here are 10 of my favorite plant stands (or 8 + 2 hanging ones!).
Indoor Plant Stand Ideas
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We have this pot/plant stand for our Monstera and it’s one of my favorites! One thing to note is the pot and stand are separate pieces so you need to be careful when moving it. We put felt furniture pads on the bottom so we could slide it across the floor when we need to clean or give it more/less light!
This is a great option for corners of rooms or nooks. Get a variety of plants shown off with one plant stand! We have this plant stand in our hallway nook in between our kids rooms.
We have these macrame plant holders in our bedroom. My mom actually gave them to me for my birthday! I love being able to hang plants and these were so easy to hang! They work great with pothos plants since pothos hang really well.
I LOVE this gold and black plant stand! It’s modern look would add some glamour to any room in your house.
This marble and gold plant stand is an upgrade from the IKEA one I own. 😉 Multi-tiered plant stands are my favorite because you mix and match different plants, pots, etc to create a fun look!
This multi-tiered plant stand is perfect for awkward spots in your home that need some sprucing up but you’re unsure what to do! You don’t even have to use each shelf for plants but you definitely could!
I love this beautiful multi layer plant stand. It comes in 3 different sizes so you could get just one or line them up together as shown here. Mixing drooping plants with plants that grow tall make this one of my favorite plant stands in this round up!
These mid-century wood plant stands with black pots are really similar to the white ones I shared in the beginning. I love how classy they look and know they’d add a special element of design to any room!
When you don’t have much floor space, go for hanging! This adorable Athens white hanging planter is perfect for any room with its simple pattern.
And lastly, a simple metal bar cart! 🙂 Obviously this is not just for plants (we also have one for books in Roy’s room) but it’s perfect for your plant friends! You can easily move the cart to ensure they get enough light (or for easy watering) and it’s easy to mix and match plants!
So there you have it! 10 simple (and beautiful) ways to show off your ever growing plant collection! Which one is your favorite?
Be sure to check out my 7 best indoor plants for air purification post next!
Thanks for reading!