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5 Stunning Indoor Plant Wall Ideas

Large propagation plant wall

Sometimes, when we are feeling a little lazy, it's best to get out of the way and let nature take over. Spruce up any boring white wall with indoor hanging plants.

Plants that grow in water are a great aesthetic addition to your home decor, easy to maintain, and level up your home air quality!

Greenery is calming well- so why not bring some into your home with a plant wall? Not only will it add just what you need in terms of decoration but also give you something nice to look at if space is limited.

What Is a Plant Wall?

A plant wall is an arrangement of plants that’s designed to be used as a living wall. They can be composed of all the same type of plant or they could be a mix of different types. These can come in many shapes, sizes and colors. The possibilities are endless!

Do you love the look of a well-cared-for indoor space? Or maybe you love the idea of a greener home? Indoor plants offer a ton of benefits for your home, from making it smell better to keeping it cleaner. But beyond that, they can also have a huge impact on how you feel.

A planter wall can be an excellent stress reliever, and they can also help you get the most out of your space. Indoor plant walls can be an excellent way to spruce up your home and make it feel like a living space. They also help to create a more unified look and feel, so they're ideal for large homes as well as small ones.


Indoor plant walls can be a great way to spruce up your home. They offer an excellent opportunity for you to express your style and personality in the room.

They can also be a great way to make your space feel more like a living environment.

If you want some inspiration on what plants work best, consider succulents, ferns, ivy, and mosses. These plants are low-maintenance and won’t overgrow in your space. You can also play around with different arrangements until you find something that fits your taste and will work great for your planter wall!


You can find a guide on any plant on our site here. But when in doubt, find medium or bright indirect light for your plants to thrive.

Outdoor plant walls can help you get the most out of your backyard by adding a layer of privacy or giving you more room for entertaining.

Modern Botanical's Top 5 Plant Wall Ideas

1.  Living Room Living Wall

Alocasia Growing in Water

2. Kitchen Propagation Station

Alocasia Growing in Water

3. Sun Room Green Wall

Alocasia Growing in Water

4. Gallery Wall

Alocasia Growing in Water

5. Eye Catching Entry Way

Alocasia Growing in Water

How to Add an Indoor Plant Wall to Your Home

You might be thinking, “What could I possibly do with an indoor plant wall?” Luckily, we have some great ideas to get you started. One of the best ways to create an indoor plant wall is by using a vertical wall space in your house. A perfect example of this is a staircase wall or even a hallway. Any wall space (or table display!) can be leveled up by an indoor garden.

Indoor plant walls are also a fun way to get kids involved in gardening at home. They can help care for the plants, which will teach them about responsibility and how things grow from seeds.

You could spend hours DIYing a funky space, but if that doesn't sound fun to you, we made it easy! Check out our pre-designed living wall sets:

Coconino Plant Wall Set

Sequoia Plant Wall Set

Tips for Growing Success with Indoor Plant Walls

Whichever type of indoor plant wall you choose, be sure to keep these tips in mind:

Start slowly - Don't dive into growing an entire indoor plant wall at once! It's better to start small with just one or two plants and grow from there.

Put some thought into your planter wall - Before getting started, think about the layout of your home and decide where the best place would be for this type of garden.

Choose wisely - When selecting plants, make sure they're easy to maintain as well as compatible with one another (i.e., if one thrives in indirect sunlight, don't put it next to another that needs full sun).

Have fun - Indoor plant walls should reduce stress, not add it! Experiment with adding different plants into your home, or change setups when you get bored. There's no such thing as too many indoor plant walls (to us).


Adding indoor plant walls is a great way to add a little bit of green to your home and enjoy the benefits that plants can bring to your space. Check out this blog post for getting started with indoor plant walls and be sure to let us know about your success!

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