5 ways to decorate your home with plants We've got five fun ways to add some greenery to your home. By Brett Walther 2015-05-01 10:26:06 1. In a corner Convention dictates that hanging baskets are for ferns, but these modular wall-mounted planters are reason enough to break the rules. The stackable column of containers—customizable to any height—is a striking way to bring life to a dead corner. Minigarden corner set (column of three stackable planters), $35, minigardening.com. 2. From the ceiling Free up precious floor space with this mod mobile, which transforms any six-inch-diameter pot into a hanging basket. Hanging wire pot bracket, $29, westelm.com. 3. Up the wall Sometimes, there's nowhere to go but up! Tap the growing potential of your walls with these innovative vertical planters. Are you tired of fussing with plant markers? A chalkboard frame makes it easy to keep tabs on what's about to sprout. Chalkboard wall planter, $227, williams-sonoma.com. Rearrange these basketlike planters on a whim. They're attached to the modular panels with powerful magnets. Urbio Big Happy Family Kit, $175, eq3.com. Go ahead and enjoy that extended vacation. With its built-in reservoir, this self-watering planter can look after itself. Minigarden small basic with pots, $30, minigardening.com. 4. Inside a table A chic hybrid of accent table and terrarium, this double-duty piece certainly earns its footprint. Object Interface Everything table, $799, oniprojects.com. 5. Along a room divider When it comes to carving an open-concept space into separate zones, a folding screen is an old decorating standby. What makes this room divider revolutionary is its capacity: 13 built-in brackets to hold a baker's dozen of your go-to blooms. Socker indoor/outdoor plant stand, $50, ikea.ca. Check out how you can make your own living floral arrangement. This story was originally part of "Grow Anywhere" in the May 2015 issue. Subscribe to Canadian Living today and never miss an issue!