Did you know? Plants are natural air purifiers, they can bring fresh air into the house. Studies have also shown that having plants around can help to lessen stress levels and improve our mood. That’s great if we have more plants in our space. Nevertheless, when thinking about hanging the plant on the ceiling, might be you (me too) can be shy about making holes in the walls because maybe you are in an apartment or a rental or simply you don’t want to ruin the beauty of the wall when you remove them.
5 ways to hang plants without drilling (indoor)
1. Tension Rods (or Curtain Rod/ Door Rod)
You can easily put a tension rod between two walls or in a hallway or anywhere you like. This will give your plants a stable place to hang from. This method is great for people who don’t want to make holes in their walls or roof. Hanging plants from the ceiling not only gives a room more visual interest and depth but it also lets the plants get more natural light, which can help them grow and be healthier overall. So, if you want to add some greens to your home decor or make your plants healthier, you could use a tension rod to hang them from the ceiling.
Tip: if you find a tension rod is too dull, you can use ribbon, cotton cloth, etc., to decorate it looks more eye-catching.
2. Plant hooks made of magnets
Using magnetic plant hooks to hang plants from the ceiling is a great way to bring some natural beauty into your home. Magnetic hooks made of stainless steel, you can choose any color to fit any plant, hanger, or home decor and won’t damage the surface.
For the magnet to hold its full weight, it must be directly connected to a clean metal surface.
It can be hard to find a solid metal attachment point on the roof.
So, if you want to hang plants from the ceiling without having to drill holes, magnetic plant hangers might be a good option.
3. Command hooks for hanging plants from the ceiling
Using command hooks to hang plants close to the ceiling is a simple and effective way. Command Hooks are made to stick to many different surfaces, like walls and ceilings, without leaving any damage or sticky dust behind. This makes them great for hanging plants because they can be used as a strong base to hang your plants from.
Another great thing about Command Hooks is that they come in different shapes and sizes, colors, so you can feel free to choose the one for your plant and your room’s style.
4. Suction cup hooks
Yay, hanging plants from the ceiling with suction cup hooks is a convenient and easy way to add some greenery to your home decor.
Suction cup hooks itself have many nice styles so you can see them as pretty ornaments. They require little maintenance and can be relocated as needed, making them a fantastic choice for renters or anyone who enjoys a change of scenery every so often.
Plants can be hung from a suction cup hook, which can be attached to any smooth surface like glass or wall. Suction cup hooks can be used to easily suspend plants from the ceiling, making it possible to bring the beauty of nature indoors.
5. Bar Clamps
Most of the time, carpenter’s clamps are used to work with wood, but they can also be used to hang plants. These clamps give you a strong and flexible place to hang your plants, so you can make a show that fits your space perfectly.
A bar clamp can easily grab the about 4-inch width of an end wall. The back of the trigger has a clamp bar that can be used to hang your plant hook. You can just put it across the top of your sub walls and tighten it. The great thing is that the item won’t leave any marks on your wall where it hangs.
Additionally, using carpenter’s clamps as plant hangers can add a farmhouse or rustic touch to your decor, depending on the style of clamp you choose.
How to hang plants outside without drilling
1. S hook
First, to hang plants from the ceiling without drilling, you just simply find a specific point to hang one end of the S hook up high, the other end hooks to your potted plant. This hook has a strong fulcrum so it can bear heavy weight at the lower end, which means you can hang a heavy plant from the ceiling.
2. Shelf for Plants
Basically, shelf planting is also a good way if you want to hang the plant in the middle, not too high. Hanging plants with shelf planting is a great way to create a living wall of greenery in your home. You can choose many types of plants, shapes or, sizes. Create a carpet of green flowers mixed with yellow or whatever style you like.
Lightweight Plans for hanging from the ceiling without drilling
Some houseplants, such as the Pothos, the Fortune tree, the orchid tree, the Anthurium andraeanum, and so on. You can grow them in pots like the ones shown because they don’t need soil. This makes them much smaller.