Hello there, my creative friend! It’s about this time every year that I go hunting for plants for my back patio. Over the last few years, I had to learn the hard way. My precious pups, AKA the diggers, love plants and dirt as much as I do, but their way of showing love isn’t the same as mine. That’s why I came up with this idea of how to hang clay pots on my covered patio wall. Little boogers!
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How To Hang Clay Pots
The first thing you’ll need is a wood wall to hang them from. And because I’m ALWAYS EXTRA, I decided to use this DIY wood pallet sign I made a while back. This way, if I ever decide I want to move my plants to another location (because creatives get bored), it can be done fairly easily.
I used wood screws to attach the wood pallet sign to the wood wall. I like the contrast of the different colors of wood.
Watch the tutorial below on how to make a DIY wood pallet sign from scrap wood.
Installing The Clay Pot Hangers
How do you hang clay pots on a wall? With these metal clips and they are like pure magic! They make the clay pots appear to be floating against the wall. Super easy to install. All you need is a screwdriver, and then insert the rim of the clay pot into the hanger.
I like the look of these hanging clay pots, and they’re easy to remove for plant care and watering. And because I chose succulents for my green arrangement, they’re low maintenance in the watering department.
Create your own design with live plants, or if you don’t have a green thumb, you can always purchase artificial plants as well. I like doing groupings of three, but a stand-alone plant would look nice too.
This is my happy place. Outdoors, barefoot with a cup of coffee. Some people do yoga to become more zen… I add clay pots to a wall. 😊 Oh, and I haven’t finished this space yet. I have other updates I will be doing and sharing as well.
Maybe the wood pallet signs need some paint? 🤔
Thanks for joining me today, and I hope this inspires you to create a peaceful space and take that much-needed time for yourself. Even if it’s only a few minutes each day, you deserve it!
Until the next project… xo, Do