Bring some greenery into your interiors with these easy DIY projects.
Hanging planter and canvas bag planter
Love the copper pipe trend? Why not use it to house some of your air plants? Purchase PVC pipe joints from the hardware store, coat them in your desired shade and attach ropes to them.
Another way to present your plants in a neat way is to place them in cute canvas bags. We bought these from Daiso and dip-dyed them in fabric paint.
Monstera leaf tray
Get in on the botanical craze with this eye-catching yet rather effortless project. You’ll need a white tray, a couple of artificial monstera palm leaves and crafting epoxy. Cut your leaves to fit nicely into the tray and lay them on the tray. You can dab some craft glue onto the undersides of the leaves to keep them in place. Mix the epoxy according to package directions and then pour it into the tray. Place tray on a flat surface and leave to dry for 24 hours.
Laminated pegboard and rope vase
Who says you can’t introduce some flora into a small space? Get creative with a pegboard and use it to hang or prop up some plants. To make some rustic-looking plant pots, simply coil twine or rope around used tin cans and you have a simple yet stylish way to display your greens.
This was adapted from an article originally published in the October 2016 issue of SquareRooms. Photos by Wong Weiliang; craftwork and art direction by Neo Aik Sing and Linda Setiono; styling by Yong Woei Na.