Loving green with String Gardens ang hanging flowerpots


Lately I'm getting more and more obsessed by hanging flower pots due to 2  reasons; one is all the beautiful images and ideas that are popping up online of how to hang plants in a gorgeous way and the other reason is because I have a baby boy, who started walking and touching everything that he can get his hands on…ideal solution to have plants without being afraid of finding sand and mud on the floor.

…so as soon as Karin has these handmade flowerpots for sale at Manos I will buy one……coming soon, I hope!


fffffounf these too and LOVE them, beautiful from Pigeontoe Ceramics!



String Gardens….and the images over at this website from these super beautiful hanging plants are keep coming back in my mind…oh how I wish how to make them, because shipping them to Malaysia will not be so easy I think? But if you would like to buy some or get information on how to order the new stock, just send an email to this address. It arrived!!


In the meantime I should consider making one like these myself and follow the instructions here


Although these are not hanging flowerpots, i totally loved how the flowers have been decorated here by Front…you know the design label that also designed this lamp and this one

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Kerry

    I love the hanging plants with the nasturtiums. An interesting way to brighten a narrow space.

  2. Slow Lane

    Lovely! Love especially the flower decorations by Front. So charming and fun!!

    P.S. Irene, Mook’s banner link doesn’t work. Tried to click it before but it’s URL is broken.. xo

  3. cathiehong

    ohmy, that flower wall is stunning. i can’t believe someone thought to do that — i’ll have to keep it in mind for the next shower i host!

  4. Lexi

    I love how Front has moved away from the stereotypical wallpaper background and experimented with something new!


  5. Emma

    Fab post! I love this idea of hanging plants. The room filled with pods hanging is just amazing! Thanks for sharing! Very inspired! I think I might do hanging strawberry baskets! x

  6. Tish

    I love the String Gardens, so sculptural, fun and pretty.

    Love your blog, by the way!

  7. Damier Canvas

    wow all those garments are so amazing and fabulous I don’t come to your blog as often as I would like, but whenever I do I see some really amazing things keep up the good work! =)

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