Last Updated on March 10, 2020 by April
Succulent plants are a great way to add some color and life to your home without spending a lot of money. They are easy to maintain, even for the worst gardeners out there. To dress up your home, try out these totally awesome ways to display your succulent plants. You won’t be disappointed!
19 Creative Ways to Display Succulent Plants
If you’d like to add a little personality to your succulents, then why not try making planters like these?
Terrariums area terrific way to display succulents and are so easy to make.
Your houseplants are a form of art, so why not frame them?
If you prefer a compact assortment, then try a centerpiece made from a bowl.
If you have transparent vessels for your succulents, then this can be a really fun enhancement.
If you’ve never thought of making a wreath out of succulents, then you’re not alone. However, now that you’ve seen it, it might be just right for you.
This is a sweet and crafty display, because it creates a frame and becomes part of the art as well.
If you have access to driftwood, then consider this possibility for your succulent houseplants.
This is a wonderful idea in general, and yet what really makes it pop is that hexagonal frame.
If you are looking for a creative project that is also super easy, then this is just the craft for you.
Tin & Burlap
If you love burlap, then you have to admit these easy tin planters are really cool.
One way to display succulents that is so beautiful is an empty lantern case.
I don’t recommend sitting on succulents, although this planter is a creative use of a chair frame.
If you can display two beautiful things at once, then why not do that?
Cinder Block Desk Garden
If you like things more simple, but still have that creative itch, then try something like these colored cinder blocks.
If you have access to an artificial pumpkin, then consider using it as a planter for succulents.
What a cool, natural display a fallen tree can make when used as a planter!
If you don’t have the time to fashion an elaborate display, then just create a small garden with your succulents.
Finally, why not create a succulent pond?
If I could, I would totally make all of these, but then I’d look just a bit over obsessed with succulent plants! Really though, these ideas are so creative and I wish I had been the one to come up them. Which succulent display is your favorite? Let me know in the comments! For more info on the right succulents for your home garden, go here.