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beaded plant hanger

by Amy Azzarito



I’m always looking for ways to bring more plants into my home, but realistically, there’s only so much surface area. While I’m certainly a fan of macramé, I love how clean these wooden beads feel. The hangers are made my Melissa Hruska of Etsy shop AMRadio. Melissa lives in Grand Rapids, MI, where she spends much of her time antiquing. She’s drawn to the simplicity of Scandinavian design and took her inspiration from the vintage wares that she’s exposed to on a daily basis. The tiered beaded hanger is available here and the single hanger is right here. — Amy

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  • I love these! I love the idea of a hanging plant but macrame is just not my style. The single hanger is on my wish list for sure- – maybe my ‘what to get me for Christmas’ list will work for me better!!

  • You never fail to surprise me with your DIY plant hanger. This is my favorite so far. So how did you do this? I want to try all your plant hanger particularly this. Thanks!

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