Show off your favorite houseplant in geometric style. This hanging plant holder uses inexpensive brass piping to create a stunning display.
Three trends collide in this chic DIY project. Our hanging plant holder effortlessly blends a geometric design and metallic finish with pretty foliage.
To make one, you'll need brass piping, gold wire, rope, and a few other craft supplies. Thread the wire through cut sections of pipe, then twist to form a prism shape. After a few adjustments, your hanging craft will be ready for your favorite potted plant.
Gather all materials on a sturdy work surface. Measure and mark brass piping into nine sections (six 9-inch pieces and three 12-inch pieces). Cut through marks with a pipe-cutting tool.
Unfurl a length of wire, then thread it through three of the 9-inch sections of pipe. Shape the pipe pieces into a triangle, then cut excess wire as needed. Twist the wire ends together to secure.
Continue to thread wire through the remaining 9-inch pieces of pipe. Secure at the corners to form a three-dimensional triangle. If you run out of wire, simply twist in a new section of wiring. Twist the wiring together at the final point until secure. Trim as needed.
Editor's Tip: If you can't slide wiring through the pipe because it's already stuffed with wire, simply loop the wire around the joints, then snip away the excess.
Twist wire to the top of the triangle. Thread the 12-inch sections of pipe together on the wire. This will complete the prism shape with a longer, triangular top section.
Make a wire loop at the top of the prism, then trim any excess wire. Thread cord through the wire loop and hang holder from a mounted hook. Place a potted plant in the center of the holder.