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Where to buy hanging planters in Singapore

Through the use of hanging planters, we can make good use of vertical space while adding visual depth and character to our homes. Whether you are going for a modern, sleek look or something more natural or minimalist, there are several options when it comes to buying hanging planters in Singapore.

Hanging pots come in various types of materials: Metal, plastic, rattan, coir, macrame, and others, each with its own aesthetic quality to enhance the way your space looks and feels. Combine form and function and up the style factor with these lovely pieces.


Going for a natural look and wish to add texture to your space? Rattan, water hyacinth baskets, macrame and coir do just that and can soften the appearance of your interiors.

The Hoop Planter by Atelier Ong Shunmugam is made of rattan, and is a beautiful statement piece. Buy online or visit the store at 43 Jalan Merah Saga, 01-76. Available for $179.

Knoette stocks a range of macrame plant hangers in varying styles, all handmade locally by Joette Loh. Prices start from $26.

Tumbleweed retails water hyacinth baskets in two shapes, Hanging Bowl and Hanging Cone. Get yours for $45 each online or in store at 55 Tiong Bahru Road, #01-02. Get $5 off when you sign up for an account with Tumbleweed, click here to claim.

Daiso‘s hanging baskets and coir inserts are charming and the most economical hanging planter on this list. Purchase the hanging basket and coir insert separately at a combined cost of $4.

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Hoop Planter (Photo source: Atelier Ong Shunmugam)
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Knoette macrame plant hangers. From left: ‘Crown’ Tray Hanger, ‘Full of Frills’ Plant Hanger, Airpod Planter (photo source: Knoette)
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Hanging baskets. From left: Hanging Bowl, Hanging Cone, and Hanging Basket with coir liner. (Photo source: Tumbleweed Singapore)

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Greening the Indoors Elegantly


With evolving design trends and more Singaporeans taking a keen interest in plants and greening the indoors, we now have more attractive garden pots available for every budget. Planters should also be a design feature in the home, and be more than just functional objects.

Here are some aesthetically-pleasing planters that I’ve recently come across.

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