Best Places To Hang A Wall Trellis
Wall Trellises are a great way to add to your home decor, making a grand statement while providing a place for your climbing plants to grow up and around. There are a number of different great places that the gardener and homeowner can add trellises to accentuate their walls and fences. In this article, we want to share a handful of basic ideas to fuel your creativity or to simply work in your gardening conditions, as you hang your wall trellises to create a beautiful piece of 3-D vertical wall art.
Blank Walls With Small Windows, Adds Vines/Flowers
One of the first places to look to add a wall trellis, is any blank wall that has small windows, or no windows at all. This relatively simple wall can almost certainly use the help of a wall trellis and the help of a number of different vines and flowers to make the most of the space. The size of the trellis and the climbing plants that can be grown on it, can fill the wall without the need for a significant number of different decorations.
A relatively simple wall can almost certainly use the help of a wall trellis
Above Plants With An Urn
If you have an urn or planter box that is sitting against a wall or fence, consider adding a wall trellis behind this plant container to get the most out of your space. Hanging a trellis behind a planter or urn provides the already stylish decor with an imposing backdrop that is sure to add to the looks of the plants and the planter. And asides from aesthetics, the hanging trellis will allow any climbing plants in the container to grow vertically with ease.
Asides from aesthetics, the hanging trellis will allow any climbing plants in the container to grow vertically with ease
When Your Yard Is Small, Trellis Up The Wall To Save Space
If your backyard is on the smaller side, trellis up the wall is the perfect way to save space for different plants, while also creating the illusion that the garden is larger than it appears. Hang the trellis from a blank wall and grow climbing plants from the ground up. Growing from the ground through the trellis will create flowing plant life that transitions smoothly from your backyard to your wall. You may also simply choose to allow any sprawling plants that take up too much space to grow up the trellis by simply training the younger shoots as the plant grows to its full size.
Growing from the ground through the trellis will create flowing plant life
One On Each Side Of Your Front Door,
For those homeowners who want a truly grand entryway into their living space, hanging trellises on either side of the front door will provide much of the desired grandeur. The separate trellises will perfectly frame the doorway, providing both depth and added width to your doorway, while allowing visitors to experience the regal nature of the front of your home. This method allows the trellis to stand alone or be used to grow plants and flowers on the front of your home.
The separate trellises will perfectly frame the doorway, providing both depth and added width
Just Wall Art, Consider Multiples Lining Your Wall
The most simple reason that you might choose to hang a wall trellis is to simply use the metal monoliths as wall art. Well designed trellises such as those found at H Potter are the perfect decor piece to simply add character to your wall. Adding these hanging trellises in multiples will create a unique look alongside the other pieces of decor that you have chosen to grace the side of your home.
Adding these hanging trellises in multiples will create a unique look
Wrap A Large Window To Draw Attention To The Glass
When presented with the side of a home possessing large glass windows, framing these windows can be a challenge. The best way to frame one of these windows is to use the wonderful natural colors of greenery and flowers to make the window stand out among the vibrant colors. Hanging trellises on the side of the window will not only provide another object to frame the window, but will also allow the plants an object to grow up to frame the window in the desired shape and size.
The best way to frame one of these windows is to use the wonderful natural colors of greenery and flowers
Hang On Your Garden Shed Or She-Shed
While garden sheds are often a staple of the backyard space, they are oftentimes not the most attractive parts of these spaces. Hanging a trellis along the side of the shed flips this traditional narrative on its head, making the garden shed another beautiful part of the garden and the backyard, a new place to grow climbing plants and a new place that you don’t have to cover up. Using a hanging trellis the gardener is able to take their garden shed, and therefore their garden to the next level.
Hanging a trellis along the side of the shed flips this traditional narrative
Hang On A Back Fence To Make A Statement
The final simple place to hang your trellis is along the back fence. This is the perfect place to provide a backdrop to your garden or along the backyard, framing both plants, and also adding another dimension to your fence. Trellises are a fun way to create fencing, and hanging trellises from previously built fencing is just another way to accentuate the fencing and draw attention to the backyard.
This is the perfect place to provide a backdrop to your garden or along the backyard