These plant hangers are made with leather that has scratches and darker tanned areas than we would usually use. This does not affect the use at all, purely a more rustic aesthetic!
Leather Plant Hanger. Add unique character to your house this a leather hanging plant pot holder. Simple to use and instantly adds rustic character to any room!
A great addition to your own home or a beautiful and unique gift for any plant enthusiast.
Hang your planter anywhere indoors! In an archway, on a coat hook, window or against a wall, the top of the planter has a large O-Ring which can easily be hooked onto a variety of places.
Our hanging planter is designed to hold a plant pot of between 110mm and 130mm in diameter. Simply place the pot in the middle of the cross section of leather, then pull the O-Ring up slowly and the straps of leather will meet the pot, holding it in place. Ensure the straps surround the pot evenly and you are ready to go! Please take care when using the plant hanger as the pot is not held in any other way, be sure that it will not be knocked where it is hung. Suitable for indoor use only.
Our planter design is hand cut from tan brown Italian leather which has a natural patina, this means it shows markings and scratches from its previous life, however this only adds to the character of each hanging planter. Secured together with silver coloured metalwork and rivets for that finishing touch.
Our leather planter is supplied with a 110mm Terracotta Pot. Each pot has been handmade in Italy and has individual markings giving it a rustic and traditional finish. If you do not wish to recieve a pot please get in touch before ordering.
Please note your plant hanger may differ slightly to those shown in the images due to the natural finish and colouring of the leather.
Total Length - 54cm
Length from top of O-Ring to D-Rings - 40cm
Width - 7cm
Width with 110mm pot in place - 12cm
Height of Terracotta Pot - 10cm
Leather ages naturally over time, this is its natural patina, ingrained with all your memories and travels together. Try to avoid getting your leather wet, if it does, wipe clean with a cloth and allow to dry out naturally. Keep away from direct heat of radiators as this will dry out your leather. If your leather begins to crack techniques such as using leather moisturisers or oils can help soften it. Be sure to test any product on a small area not easily visible as some may cause slight discolouring of your leather. Your leather may begin to darken over time if kept in direct sunlight, adding more character to your unique planter.