A few weeks ago I put this little ivy plant in a hanging ball jar. One of our living room windows has a small hook in the top of the window frame. I wasn’t expecting the plant to do well but she loves it here.
The “s” shaped hooks are from some window panel tie backs that I have never used but I had purchased them on clearance years ago.
The two hooks together bring the ivy plant down the window far enough that it looks decorative and the ivy seems to do very well. Greenery anywhere is nice but there is something about adding it to a window that makes that space look so charming.
Other ways I have added charm to my own windows look like this…
A small mirror hangs in the center of this kitchen window with some rosemary twigs sitting in a jar. The more “effortless” looking the better.
A fresh herb garden in the kitchen window.
Our family photo hung in the kitchen window at our last home. The mugs are hung from a garden hook and a tag sale find.
This is a wire basket with wine corks in it.
A wooden star and wreath hang from twine and a thumb tack poked into the molding.
Of course wreaths are still one of my favorite things to hang inside or out. If you don’t want to make holes in your siding just use bulldog clamps as I did above.
I used to live by a small nursery and I loved how the owner would place her plantings in all kinds of unexpected ways. When I need some inspiration, I like to visit a beautiful nursery. Garden accessories are so versatile for the garden and for inside. I think I started decorating my windows more when I saw that nursery owner hung some petunias in planters outside a couple of her windows from arched iron hooks. It was the cutest thing on an old charming home in Connecticut. I wish I had a picture to share of that.