Rather than throwing out an old dresser, place it outside and fill it with soil. Stagger how far the drawers are pulled out to create a cascading waterfall-like effect. Get the tutorial at GrizzlyBearModern.
These polypropylene supports clamp onto the backs of pots — and practically disappear when screwed into a wall or fence. Designed to endure high winds, each hanger can bear up to 100 pounds. ($19.95 for five; hangapot.com) Plant Them With: Anything you'd typically put in a pot is fine, including kitchen herbs and annuals like the pansies and bacopa.
Here, Mason jars are suspended from wooden squares attached to two hanging metal cables. Pro tip: Make sure to line the bottom of your Mason jars with small rocks or pebbles—since there are no drainage holes, this will allow the roots more room to breathe. Get the tutorial at Constant Contact.