The wall of shelves above, with the addition of a small surface for a desk, actually kills two birds with one stone. You could gather lots of plants on these shelves.
And have a small desk space as well.
These three in one hanging pots are from Anthropologie.
If you rent and don’t want to put holes in your ceiling to hang house plants, then try a garment rack.
You could squeeze lots of plants into this method using a rolling cart.
I think the one above can be found at IKEA.
There are outdoor window boxes, so why not an indoor one? I’d never thought of it before. But this would certainly give your indoor plants lots of light.
Go portable with this rolling cart. You could use any bar cart available and be able to roll it over to a window for better light, then roll it back to its normal place in your living room at night.
Another idea is to put a low shelf at the bottom of a window. You could attach the shelf to the wall. Or simply put something underneath to hold it up.
Did you know that grouping your house plants close together releases moisture through their leaves? This is a process called transpiration.
This creates a humid micro-climate that will benefit all of your plants.
Do you have tips on displaying house plants in small homes?