1. Turn a pallet upright for shelved planting. Via lifeonthebalcony.com If you're lucky enough to have some balcony space, make the most of it by going vertical. Follow this easy DIY to use a wooden pallet as a raised bed. 2. Layer planters for maximum effect. Via krysanthe.hubpages.com If you only have a small corner of space, then stack terracotta planters for overflowing flowers. DIY here . 3. Hang plants using a shoe organiser. Via instructables.com Build upwards, not outwards, and repurpose a shoe organiser as a planter. DIY here 4. Use wine crates as a raised bed. Via lifeonthebalcony.com Great for a small balcony. No balcony? Don't worry- if you have a wide windowsill, then you could use mini-wine crates as a windowbox. DIY here . 5. No outdoor space at all? Take to the ceiling. Via oniprojects.com Ryan Taylor's 'Babylon Lights' planted light fixture is perfect for any room. Grow herbs, or trailing blossoms. Buy it here. 6. Combine greenery with your existing furniture. Via siestastudio.com Siesta Studio's 'green lamp' is part lamp, part flower pot. Buy it here . 7. Think small, with succulents. jasminegregory.com / Via refinery29.com Small jars or glasses filled with soil and succulents can make pretty terrariums. DIY here. 8. An IKEA lantern can become a planter. Via ikeahackers.net It can then be hung wherever you like- outside or inside. DIY here. 9. Hang living herbs over the sink for easy access. Via ikeahackers.net An IKEA bar and hook system means you can have living herbs instead of dried ones. DIY here. 10. Or you can hang them on a board in mason jars. Via camillestyles.com DIY here. 11. Or plant as normal and keep them by the sink. Via etsy.com You can buy this planter on Etsy. 12. Mason jars make pretty planters in general. Via etsy.com This one has drainage in the bottom to make the plant more comfortable. Buy it here. 13. A macramÃ© hanger can hold a pot or a can. Via etsy.com Like this one from Etsy. 14. Also, these metal planters can hang from the ceiling. Via etsy.com Buy them on Etsy. 15. These double ceiling-planters are awesome. Via etsy.com Buy them here. 16. For a more low-maintenance option, go for air plants. Via etsy.com Tillandsia take their nutrients from air, not for soil. All you need to do is plant it in something (like a cork for example), and mist it two-three times a week. There's more information here. 17. Or try a zen garden. Via etsy.com Sand, stones and a little rake mean you can tend your garden no matter how small your living space. Buy on Etsy here.