If you like hanging plants (and who doesn’t?), may I recommend packing in some more houseplants with the help of a coat rack? Painted the right color and styled properly, you’d never know these utilitarian pieces of entry-way furniture weren’t built for the job of holding plants.
While a coat tree could potentially work, a style with a hanging bar seems best-suited for the job. I purchased this rack from Amazon (affiliate link):
The price is right and I liked that it also had two lower shelves for pots. These are supposed to be for shoes, but they are spaced apart enough to hold a 6″ pot on the bottom shelf and a larger pot on the top shelf. You can add 2-3 hanging plants to the bar across the top without it getting too crowded. To vary the height of the hanging plants, I usually throw on a shower-hook or two – regular S-hook are oddly expensive so shower hooks from TJ Maxx are the most economical option.
I wasn’t a super fan of the black color, but one coat of this aged copper spray paint gave it the vintage look I was after. I have it situated between two windows, and even though they are south-facing windows, I only put low-light plants on the stand. I would need to have it directly in front of the window to attempt any bright-light plants. By a conservative estimate, you ought to be able to get at least 5 plants on this unit alone. Between this and the cabinet shelves, that’s 9 more plants you get to shop for! You’re welcome.