Beautiful Views – Hanging Indoor Window Garden {Review}

Beautiful Views

Beautiful Views Indoor Window Garden

Kristin and I recently had the opportunity to review these wonderful, handmade, Beautiful Views window shelves.  My first thought was, “WOW, this is what I have always needed but didn’t know existed.” I really only have one sunny, south-facing window in my house and so most of my plants are situated on top of the desk, shelf or table nearby just to catch some of the sunlight that shines through. Since hanging this shelf, I have been able to de-clutter those surfaces and give my plants the sunlight they need!


We really enjoy seeing so many colors in the window vs. the typical grey we see most of the winter! The plants and flowers also look pretty from outside the house looking in!

The shelves can be purchased in a standard size from Amazon, or if you have a unique size window, you can have them custom made to fit!  Jim, the owner, makes each shelf personally and is incredibly friendly and helpful to work with!


My daughter likes to display her beautifully painted creations on the shelf as well.

The shelf comes completely assembled and ready to hang. Installation only takes a few minutes as there is just one nail they hang from. The light-weight shelves are made of clear acrylic which makes them nearly invisible. The entire unit easily attaches to the molding on top of your window. If you don’t have molding or have blinds in the way – no problem – Jim makes a mounting kit that eliminates any issues!


Here is Kristin’s  shelf and thoughts:

Kris' beautiful views shelf

I placed a decorative pottery piece above mine to hide the nail.


The herbs are loving this window!

Making a useful, beautiful space out of an otherwise empty window is an excellent idea.  Especially for those that enjoy house plants or would like to grow fresh herbs year round. They are also great to display treasures, trinkets or even photos.  My son and I have been enjoying our window shelves for about a month and my advice to anyone that thinks they might like one… don’t hesitate!

These particular shelves were made to fit my window and are quick and easy to install. They are completely adjustable as you can space them exactly as you desire.  If you want to take out a shelf for larger spacing between shelves, a shelf can easily be removed. Or you can just hang the shelves in the top half of your window, it’s easy to adjust with just a simple allen wrench.


Beautiful Views


Jim and his wife have developed a genius design for these shelves!  I’m pretty good at finding room for improvement on most things, and I can’t come up with anything on these, I’m totally impressed – 5 STAR rating! – Kristin

I can’t wait to get my seedlings going. I’ll post pictures with an update in a few weeks when we GIVE ONE AWAY! Jim is generously giving away ONE BEAUTIFUL VIEW INDOOR WINDOW GARDEN later this month! Check out this gallery of other happy customer’s shelves and how they use them. Learn more about Beautiful Views on Facebook.

Thanks for reading,
Stephanie and Kristin


15 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Allison A
    Mar 12, 2014 @ 19:43:34

    I can’t wait to win one of these ! Very cool and perfect for herbs.


  2. Starla
    Mar 12, 2014 @ 19:58:33

    I think I know what my mom is getting for mother’s day. Maybe I can get one from my hubby and kids too! LOVE THIS!


  3. Risa
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 09:36:41

    Those are awesome! I wonder if my cat would jump on the shelves though.


  4. MinnesotaFromScratch
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 09:52:35

    Risa – They are awesome! Your cat would probably try to get on them, knowing cats… my cockatiel definitely loves my shelf! You could put it above your kitchen sink or some where they cat couldn’t easily get?


  5. Rachel
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 11:51:08

    Oh my – I LOVE THIS!!! I hope to win this for sure~~


  6. Michelle
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 16:42:00

    These shelves look fantastic and would be perfect for small spaces! Can’t wait for the drawing so I can try to win one!


  7. More Than A Mom Of 3 (@CouponAwayDebt)
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 07:54:46

    These shelves are perfect for growing herbs. That is something I’d like to start this summer with the kids. They have wanted to plant their own stuff but with the FL heat it is so hard to get anything going. Indoor planting would be better.


  8. Keisha Talley
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 20:28:58

    This is a neat idea. I didn’t know they made these. They would be great for herbs in my big kitchen window.


  9. Ronnie Epstein
    Mar 15, 2014 @ 16:40:46

    That is so smart and it looks great! My windows could use some ‘green’ love like this. I think it would really make the place brighten up!


  10. Joie
    Mar 15, 2014 @ 19:51:46

    I. WANT. THIS! My windows are so unfriendly when it comes to flowers. I would love something like this to add some pops of color.


  11. Kristin
    May 22, 2014 @ 08:55:57

    How lovely! I really need to bring more plants inside!


  12. Yona Williams
    May 22, 2014 @ 10:14:58

    Oh wow – the display looks really attractive…I wish we had a nice window so we could do something like this…I love the concept. Very nice to hide the nail with a decorative pottery piece. Looks great!


  13. Grace
    May 22, 2014 @ 12:58:27

    Beautiful! The only concern I would have is my cats…they are brats and climb on everything. I would love to have a display of plants though


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