Since air plants don't need any soil, you can display them on dishes like these - very pleasing to the eye to enjoy the plant, and the dish it is resting on.
Not just for air plants - Some of my holders are large enough to store other treasures, too.
A shelf of air plant holders in the kiln, just before firing it up. Colours change dramatically during the firing process - so it's always fun to open the kiln 15 hours later to see how they turned out.
No green thumb? Air Plants survive mostly on air - need no soil, and only need to be misted once a week. Find them at many florist shops where you live.
Add interest with little pots and saucers for air plants or succulents and cacti
Create a windowsill garden with a collection of air plants and holders