I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t completely obsessed with planters right now. My plant collection is slowly growing and, obviously, each one needs its own container! I have a few awaiting homes and I think these DIY wooden geometric planters may be the perfect solution.
Love the look of vintage bullet planters but don’t want to fork out a ton of cash for one? This DIY project is for you!
Some Mid-Century vibes and a few inexpensive materials are all you need to transform basic IKEA planters into the cool tripod containers you see here.
Curious how it’s done? Check out Sugar & Cloth for the full tutorial!
We’ve seen a lot of hanging planter projects around these parts, but this wood ring planter may be one of the most unique ideas I’ve come across lately!
Andrea Potocki created this simple but impactful DIY hanging planter using various sizes of wood rings, paint, and some string. If you’re looking for an out-of-the-ordinary way to display some of your favorite plants, it really doesn’t get much easier than this. Check out the tutorial on Ohhh Mhhh (best blog name ever).
What do you get when you combine textile wall art and hanging planters? This awesome DIY planter project, of course!
P.S. These would make great gifts paired with succulents! Just sayin’.
Chances are, you’ve seen a Case Study planter before — it’s the quintessential modern planter that’s been in magazines and stylish entryways since the end of WWII. Nowadays, though, it goes to the tune of $150 — and up (way up) depending on the style and size. If you like the look but not the price, here’s a DIY version you can make for a fraction of the cost.
Just when I thought I’d seen every DIY planter project that could possibly exist, the kids at A Beautiful Mess go and knock it out of the park with these fabric beauties!
Fabric planters have been growing in popularity over the last few years and there are quite a few options you can throw down some cold hard cash on. But why do that when you can follow this easy tutorial from A Beautiful Mess and just make your own? Continue Reading
Plants make any area a more peaceful one. I love gardening, but don’t exactly have a gigantic backyard with a garden plot. Solution: a tin can garden!
Backyard Tin Can Fence Garden by [Ciera Design]
Just when I thought I’d seen every possible mason jar craft, I stumbled across this sweet and simple idea!
Armed with some twine, Karla from Oh So Very Pretty turned ordinary mason jars into mini planters that are perfect for air plants — or even for holding small office supplies, bathroom toiletries, etc. Check out her tutorial right here!
I am always hunting for cool planters but I rarely find one that I like and when I do, it’s usually out of my price range. So when I found this DIY for a modern, minimal planter made of cement, I was pretty excited.
Is your tabletop missing a little somethin’-somethin’? Add a bit of greenery and some geometric flair with this DIY succulent planter box!
This simple woodworking project from Pepper Design can be customized to suit your tastes and table size, so get creative and have some fun! Check out the materials, dimensions, and full tutorial right here.