20 Clever DIY Planters, Pots and Plant Stands

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So this will be our first full summer at this house. Well actually our first summer with a yard! So that’s exciting. We were here last summer but arrived too late to really do anything other than maintenance and to realize wow, this is a lot of work! So this year we’re excited to spruce up our yard even more. We already dug up an overgrown area that was full of mint and ferns and reclaimed some more grass for O to play on. And we’re also on the lookout for some more ways to bring the outside indoors. So today I’m sharing some cute and clever DIY planters, pots and plant stands to help liven up your outside space!

20 Clever DIY Planters, Pots & Plant Stands for your garden or inside! | littleredwindow.com

Don’t have time to make your own? Here are a few of my favorite Planters and Pots!

This planter/table is so unique and clever!

I am in love with the mix of textures on this gorgeous planter!

This fun little hanging planter is perfect for succulents!

Fun wall pocket garden!

This modern and minimalist plant stand is so lovely!

 

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DIY Letter Planters from Hello Natural

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DIY Acacia Wood Plant Stand from Sugar & Cloth

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Wood and Metal Planter Box from Pneumatic Addict

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DIY Planter Shelf from Vintage Revivals

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8 thoughts on “20 Clever DIY Planters, Pots and Plant Stands

  1. I don’t see how the Dachshund planter qualifies as DIY so much as a re-purposing of an antique collectible, and a somewhat unique one at that. If I can’t easily reproduce the results it doesn’t qualify as a DIY so much as an inspiration.

    1. Never mind, I see that that the dachshund dish is actually a retail item that, while kind of pricey for a DIY planter hack, is actually readily available if you are willing to spend $50 bucks. I tried to delete my comment but there doesn’t seem to be that option.

    1. Thank you for your comment, I just got a new pagination plugin and I agree it split them up too much, I was, before you commented, in the process of adjusting that very thing so the few posts that use it, won’t be so split up. I’m working on it! 🙂

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