15 Cutest DIY Planter Box Ideas to Beauty Your Home
This is a great time to dress your home with colors. You can achieve your purpose by planting flowers, ivies, veggies, herbs and fruits. Compared to the garden beds, container plants such as planter boxes save your space and they are easy to maintain. Whether big or small, container plants bring us closer to nature and add color to our homes. We have made a roundup that features a lot of ideas to make cool planter boxes by yourself. Take a look and get inspired!
1. Cut a 55 gallon drum and build a wooden cover for it to make this fabulous planter:
2. DIY hanging planter made from pallet boards:
3. Build a hexagon planter and fill it with beautiful herbs or flowering plants:
4. Decorate the deck guardrails with DIY Pallet Flower Boxes:
5. DIY cedar monogram planter box can be a wall decoration:
6. Build a planter box with a bench:
7. Tiered hanging planter boxes made from recycled wood boards:
8. Building a tall planter box is similar as a regular low planter:
9. Combine several individual planter modules into a larger unit:
10. Use boards salvaged from old fences or barns to make a chevron planter box:
11. DIY concrete planter made of four concrete pavers:
12. Pallet Planter Box For Cascading Flowers:
13. This quirky planter pot table combo is perfect for succulents:
14. Build a stylish chevron two-tiered vertical planter:
15. DIY tall planter box with a rectangular form:
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Consider a sturdy vinyl planter in a sleek, classy design, available in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. These vinyl pots & planters contain a built-in water reservoir, perfect for keeping your plants hydrated throughout the year. A wooden planter adds a touch of country living to your flower arrangements. The wood provides a rustic feel while maintaining a classy appearance. Available in redwood and cedar, these planters come in an assortment of sizes and shapes. Resin and fiberglass planters are perfect for a realistic-looking stone appearance while being lightweight and easy to move. Select a colorfu PVC pot or planter for an artsy feel to your indoor or outdoor living space. These planter pots are available in several colors and sizes. Clay and ceremic pots, which come in wood crates, are perfect for growing herbs.
Whichever style of planter or pot that you choose, you know that you'll be getting a high quality product that's built to last throughout the years. Simply select your favorite look and browse our selection of planters to find the perfect shape, size and price for your budget. Regardless of which style you choose, you car rest assured that your plants will look lovely in their new decorative planter. For more information, please call (888) 427-3362.
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Remember when I gave the gatehouse a mini-makeover?
It was only last week.
I wanted to add two planter boxes to either side of the front door. I knew the size I wanted them. I knew the color I wanted them. I knew I wanted them to hold two over-sized tree topiaries.
But one thing I didn’t know….
….was that to buy them would cost and arm and a leg and maybe a few other extremities.
I found similar planter boxes to these for over a hundred dollars.
And they weren’t even the right color or the exact right size.
So I decided we could build them instead….
….and I would supervise. 🙂
How to Build a Decorative Planter Box for Under $30
4 pieces of 1/2″ plywood cut to 16″ x 22″
1 piece of 1/2″ plywood cut to 16 1/2″ x 16″ 1/2″
8 pieces of 1″ x 3″ x 17″pine
exterior white paint
Step 1: Nail sides
Start by nailing two of the pieces of 1/2″ plywood cut to 16″ x 22″ together.
Line up the two of the pieces together at a right angle and nail together.
Repeat with each of the plywood pieces until you have a box.
2. Nail bottom
Attach the bottom piece of 1/2″ plywood cut to 16 1/2″ x 16″ 1/2″to your nailed-together four sides.
The edge of the bottom of the planter should line up with the sides of the planter.
Nail bottom piece to the box.
3. Sand any rough edges
When you are finished your plywood box will look like this.
Doesn’t it already look like a planter?
Sand off any of the rough edges and you are ready for the trim.
4. Add trim
Attach 2 pieces of 1″ x 3″ x 17″ pine to the top of the box.
Line them up at a right angle, level with the top of the box and nail in place.
Repeat with the other pieces of pine until you have trim on all four sides of the box.
Sometimes your molding pieces may not match exactly.
They might look like this.
That’s what caulk and paint are for.
Repeat the same steps with the bottom molding pieces of 1″ x 3″ x 17″ pine.
Nail them level with the bottom of the planter.
Attach each piece at a right angle.
5. Prep the planter for painting
Sand off any rough edges.
Caulk the gaps.
Now the planter is ready to prime and paint.
6. Prime and paint
Prime the planter.
Add two coats of an exterior white paint. These planters are under the roof of the porch, but I wanted to make sure they held up to the elements.
After the paint dried, I added these tiny brass accents to the edge of the planter.
I’ve been thinking about adding a door pull to the front, but I haven’t done it yet.
I’m so happy with how the planters turned out.
The main cost for the planters was the wood. I already had the paint and primer.
Total receipt from the home improvement store?
So much better than a $100.00.
And way cuter, too. 🙂
PS For more gatehouse curb appeal tips, I posted the before and after and product details for the makeover on this post.
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Posted On: May 5, 2017
Written By: KariAnne Wood
3' X 3" Wooden Decorative Planter Box For Garden Yard And Window GT3432
3' X 3" Wooden Decorative Planter Box For Garden Yard And Window GT3432
When you have been working for a long time, a touch of green in the yard will greatly relieve your fatigue. This is our outdoor flower planter box which has large capacity and is perfect for your growing needs. You can choose to add the soil directly into the pot or you can use it as a flowerpot holder and place properly sized flower pots in it. The design of the drainage hole at the bottom of the pot helps to remove excess water from the soil and prevents the roots from rotting when it is prolonged soaking. This can allow you to take better care of the plants you grow, which will also be more conducive for plant to grow better. Planting different kinds of flowers in one planter, you can create a small indoor garden which only belongs to yourself. Add warmth and comfort to your dreary space and let your impetuous heart get healing and relief. Don't hesitate to buy it! 100% natural fir provide durability and stability Large space for planting more plants Lightweight design for easy moving Suitable for indoor and outdoor use Long and narrow design suitable for compact place Add beauty to any window or patio Two drainage holes at the bottom allow the plant to grow better. Woodiness rural style matches your decorating style No Assembly Needed
Specification: Material: 100% Natural Fir Color: Brown Product Size: 40"L X 12"W X 12"H Product Weight: 11.88 Lbs Internal Size: 38"L X 10"W X 10"H Load-Bearing: 22 Lbs
- Sku: GT3432
- Manufacturer: CW
- Category: Pots & Planters
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Unfinished Wood Rectangle Planter Box With Plastic Liner (H:4" Open:17"x5") - Free Shipping
Wood Planter Boxes
The Trend - The natural wood planter boxes are the perfect way to a rustic modern style decor. The beautiful planter box design with the plastic liner does not only make it great for displays but also serves to protect and nurture small plants in your home. It is the perfect planter for flowers, succulents, herbs, and small plants. They are great for wedding centerpieces and gifts for any occasion. The wood planter boxes have recently sparked a creative way to create your own indoor flower boxes, it's unique simple design serves to inspire creativity.
The Story - Planter boxes have played very important roles in everyday life since ancient civilizations. They were commonly used for plants that provided them with, food, medicine, and religious rituals. They were used mainly by people who may have not had a large enough space for a garden but still needed a small space for their essential plants. Now, the use for these planter boxes is not as critical, they have more of a decorative purpose. The planter boxes are now being used for indoor plants or as flower boxes to elevate home decor. They are also now being used as centerpieces in events and weddings for a farm-style rustic decor. The modern wood planter boxes have opened up new ways to craft beautiful and unique decorations.
The Process - All of our planter boxes are hand made using paulownia wood. These planter boxes are designed and built for durability. The wood walls are glued and nailed together to ensure strength. Because wood is such a common material in daily life, we don't often think about how it is made or where it comes from. We understand the importance of our environment and its effects. This is why we make sure to use a sustainable and environmentally friendly source that is not on the threatened species list. The wood used in our planter boxes comes from the paulownia tree. This tree is native to Eastern Asia and North America. The wood is collected from the tree trunk which is then processed into pieces that are sanded down and sealed. As a result, the wood has smooth surfaces and yields durability with a high-quality natural finish. Specializing in high-end glassware and vases. Our mission is to provide our customers with trendy hand-blown glass vases and home decoration. After twenty years of dedication to developing products and providing services for our customers, our brand has become a major U.S. glass vase company.
Maintenance & Care
Wood Surface - Carefully clean the surface with a soft damp cloth.
Plastic Liner - Carefully clean the surface with a soft damp cloth. To ease cleaning for mud and dirt lightly rinse the liner in warm water before cleaning.
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