There’s no such thing as having too many plants. But the more greenery you bring home, the more planters you’ll need. Having a handful of indoor plants can cost you a couple hundred dollars in pots, especially if you want them looking #instaworthy. The good news is, we found 10 DIY planters that look so fabulous, you’ll want to plaster them all over your social media – and they’re super easy to make!
One man’s trash is a DIYer’s treasure. Garvin and Co. stumbled upon these metallic trash bins and converted them into gorgeous copper planters.
This expensive-looking decor is made from cookie tins, and from the from the dollar store at that! Head to Craftberry Bush for more details on this genius project.
This hanging planter was once a $2 bowl at the thrift store. Get the details at By Brittany Goldwyn.
Planters like these would cost a fortune at a home decor store. Sugar & Cloth has the short-cut.
It’s beautiful, it’s fun, it’s sculptural, it’s from Almost Makes Perfect.
Dress up an otherwise plain box with decorative tiles. That’s what Pillar Box Blue did (for 40 cents a piece).
These little hanging planters have a whole lot of style. See the tutorial at Vintage Revivals.
A new set of legs and a beaded exterior transform a plain pot into a chic piece. See more at Shake My Blog.
Rope baskets give a cozy, homey look to indoor plants, while maintaining an upright form. Honestly WTF made these baskets herself and then dressed them up with Southwestern-inspired designs.