DIY Pot and Planter Ideas

The benefits of plant ownership are plain; our leafy friends serve as natural air filtration sources, increase humidity, keep air temperature down, and reduce levels of airborne dust, which can cause allergies. With all that said, can you really have too many plants? Only, if you don’t have enough pots to put them in. Keep reading for five DIY pot and planter ideas to stylishly house your precious plant babies.  

 

Cute Clay Containers 

If you consider yourself crafty, this DIY may be for you. All you’ll need is oven-bake clay, a homemade stencil, non-stick baking paper, and a rolling pin.  

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A Different Kind of Disco Ball 

Give your plants the spotlight they deserve with this repurposed disco ball idea. (The real challenge here might be getting your hands on a disco ball!) 

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A Tree Stump Planter 

On a more organic note, this tree stump planter idea has a rustic appeal, and the completed planter would look great indoors as well as out.  

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Technicolor Tires 

On a less organic note, these multicolored tire planters are probably better suited to your outdoor space given their sheer size. We love the pop of color they bring to the predominately green foliage.  

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A Picture Perfect Planter 

Some would argue that plant life already is living art. Well, this DIY idea takes that argument literally – and we love it! 

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