DIY Ways to Incorporate Plant-life Into Your Bathroom

Most people spend the first and last minutes of their days in the bathroom – all the more reason to ensure your bathroom is a place of Zen and revival and relaxation. One way to enforce a sense of luxury in your bathroom is with plants, and lots of them. Keep your bathroom toxin- and allergen-free with any one of these four DIY-able ideas. 

 

Hang Them 

Got a spider plant kicking around? We’ve got a DIY for that … 

What you’ll need: a plastic planter, clothesline ropes, a drill and drill bit 

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Visit We Can Make Anything for full instructions on how to DIY this Hanging Planter. 

 

Mount Them 

While this DIY idea calls for a bit of handy work, it’s well worth dragging out your power tools. DIY a few of these and display them sconce-style on either side of your mirror.  

What you’ll need: wood, mason jars, hose clamps, drills, and screws. 

Photo Source: thehambyhome.com

Visit NAME for full instructions on how to DIY this Mounted Mason Jar.  

 

DIY Them 

According to this DIY-er: “This easy and adorable little project can totally be accomplished in stolen moments between folding laundry and writing blog posts.”  

What you’ll need: white polymer clay, bamboo skewers, gold paint, and air plants (Tillandsia ‘Ionatha‘) 

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Visit Small + Friendly for full instructions on how to DIY this Clay Air Plant Holder. 

And visit Hello Luvvy for six more DIY air plant holder ideas.

 

Stand Them 

If you don’t have accident-prone little kids or pets who might knock this over, you might like this chic “mid-century inspired” planter idea. 

What you’ll need: a large ceramic pot, 1-inch wood dowels, 1 1/2-inch-by-3/4-inch pine board, 1/4-inch dowel pins, saw, drill or drill press, chisel, sandpaper, wood glue, wood stain 

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Visit eHow for full instructions on how to DIY this Mid-Century Inspired Plant Stand. 

Written by Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya is a freelance website content writer based in Toronto.

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