Beautiful and lush, houseplants can take a room from ordinary to extraordinary in no time. Take advantage of a watering calendar to keep your plants healthy, and maximize their style via plant stands. These inexpensive but pretty DIY plant stands are low-cost, easy to make, and will help turn your indoor garden into a stylish show of green elegance. Here are five ways to build a plant stand without breaking the bank.
This hanging wood plant stand from Brepurposed is perfectly Pinterest-worthy. The wood slice is rustic yet chic and a great way to display those beautiful succulents that have gone unnoticed in your home. All you need to make this dreamy plant display a reality is four items. Round up a wood sllice, some suede strips, a plant bracket, and a drill, and you will be done with this DIY in no time! Get the full tutorial from Brepurposed.
Is that bar cart you bought a few years back looking a little blah in your living room these days? Give that great purchase new life as an indoor herb garden. This hack from The Kitchn is so easy we have to try it. Arrange your herbs in a thoughtful manner, keep your pruning tools close by, and enjoy having delicious and fragrant herbs in your home 24/7.
Searching for a bigger DIY project? Look no further than this A-frame plant stand. It's a practical and unique way to create visual appeal in your home or on your patio. The A-frame takes displaying plants on a ladder to the next level, and we couldn't be more excited to get started on this project. You can easily leave the frame unfinished and industrial, or paint it glossy, depending on your style. We love what Chic Little House did with this A-frame plant stand. Houseplants have never looked better!
Although many of us yearn to have our living rooms decked out in designer decor, sometimes our bank accounts force us to look for other options. Luckily, these amazing West Elm-inspired plant stands from Home Talk are a budget-friendly DIY solution. All you need is four dowels, silicone, paint, varnish, and a little elbow grease. Good luck!