I love the organic and natural look of this style from Louise Langsner at The Garden Kitchen. You've probably seen fences made from willow branches before, but never a compost bin. The natural wood can be worked into any existing landscaping, and the fact that it costs you nothing is a huge plus!
This very simple compost bin design boasts clean lines and works in a traditional or modern garden setting. This bin from Plow & Hearth is easy to fill, and the cedar planks last a long time.
This award-winning idea from Rachael Mathews is pure genius. She incorporated compost bins into trenches that double as a walkway through the garden beds. This is not only a space-saving idea, but it looks absolutely beautiful! For those of you with raised beds, this is a very good option.
When I think of plastic compost bins, my mind automatically goes to the clunky black or blue bins that visually stick out from a mile away. But plastic can look nice as well. I really like the shape of this one from Gardener's Supply Company, and the brown would blend well with a building or in your yard.
If you already have a compost bin that's an eyesore, don't despair! There are many ways you can hide it, like with this lattice. The potted ivy vines help make any lattice a lush, green focal point! The step-by-step instructions can be found in this article from Better Homes & Gardens.
If you like to use what you already have when tackling a project, this pallet compost bin would be right up your alley. It's easy to construct; in fact, Liz from Hoosier Homemade has step-by-step instructions. My favorite thing is how she planted flowers along the top!