If you love coming to our website (of course you do!), then you know that we cover different types of planters quite frequently. There really is no limit as far as creative planters go! However, one of our favorite ways to build a planter is by using wood. If you love working with natural materials we definitely encourage you to check out this roundup of DIY wooden planters!
1. Wood and Metal Planter Box
Wooden planters don’t have to look boring or ordinary at all! There’s nothing a little paint couldn’t spice up and if you want to go the extra mile to give your planter box a seriously unique look, you can also play around with metal! Pneumatic Addict will show you how to bring it all together.
2. Cone Wooden Planter
We love the modern design of this round wooden planter with tiny cone legs! It’s a truly innovative concept that makes for an outstanding indoor planter. It doesn’t just provide your plants with a home – it also gives your home decor a boost! Check out how A Beautiful Mess brought it to life.
3. Painted Geometric Wooden Planter
A plain wooden planter may not catch your eye when you step into a room but if it’s painted with geometrical shapes in various different colors, then it definitely will! The Casual Craftlete has a great project for those of you who are looking for a simple way to blend together the natural and the trendy!
4. Cedar Scrap Wooden Planter
Whenever you’re working with wood there are bound to be some scraps but instead of throwing them away, you can use them to build beautiful wooden planters! It’s almost unbelievable what a stylish creation are these cedar scrap planters by Jaime Costiglio!
5. $10 Tall Wooden Planter
Sometimes the wooden planters you see in stores are just not worth the money because you know you can make the same one yourself, or perhaps an even better one! Jaime Costiglio is bringing you another great wooden planter and this one will only cost you $10!
6. Criss Cross Wooden Planters
It’s really doesn’t take much to give your handmade planters a chic look. White paint is going to make sure your planters have a simplistic style and the criss cross design gives them a rustic touch! If you’ve fallen for these lovely planters, find the how-to at Centsational Style.
7. Wall Wooden Planter
If you don’t have any space on the floor for a proper planter box, utilize your vertical space! You don’t have to sacrifice a whole wall, choose quality over quantity. The wooden planter by Rogue Engineer won’t take up much of the wall but it will still give you enough space to plant your favorite herbs!
8. Modern Cube Wooden Planter
Do you live in a super trendy apartment that absolutely wouldn’t be able to tolerate a generic wooden planter? Here’s an innovative cube planter that is open on all sides and makes your chosen plant look like an art installation at a modern gallery. Check in with Vintage Revivals for the inside scoop!
9. Wooden Planter on Wheels
The biggest pet peeve we associate with big wooden planter boxes is that they are impossible to move. That’s not a problem if you want them to have a permanent place, but if you would love to have the freedom to move them around, this wooden planter on wheels by Four Generations One Roof is a no-brainer.
10. Tiered Wooden Planter
Tiered planters are great if you are trying to save on space without losing the charm of growing your own plants. Maybe you have a very small backyard and every inch of space counts! Ana White is going to show you how you can build this handy space-saving wooden planter!
11. Hose Storage Wooden Planter
Don’t you just love it when something that you build can serve more than one purpose? DIY Candy‘s wooden planter is a total must-have because not only is it a gorgeous planter for your flowers, it also has a hidden storage compartment for your hose!
12. Triangle Wooden Planters
When you pass the houses in your neighborhood and look at everyone’s square planter boxes, you may feel the wish to stand out and try something new. The triangle wooden planters by Love Create Celebrate are a great alternative to the classic planters!
13. House Number Wooden Planter
If you’re already going to build a house number, why don’t you build a tiny planter at the same time as well? We love this idea because it gives your house number a more appealing look and it also provides you with a space to plant some flowers. Get inspired at Shades of Blue Interiors!