5 Easy Planters to Make For Your Home This Spring
Hey there all it's me Sara from Twelve On Main. I have been spending a ton of time this spring working on fun DIY projects and complete room makeovers, but I have also been doing some fun planter ideas, and lets face it, as spring emerges, so does our wish for a green thumb. Incorporating planters into your home can freshen up the space, clean the air, and is an easy way to add style. Take these incredible rooms for example:
Plants warm up otherwise cold spaces.
Love the design on this planter, and that fiddle leaf fig...my fav!
Adding planters, whether permanent or stationary, can really bring warmth to a space. I love that planter built into the wall! It adds so much interest to the room.
As an avid DIYer that is obsessed with home décor, I have been creating my own planters for a while now. It’s amazing what you can create if you just try a little and think outside the box.
This easy DIY mason jar planter is a great way to get started with an herb garden if you are a beginner. This can be made in under 10 minutes!
Sometimes you may want something a little different, or maybe you want to use the vertical space in your home. This farmhouse style wall planter is the perfect thing. It is easy to make and it adds a lot of character.
This rustic planter made from pallets makes a statement at the entrance of a home. Reusing materials is always a good idea and we all know that pallets are a very popular material to use.
I used some leftover plywood to create these simple wall planters. You can add as many as you want to create a fantastic feature wall.
This last planter was a fun one to make- a chalkboard planter. I used an old planter and painted the outside with chalkboard paint. It’s a fun way to be creative with an otherwise bland planter. Draw designs, write up little notes on them, the possibilities are endless.
This spring make sure you add some planters to your home. You’ll be amazed at how the space is transformed. Thanks so much for hanging out with me today! Make sure you spend a little time each day being inspired!