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11 DIY Planters Your Houseplants Need

11 DIY Planters Your Houseplants Need

Time to trade in the too-typical terracotta.

HANGING BRASSbrass-nalleshouse
Add a little Finland to your home with these brass geometric planters, inspired by the intricate Finnish himmeli sculptures. Make this DIY from Nalle’s House in no time at all using only brass tubing and wire, a pipe cutter, and your favorite simple planter.
COLORBLOCKEDCOLORBLOCKED
Colorblocking is far from passé — just look at these sweet pink, gold, and white planters from The Proper Blog. Something that’s so easy to do should never go out of style.

RECYCLED CORKSRECYCLED CORKS
If you have saved corks piling up around the kitchen, here’s a great way to use up a bunch of them: Make these tiny and unique succulent-topped cork planters. (All you need is a pocket knife!)
CONCRETE & SILVER LEAFCONCRETE & SILVER LEAF

Add some style to your dull concrete planter with silver leaf, like this glam geometric-inspired one from For the Makers. It’s the perfect neutral base for bold, leafy plants.

REPURPOSE EGG CUPSREPURPOSE EGG CUPS
Transform your underused egg cups into these chic and colorful miniature planters, perfect for tiny succulents or small blooms.

HEXAGON PATTERNSgeometric-sarahhearts
An ordinary planter becomes more extraordinary when you add geometric squares of your favorite patterns — like these colorful stripes and florals from Sarah Hearts.

MARBLEMARBLE
Dress up your plants with this classy marble pot — an easy and DIY way to add this year’s hottest stone to your home. Passion Shake paired her planter with a cactus, but it would also work great with your favorite flower.

MID-CENTURY MODMID-CENTURY MOD
You can totally make these quirky planters yourself, even without woodworking experience. They’re the perfect accent piece for an unloved corner or empty wall.

TEA TINS

TEA TINS
Recycle your cutest tea tins by turning them into succulent planters. They look perfectly at-home on your kitchen counter.

WOVEN BEADSWOVEN BEADS
Here’s an arts-and-craftsy DIY that’s fun to do with your kids: Use a mixture of white and brightly-colored beads to create this funky chevron pattern.
WOODEN CENTERPIECESwood-tellloveandchocolate
Create an amazing tablescape with these cute wooden centerpieces, made with thin wood and acrylic paint. Pot your favorite succulents in an old glass and hide it inside to complete the look.

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