You have the earth to look into, but the earth doesn’t fit your home. It’s time to reconsider. I know many people dying to add greens but don’t have enough space to place all the fresh and beautiful things.
If you’re one of them, try DIY plant stand that can save you both the environment and space.
The Classic Frame Stand
A beautiful pyramid look-a-like DIY plant stand will create an extension to any backyard. Use metal, pine, or other woods to build the frame, and place a tray on each bottom of the three tiers. Fill the shelves with small perennials and decorate with stones to make it prettier.
Modern Stand IKEA Blend
Making DIY plant stand doesn’t have to be all hard work and complication. If you don’t want to start everything from scratch, use this built-in IKEA plant stand that looks modern and can blend in any room. Use the glue to attach acacia wood plate and place the pot with matching colours as the frame on the top.
The West Elm Inspiration
While the original looks very sturdy with concrete-built and everything, why not take the inspo and alter it a little bit. You’re going to need woods (tall and short), screw, glue, and coating to make a stand. The pot may come differently using plastic buckets for easy movement.
Strong with Concrete
This DIY plant stand costs less than $8. All you need is a concrete mix, a peg of wood or metal (dowel is an easier option), a bucket, tape, and paint. Measure the dowel and make three or four stands. Put the concrete mix and water in a bucket, push the dowel in and wait until it set. Lift the stool and paint your concrete plant stand with any colour of your choice.
3-Tiered Stand to Fit Your Corner
This corner stand can fit 5 or more potted plants depending on the size. You only need to attach the boards with glue, bolt and screw to make it sturdier. The vertical height is perfect for filling and empty front porch.
A Refreshing Welcome
Decorate your hanging welcome sign with wooden plant stand to create a rustic feeling. Use wood, board, and a hook to build this easy DIY plant stand. Coat the frame using chalkboard paint and leave it overnight. The pot needs to be wired and place it on the hook.
DIY Plant Stand with Levels
Take the knock-off west elm inspiration to another level by creating plant stand with different height to decorate your indoor area. This mid-century idea uses different dowel and pots from 6 inches to 12 inches. Fill the pot with different plants to make a distinctive look.
Colourful Book Plant Stand
Turn on your artistic mode by creating this cheap and easy-build indoor plant stand. Purchase the book (I prefer the hard linen cover) from the thrift shop and paint them with your favourite colours—the more colourful, the more contrast will it make. Leave it overnight and glue the books with a strong adhesive until it reaches your preference height.
Stairs Wooden Plant Stand
As classic as it looks, the stair wooden plant stand is fit to any room. You may build the board up to 2 or 3 levels or more, and the board width is adjusted to the size of your pot. Commonly, this type of stand is most suitable for small pots for different small plants.
A Multifunctional Modern Plant Stand
Consider making a DIY shelf; only you need to leave the inside part open up. This idea gives minimalism and high aesthetic on point using only oak plywood, dowel, bolt and screw, and glue. Assembly the boards to create panels inside depending on your needs. However, the plants need to be tall enough to stand out.
Beautiful at The Bottom
This teeny-tiny DIY plant stand may accompany during your relaxing time. The stand is small, so you need small perennials to decorate it with. Use lumber, cut 10 inches for the tray and be sure to make the X stand under 6 inches.
Mini Stand for A Modern House
It’s a similar look with a small DIY plant stand except for the base stand. We show you the X-form base, but now it’s the standard dowel supporting your circular tray with different width. Its small form can fit both on and off the table.
Faux Marble on Top
You don’t have to spend big to achieve this elegant look. Cut the boards into squares and spray with diluted grey paint. Use a feather to help you create that messy line on the marble, then dab with white acrylic on a sponge. Install the board onto the wooden frame and paint it in contrast for an elegant look.
Simple Cinder Block Stack Up
No wire, no glue, no screw needed whatsoever. This simple project is perfect for anybody. Prepare four cinder blocks and two boards; place tho cinder block apart, then place the board. Next, put the other two on each side of the board, then stack up again using the other board. Voila! You have a simple outdoor plant stand fit for small to medium pots.
Copper Plant Stand
The hairpin legs look quite distinctive from your usual DIY plant stand. Get the frame from Amazon or eBay and use ropes to decorate the outer part. Wrap around the tray part with ropes tightly before placing a pot onto it. You may want to change the boring dark colour of the copper and spray with other paint colours.
Rolling and Hanging
A desire for better versatility? Try this DIY plant stand. It looks like a small garden where you can leave the pots to sit or hang. Get the iron pipes from Walmart, irrigation PVC, rolling casters, wood boards, and screws. Once assembled, you can even store your gardening supplies in this shelf.
Ceramic with Wooden Legs
This DIY plant stand is easy to make but giving off a mid-century vibe to your living room. It requires standard dowel with the height of your preference, the X-form braces, spray paint, screw, and a ceramic pot.
A Beautiful Box
Another idea to send off a modern, mid-century look is by creating this DIY plant stand. It doesn’t have to be tall; in fact, using a small wooden box pot to place a tall perennial is a great contrast for a beautiful aesthetic.
Plants on Wheels
The dancing plant adds more creativity and mobility to your home decoration. You can move the pot inside or outside the house with minimum effort. Use plywood to make the base, screw, and drill to attach the rolling wheels. It may not be that tall, but the base should be wide enough to place the pot.
Standing and Hanging
The last DIY plant stand idea allows you to put the plant on the stand while leaving others hanging on the top. You can use bamboo sticks to assemble the frame and base or use the standard plywood. Attach wrought iron or chain to hang the pot.