A wall planter is a container containing plants like a flower pot that is hung or mounted on a wall. This DIY will teach you how to make a DIY wall planter in 25 amazing ways. It's always a good thing to have flowers and plants, flower pots, and other plants decor around your house, whether they are for esthetic purposes or for health and food like having a garden containing several plants and flowers.
So, for those that have the flair for painting flowers, the current challenge is that gardens take up lots of space, same goes for the flower pots and planters, that's why you need a wall planter.
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1. DIY Vertical Wall Planter
You'll only need 2 pallets for this project, it's cheap and easy to build. Once you have the pallets ready, you'll also need to paint them in your preferred colour.
Next, you'll need to attach a landscaping cloth at the back of the vertical pallet wall planter, this will enable the plants to rest inside the cloths, while the flowering ends stick out from the pallet wood. This planter isn't mounted, it was kept to lean on the wall, keeping the frame vertical and functional.
2. Bamboo Wall Planters
This is a simple wall planter made from bamboo. It's a simple process, you'll need long bamboo, caps frames, lamps, and a few other tools. This can easily be hung on a wall for esthetics.
3. Wall-Mounted Planter DIY
Here is another wall-mounted planter. This is not a real plant and pot, the creator used a 3D printer to make this planter. He got his 3D printer and the base, pot, and cloud STL file for the creation. It's a simple project for those that have a 3d printer.
4. Concrete Geometric Wall Planters
This is an amazing wall planter made from concrete, geometrically set up to be appealing to the eyes. The making process is easy to follow, and the planter is quite sturdy on the wall.
5. DIY Dollar Tree Wall Planter
Here is a guide that will show you how easy it is to make a wall planter for your home with simple easy-going materials. The creator used a 9-inch baking pan, faux plant, a clear zipper envelope, epoxy glue, Painter's tape, white pebbles, and a few more easy-going supplies.
6. How To Build A Wall Garden
This is a smart and creative way of making a wall planter, the creator used a recycled pallet board, made wood frames to stand on it vertically like a floating shelf. You'll need to spray it after you're done with the construction so that it looks appealing.
7. How To Build A Vertical Planter Garden
This is an amazing vertical wall planter, it can easily be mounted on a wall and it looks so great. The creator used a pallet board, removed all the nails, and planks that made up the pallet board, cut them into a square format that looks like a photo frame, and covered the middle with a wire mesh. It's a simple woodworking project that is cheap and easy to perform.
8. How To Make A Living Plant Wall
If using faux plants or other kinds of non-living plants is not good enough for you anymore, here is a video guide that will teach you how to make a wall planter for living plants.
You'll need a pocket landscape fabric with 36 pockets, a wood board that you'll cut to Look like a photo frame. Attach the fabric at the center of the frame, and fill the pockets with soil that will preserve the living plants.
9. Tetra Brik Modular Wall Planter
Here in this guide, a 3d printer comes into play again, this time with lots of tetra bricks involved. You'll also need zip ties, contact glue, a rectangular planter tray, polyurethane foam, and a few more supplies. This doesn't hang on a wall but leans on a wall while the base is on the ground.
10. Vertical Orchid Planter DIY
This is a simple woodworking project, you'll need some 1x8 Douglas fir fencing wood boards, plywood, some heavy-duty plastic garbage bags, pan head screws, and lots more. This is a great wall-mounted planter.
11. Indoor DIY Wall Planter
Here is a wall-mounted planter with a unique design. You won't be making one big planter with wood, but simple materials like a recovery pot or glass pot, iron wire or rope, washi tape, fabric, and a whole lot more. You can make as many as you want and hang them all around your house.
12. DIY Wall Garden
This is a super amazing wall-mounted planter. It's the coolest wall planter I've seen, you'll need plant LED grow strip light, white LED lighting, components for the electrical connection, lots of plywood, and much more.
13. DIY Succulent Plant Wall
The creator of this guide made a great succulent wall planter, it's perfect for room decor and can be hung on a wall. It was made in a diagonal form, small and easy to install, and what's better is that you can make as many as you want for several parts of your house.
14. DIY Wall Planter
This is a unique wall planter that allows you to use homemade materials like a cookie tin container. Get any oval-shaped cookie tin, take off the lid and cut it into two equal parts, paint the lid and the tin container with any color of paint, attach the half lid back on the full container, and the space left will be filled with plants. Now take that amazing planter and hang it on your wall.
15. DIY Cheap Easy Vertical Garden
This is a super easy garden plant wall that was made with iron rods. It's far from being home decor because it's way too big and the creator didn't even paint it. He made this to organize his garden and that worked out just fine.
16. DIY Wall Planter For Succulents
If you want to build a succulent wall planter for your home wall decor, you should start with a wooden frame. This inexpensive wall planter frame is easy to make to display your succulent plants amazingly.
17. DIY Wooden Wall Planter
This is a cool wall planter that can also serve as a floating shelf. You'll need a pallet board, some small lumber boards, a planter pot, a drill, screws, and lots more.
18. Green DIY Wall Planter
This is an interesting wall planter, you'll need plants of any kind, a steel mesh that will be in the background to hold the planters, hanging pots, and some neon-colored rope(optional). It's a simple and unique green wall planter.
19. DIY Vertical Wall Planter
So, this is a great vertical wall planter, the materials needed are easy to find, supplies like 1x6 whitewood boards, ratchet bar clamps, pocket hole screws, wood glue, small and medium-sized terracotta pots, leather strips, and a few more materials to get the project started.
20. DIY Mason Jar Wall Planter
You might not have wood or terracotta pots, and other cool stuff to make a wall planter but with something as easy-going as a mason jar you can easily fill it with plants and hang it on your wall. You'll need a wood board that will go on the wall first before you mount the plants-filled mason jars.
21. DIY Succulent Wall Planter
Here is a guide that will show you how to make a great succulent wall planter with wood boards, wood putty, wood glue, a staple gun, and lots more. It's a simple DIY project.
22. DIY Wall Planter
This is more of a standing wall planter, it doesn't need to be hung on a wall, it was made to stand on the ground while leaning on the wall for support. It's a large wall planter that allows you to display a wide array of plants and flowers.
23. DIY Plant Wall Under $20
If you want to make a wall planter at a cheap rate, here is a guide that costs only $20 for the materials. The making process is simple to follow, and it's a quick build if you know what you're doing.
24. How To Make Indoor Wall Planters
With this video guide, you'll learn how to make a wall planter with simple homemade materials and tools that won't cost a dime. You'll need cardboard, a needle, thread, scissors, a thick cloth, and a few other available supplies at home. The making process is quick and easy, and this was meant to be displayed indoors.
25. DIY Wall Hanging Planters
It's good to try out everything, that's why this particular guide will help you make a wall planter with two 6 inch metal buckets, some wood boards, d-rings for hanging, hose clamps, screws, and much more.
Making stuff for yourself is way better than buying, this way you have more control over the making process and can customize it to your taste. That's why I'm positive you'll find the right guide from the list above to suit your needs. Thanks for your time, best of luck.
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