12 DIY Plant Stands That Let You Explore Your Creativity

Indoor plants offer many benefits not just for homes but also for offices and other spaces. They way you display them also has an important impact on the way they influence you and the décor. So let’s discuss, once again, indoor plant stands, more specifically the DIY kind. Surely store-bought planters would make things a lot simpler but then your plants will be lacking character. Moreover, the following projects are pretty simple.

Cement on top and copper baseView in gallery

Copper and concrete come together in this project featured on Camillestyles. Assuming you want to make a set of three planters similar to those in the images, you’ll need three buckets, copper pipes and tube caps, concrete mix, glue, tape and a cup. The planters are customizable so you can decide the exact dimensions and even the shape you want to give them.

Wire plant standView in gallery

For the project on Themerrythought you’d first have to find a lampshade that has wires connecting the top and bottom. This is the most difficult part, everything else being extremely simple. In addition to this particular lampshade you’ll also need wire cutters and some spray paint in case you want to change the planter’s color.

Marble and copper plant standView in gallery

Simplicity also defines the chic planters we found on ajoyfulriot. The materials needed for this project include copper pipes, a pipe cutter, marble tiles and very strong glue. The first step is to figure out how high you want the planter to stand and to cut the pipes to size. Then start building the frame and glue the marble tile to it.

Wooden planter stand diyView in gallery

A wooden planter stand can be just the thing you need to make your beautiful plants stand out in an elegant and a simple way. To build the planter, you’ll need a cedar plank for the legs and one for the base as well as some outdoor stain, a sander, a saw and wood glue. After you cut the pieces for the legs, round them ans sand them. Cut holes in their sides so you can then add the x-shaped base. Put all these elements together and use glue to keep them secure. Then stain the stand.{found on remodelaholic}.

Piano stool plant standView in gallery

Another option when creating a plant stand can be to repurpose things you already have in your home such as, for example, a piano stool. You can pretty much just take the stool, find a good spot for it and put a planter on top. Of course, you can first give it a makeover and maybe paint it.{found on nur-noch}.

Faux dachshund planterView in gallery

Speaking of things you can repurpose, check out this awesome dachshund planter. Actually, this used to be a dog dish stand. It’s made of metal and looks really interesting, regardless of the function it serves. The two bowls were filled with white rocks and then succulents were added.{found on learningcreatingliving}.

Wood plant standView in gallery

Now this is a really interesting plant stand. It can hold three planters and you can make it using the Ikea PS plant stand, three wood plates, some glue and clamps. Optionally, you can also use screws and nuts to customize the stand. Just like that, you can create a very simple but also very stylish accessory for your home. Find out more about the project on Sugarandcloth.

Vertical wood pland standView in gallery

In case you want a stand that allows you to display multiple planters in one spot, the project featured on Rufflesandtruffles can be a perfect option. This type of design works best for gardens or outdoor spaces although you can also adapt it for the indoors. The supplies needed include two stair risers, five planter boxes, a wood board, 4 bolts, 4 nuts, 8 washers, 28 screws and a drill.

Square wooden planterView in gallery

A design that’s simple, versatile and also very easy to make can be found on Vintagerevivals. You can make it out of some square wooden dowels plus some wood glue and nails or screws. The goal is to make a cube-shaped planter stand that can hold a planter of the size you desire. So if you already have a planter in mind, use it as a reference.

Mid century plant standView in gallery

There’s this mid-century planter stand which is tall and has a small platform at the top and a shelf somewhere lower, allowing you to display two planters on it. You can recreate this type of structure, giving it the look and the style you want. For more inspiration and details on how to actually build the stand, check out Abeautifulmess.

Modern Mid Century planterView in gallery

But if you prefer small stands for your planters that look cute and chic, then maybe you’ll enjoy the design offered on sugarandcloth. They look very lovely, resembling miniature stools. You can make these stands using small tapered legs. Using stain and tape you can give them the desired look. Painting them an interesting color is also an option.{found on sugarandcloth}

Succulent Wire Plant StandView in gallery

Of course, there’s also the option of simply buying a ready-made plant stand and simply spray painting it in order to give it a unique look. You can give yours a nice metallic look or you can choose a bold and fun color. {found on saltbushavenue}