The spring is here and that means it’s time to clean up our homes and refresh our home decorating. You may not necessarily want to completely revamp your interior but you may try removing something old and adding something new to it. Making your home look fresh is what spring redecorating is all about.
How about starting with houseplants? Bringing in new greenery is a great option to let spring into your home and creative planters to keep the plants can add a lot of decor value. Even more, making your own planters is a great way to quickly update your interior. Check out the most creative DIY project that we have found for you.
Indoor Water Garden
Aquatic plants are different than your regular houseplants and having a terrarium as part of your decor can make a great accent. They’re very easy to maintain and you can keep them just about anywhere. Check out this tutorial to see how you can make one yourself.
Succulent Wall Planter
A wall planter is a creative way to turn houseplants into art. If you have empty wall space or you need to swap out old wall art this can be a great way to be unique with your decor. Succulents are perfect for this because they are so easy to maintain. Follow the tutorial to build the planter at home.
Succulents are great houseplants in that they are easy to maintain and they can add color as well as greenery to your home decor. Creating your own indoor succulent garden is easy as well. Check out the tutorial to see how to do it.
Painted Planter Pots
A great way to improve your houseplant pots by improving your home decor is to paint them. And while you may not have the hand of an artist for that, it’s actually easy to paint simple but attractive shapes. The tutorial will show you how to do it.
Rustic Succulent Pots
We love rustic decor and there’s no reason why planter pots cannot be in this style. It’s a very easy project to turn simple terracotta pots into stylish decor accents. Check out the tutorial to see the instructions.
Concrete has lots of charm in home decor as an industrial style accent so making planter pots out of it lets you use it to your advantage. Making them is a lot easier than you think. Check out this tutorial that will show you how.
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Marble Planter Pots
Marble may or may not be your favorite material as far as adding some interest to you decor goes but these planter pots do look good. If you like the look, you can save some money by making faux marble pots instead of buying the real thing. This tutorial will show you how to do it.
Here’s another little DIY project for your regular terracotta pots that will make them stand out. Use chalkpaint to achieve this look and add lovely rustic accents to your decor. Follow the instructions in the tutorial.
Clay Succulent Planters
Aren’t these little succulent planters just lovely? And the best part is that you can easily make them at home. Take on this adorable DIY project by following the tutorial which will guide you through the process.
Mini Succulent Planters
Mini succulents are great in that you can sprinkle them all around your house for small but meaningful accents. Make these mini pots to take it up a notch and add some pops of color in your decor. Use the tutorial to help you.
Rope Terracotta Planters
One more way to style you terracotta planter pots and turn them from boring to fab. Use some rope and paint to wrap them and give them a lovely rustic style. The tutorial will show you how to do it exactly.
Gold Leaf Vase
Experimenting with gold leaf can take you a long way, especially if you want to add some glamour to your decor the easy way. This vase can be used as a planter just as well. Check out the tutorial on how to make one.
Succulent Book Planter
If you like original and whimsical decor accents, you’ll love this DIY project. Use an old book to create a remarkable planter that will be a talking piece without fail. The easy tutorial will show you how to do it.
French Vintage Planters
If you’re one for shabby chic or French vintage style, these whitewashed planters will make your day. Take some standard Ikea planter pots and turn them in to something fabulous. Use the process shown in the tutorial.
Old Baking Tin Planter
This DIY project will take an old baking tin so if you’ve got one you’re in luck. The planter truly looks unique and it can be hung on a wall for easy access to herbs or just to adorn your walls. Making it is easy so just follow the tutorial.
You can easily add a whimsical decor accent to your home by making this simple but cute planter from an old teapot. It’s really as simple as drilling a hole in the bottom of the pot for drainage. So get an old teapot from a flea market or elsewhere and make yourself this brilliant planter. The tutorial will explain you all the details.
A chalkboard planter is a very quick way to add decor interest to a simple terracotta planter. All you have to do is use the chalkboard paint to paint it and write your own creative messages with chalk on your new planter. It’s simple and easy – definitely worth a try. Follow the tutorial for easy instructions.