Enjoy thrifty DIY plant stands that will display your favorite plants and look great in your home.
As long as I can remember, there have been plants in our home and there are so many ways to incorporate them in your decor. They make a home look much more welcoming and of course, they help clean the air.
To make a presence with plants, you don’t have to spend a lot of money on plant stands. Here are a few economical and beautiful plant stand ideas.
Perfect for outside to keep all your potting supplies and plants in one area to move where needed is this DIY Rolling Garden & Plant Stand. It would also make a great stand indoors with plants and other decor items.
If you love vintage as much as I do, then grab a few vintage lampshades at your local Goodwill or antique stores to make Lampshade Frames for Plant Stands.
If you the Dollar Tree as much as I do, check out how to make your own DIY Dollar Tree Plant Stand.
This would be so cute sitting by a window with all your plants and a great dumpster dive find when looking for a drawer to make this Upcycled Drawer Plant Stand.
If you have a small area and lover your plants, this Vertical Plant Stand is a perfect easy project for you to make.
A $5.00 find in this wastebasket is a perfect example of taking something that doesn’t cost much and making something perfect for your plants like this Metal Wastebasket Stand.
Using pieces of scrap wood is how this Nesting Plant Stand was made. You can download the plans on the site.
Have an old ladder? This Antique Ladder Plant Stand is a super easy project to make and display.
This project may take a bit of time to make but doesn’t really make a statement. This edgy Concrete Plant Stand is perfect for those who love the boho look.
Another Dollar Tree plant stand made with game pieces. Jenga Blocks Plant Stands is another quick and easy DIY project. Just don’t let the kids see what you made it with.
This Exposed Beam Plant Stand (no link source) really caught my eye and will hold so many plants at the window level. It would be great for outdoors if the wood is waterproof.
My favorite of them all is this clever idea of Using Crates for Plant Stand (no link source). Using new or old crates could be stacked for so many areas of your home.
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I’m just a country girl loving my geeky life with my wonderful husband, always taking pictures, getting my hands dirty in the garden, being crafty, exploring with travels and enjoying all this on a budget. But above all, living my faith as a child of God!