Love IKEA? Yes, us too. But did you know they have tons of products that you can use to make clever garden planters? Make these IKEA planter hacks for less money, and with more character! Just a reminder, as we all know, IKEA changes it’s inventory pretty often, so if you can’t find a product listed in one of these tutorials, chance are they have a similar one that will work.
From ‘House Pet‘, this IKEA planter hack uses the Tradig wire bowl as a base, and then just tucked a pot inside. This looks like a very expensive piece I saw recently in a modern furnishings store.
Crystal from ‘A Pumpkin and a Princess‘ made this succulent planter IKEA hack from the Dragon bamboo bath accessories… I love the simple but natural feel of this.
From ‘Design Sponge‘, this Grundtal kitchen storage was repurposed as a hanging IKEA planter hack in the kitchen. Loving these Ikea planter hacks!
Our next one is from ‘IKEAHackers‘ themselves. They made this designer hanging planter with the “Asker” container from Ikea and some old leather belts. Really simple and fast Ikea planter hack project!
Learn how to plant a succulent garden in an IKEA cart from ‘Succulents and Sunshine‘. BTW, this site has great info on growing succulents, so spend a little time here. I love the color of this cart! Plus, she has a warning for assembly that you should know.
So this IKEA hack from ‘Brady Bunch Remodel‘ isn’t exactly a hack, because they start out using an Ikea planter from the Kardemumma series… The difference is, they took two of the pots and turned one of them upside down and made them into a Mid Century Modern planter knock off!
This DIY totem planter IKEA hack from ‘We Are Scout‘ is really clever and inexpensive. She used the Ikea 365+ white bowls and acrylic paint to make the magic, and these look just like ceramic! Great tutorial with lots of instruction and photos.
‘The Geek Ticket‘ used an IKEA Antonius shelving system to create this balcony planter IKEA hack. And the best part? The basket costs less than $3!
Ok, one more! A floating shelf planter? Done. ‘Hot for Houses‘ used an Ikea Ribba picture shelf to do a knock off of an expensive floating shelf made just for air plants.
Image Credits: Ikeahackers, House Pet, Pumpkin and a Princess, Design Sponge, Succulents and Sunshine, Brady Bunch Remodel, We Are Scout, Geek Ticket, Hot for Houses