Modern pallet planter

We’ve seen pallets turned into about every DIY project possible, and it’s good… they are cheap or free, we recycle when we create a pallet project, and I just love the organic feel to such a simple thing. My favorite use of pallets however, is pallet planters. They just fit in a garden, ya know?

So here are TGG’s fav five of the week, Pallet Planters!

This living wall was created by Dremel Weekends.

Pallet living wall

 

Love this plant stand created with a pallet from At Home with Kelsey.

Pallet Plant Stand

 

I love the more modern, fresh look of this pallet planter from A Storied Style.

Modern pallet planter

 

For those of you who don’t want to use hammer and nails to switch up a pallets configuration, this is a great example from Young House Love on attaching pots to the pallet! Love this look!

Pallet planter

 

Lastly, this example perfects Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! Love it!

Recycled pallet planter

Image Credits: A Storied Style, Dremel Weekends, t Home with Kelsey, Young House Love, Gato de Sapato


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5 Comments

  1. Jacob May 8, 2017 at 4:05 am

    Wow…really great ideas I never knew existing, going to try attaching pots to the palets looks cute ^^

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  2. Olga Morozova September 28, 2015 at 9:54 am

    These are great planter ideas, but where do you get your pallets? I see pallet ideas all the time but I don’t know where you can get them for free and I don’t want to accidentally steal them. I’ll have to ask around so I can try that one with the painted bottles!

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    1. Kathy Woodard October 14, 2015 at 4:02 pm

      You definitely need to ask, but we see them behind businesses all the time…This is especially effective if there is a local business you deal with a lot. When you have a relationship with someone, often they will save them for you!

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    2. Ann January 8, 2017 at 11:07 am

      Check craigslist! I found an ad from a tile business that was giving away pallets because they had too many stacked up. Home Depot has to return theirs to corporate. Also check local feed stores. I found one in my area that sells them for $3 simply to get rid of them. The broken ones they give away.

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  3. kimberly grimes August 16, 2014 at 6:52 am

    Does anyone know what grows best or optimal growth on top of blackberry vines that have been in overgrowth for 30 years? We just cleared 8 acres of 15 ft high blackberry overgrowth and how to make a single wide mobile home ,sitting on homestead, look like a container home. Yes I have a lovely view but tje 56×14 mobile home is hard on the eyes

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