Monday, July 21, 2014

DIY Wooden Planter Stand Guest Post

Hi friends - Happy Monday! Today we're super excited to becoming official guest contributors over at Remodelaholic. It's such an honor to be guest contributors with all of these other brilliant bloggers.

Today we're over there showing how we built these DIY Wooden Planter Stands as the first project in our patio transformation (that will likely take about a year to finish). But the first step is always the hardest, right?

How to Build a Wooden Planter Stand

So swing on by Remodelaholic and have a looksie.

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  1. These look fantastic!
    You are right the first step is always the hardest, our patio/courtyard walls went up in November last year and it is still a pile of sand and weeds, so much landscaping to do we dont know where to start, so havent!

  2. I love this project! Pinning for the future:)

  3. Your planter stands look great. Lucky you to have such a handy hubby. Can't wait to see the whole patio transformation.

  4. Those look fantastic, good luck with the patio transformation!

  5. Those are great....such a fabulous, simple design--great job!

  6. Congrats! You are featured on this week's Do Tell Tuesday link party and have been pinned to our features board! Feel free to grab a button and link up this week too. :)

    Diane @ Vintage Zest

  7. What a fun and unique idea that looks really simple, but is really cute and in style. I recently bought big planters, but I want to find some plant stands so that I can add some height and dimension. I think I will try making these ones first and see how they turn out. I am really glad that I came across this and for the instructions on how to do it.