DIY/Thrifty Decorating

7 Easy DIY Farmhouse Style Planters

DIY Farmhouse planters vintage finds repurposed and recycled items7 DIY Planters

As I’m looking around my front porch and back patio, I’m realizing that I’ve DIY’d quite a few farmhouse style planters this year.  It gets pretty pricey to buy all new planters.  Money I’d rather spend somewhere else.  So if you’re into DIY and farmhouse style (and saving a little cash as well), check out my thrifty decorating ideas for outside.  Here are 7 easy DIY farmhouse style planters that will update your outdoor spaces without breaking the bank.  You can find pretty much all the planter ideas at thrift stores, goodwill, your grandma’s basement, or wherever else you can find a deal!

Vintage Toolbox

DIY farmhouse style planter using a rusty craftsman toolbox

 

You can read more about this toolbox planter – click here!

Enamelware Bowl

Make your own planter with vintage enamelware for farmhouse style

update a summer porch with thrift store finds

You can see more of this idea – click here!

Watering Cans

DIY Planter from vintage watering can DIY Planter from vintage watering can

 Dollar store Planter Makeover

DIY Dollar store planter makeover with spray paint

 

You can see this transformation –Click here!

Vintage Wagon

 

DIY Farmhouse style planter from a rusty red wagon DIY Farmhouse style planter from a rusty red wagon

Check out this old wagon – here!

Old Ceramic pots

Whitewashed vintage ceramic planters Whitewashed vintage ceramic planters

Find some old pots at a junk store and lightly brush them with white paint – instant farmhouse update. That’s what I did for my $12 thrifty summer porch makeover – click here!

Paint Bucket

I found this Behrens paint bucket at Lowes for a few bucks – throw in some succulents and rocks and done!  Instant planter!

DIY planter from paint bucket

 

And here’s an update of my Plant Shelf Makeover after my plants have had some time to grow:

plant shelf makeover with citristrip farmhouse style
That “behrens” bucket is a paint bucket you can get from most home improvement stores!

It doesn’t take much money to add some style to your outdoor spaces.  And who doesn’t love saving money??  Check the flea markets, Craigslist, vintage stores, junk stores, grandma’s basement – wherever.  You can find some really cool inexpensive things to repurpose into planters.

Happy planting and thanks for stopping by Brown Dog Vintage!

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