Original plant pots of used objects and natural materials

Spring is finally here. All flower shelves are already full and you need more space for the new plants. Do you feel the same way? Then you definitely need more plant pots, right? What do you think of the idea for original flowerpots and planters that cost little? Impossible? But on the contrary. Find out here how to use old, used items and natural materials to make creative plant pots yourself. Practically all old things are suitable as a plant container. Do not you believe it? Then check out the imaginative upcycling ideas in our collection today and see for yourself.

Chic tin cans for an original retro look

Tin cans of all kinds are the perfect material for your DIY flowerpots. You can simply use the cans as shown above, or you can paint them in any color. Also interesting is the next idea with clothespins made of wood. The clips, which form a chic planter, are attached directly to a tin box.

You have the choice to decorate the cans as well. Below is a creative example of a decoration with hot peppers and pieces of wood.

Creative pots of clothespins




Paint tin cans colorfully

Decorate the plant pots for your kitchen herbs



Other very often used items when it comes to planters are the car tires. They are very convenient to stack. You can easily arrange and paint them. The tires provide plenty of space for the potting soil and are easy to pour. Small old boats are not uninteresting. You can place the boats in your garden and fill them with soil. Such a planter will definitely be the ultimate eye-catcher.

Fancy planters from old car tires

Transform your little boat into a cool flower garden

Think again if you want to throw away your old shutters. They are great as a flower stand, which you can attach directly to the wall. Flower pots or glasses are attached to it and you have in a snap a vertical mini garden. The used, metal coffee and teapots also look particularly attractive as plant pots. No matter if you arrange them hanging or standing. Plant succulents in old suitcases or chests, they need very little water.

As you will see, there are no limits here. Old shoes, kitchen sieves, cages, coffee cups, PET bottles, books, wheelbarrows, chairs, armchairs, desks, old ornamental fountains and shells – everything is being re-used and re-used. In this way, you can achieve both – you make unique plant pots and act environmentally friendly and sustainable. Their reward is originality and good conscience. Have fun crafting!

Hanging flower stands made of shutters

Exceptional flower pots from old teapots

Make fun gardeners from ceramic pots

The old suitcase gets its second chance

Mini flowerpots made of corks

Paint the unusable kitchen sieves in fresh colors

Leave the birds to freedom and use the cages for decoration purposes only

PET bottles as clever, hanging flower containers

Vintage flowerpots made of porcelain cups

Long-read books are still up to date

The rusted wheelbarrow is awakened to new life

Spray the old shoes and boots in gold and silver

Or leave them in their original look

Combine rubber boots, woven baskets and kitchen sieves

You can quietly repaint broken chairs and armchairs and turn them into flower pots

Lively colors and chic patterns

The retro desk offers plenty of cultivation space

Unmistakably rustic

Ornamental fountains become fabulous mini gardens

Collect shells and snails for your succulents

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