Who doesn't love a good planter box? They are just so versatile and add visual interest to your garden, big or small, indoors or out. Here is one that takes the average garden box and puts a little urban spin on it.
This version takes a little more effort than the average box, but if you are handy with wood and tools it should be a breeze. I love a good building challenge, so projects like this get me all wide-eyed.
This garden box can easily be altered to fit various shapes and sizes, like squares or shorter rectangles to fit your space. In this example they used teak lumber, which drastically increased the cost, but you can easily work with salvage or a less expensive wood option.
If you like this look but not all that goes into making it, you could make or buy a basic wood box form and attach the corrugated metal siding for a similar feel.
To get the full tutorial check out: Fresh Home Ideas.
(Image: Fresh Home Ideas)