DIY Decor Trend: Elevated Plant Stands

DIY Decor Trend: Elevated Plant Stands

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Dabney Frake
Sep 14, 2014
(Image credit: Remodelaholic)

Colder weather is coming and indoor plants take on new meaning — they are the only bits of green that some of us will have to cling to in the coming months. Luckily, creative people everywhere are showing us ways to store — nay, show off — our beautiful plants. So get your fiddle leaf fig, succulent, or whatever the plant du jour may be, and learn how to make one of the following styles.

Above, a wooden cube plant stand from Remodelaholic. Full instructions are over on the site, along with ways to add detailed fretwork if you like.

A mid-century inspired stand from A Beautiful Mess.

(Image credit: Camille Styles)

Camille Styles used a mixture of concrete and copper to make these tall stands.

(Image credit: Hello Lidy)

Hello Lidy admired this one from Modernica, and her husband made this version above.

(Image credit: A Beautiful Mess)

If you don't have a lot of time, this stand, also from A Beautiful Mess, is a matter of attaching tapered legs to a wood disc.

(Image credit: HGTV)

A trip to the hardware store will provide everything you need to make this brass and dowel holder, from HGTV.

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