Decoration Tuesday, July 18th 2017.
It seems hexagonal wall planters are quite popular. They’re also surprisingly versatile. The version showed on stylemepretty has this panel at the bottom which encloses this section of the shelf, making it easier to use it as a planter. You can also hide small vases in there so only the flowers are showing.
A vertical garden is quite a challenge. If built right, it should be sturdy, durable and user-friendly, not to mention fresh and good-looking. You’ll probably need a tutorial if you’re to craft one. You can find one on 17apart. It shows you how to put together the planter from start to finish and it also offers a complete list of all the materials and tools required for the project.
Geometric shelves and wall displays go great with modern and contemporary interior designs. Let’s see how you can built a triangle-shaped wall planter. You’ll need some things, including three pieces of plywood, some wood glue, a saw, a drill, some nails and a hammer. Cut the plywood pieces at a30 degree angle and cut a hole the size of the planter at the center of one of them. Glue the pieces together to form a triangle and then use nails to secure it. Hang it with screws.
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