Get inspired by these Cool DIY Ideas to Make Your Garden Look Great without investing much of your time and money!
Looking for feasible options to revamp your yard? Try out these Cool DIY Ideas to Make Your Garden Look Great with a handful of supplies!
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Cool DIY Ideas to Make Your Garden Look Great
1. Everlasting Faux Alliums
2. Crate Shelves
It’s a new trend, recycling objects! Wooden crates can be repainted and turned into beautiful shelves. It’s an easy and inexpensive idea.
3. Vintage Bed Frame Planter
Use metal bed frames, old furniture, and chairs to make planters out of them. Check out these chair planter ideas.
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4. Pallet Garden Table
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5. PVC Plant Tower
6. Recycle Old Stuff To Make Planters
Recycle old stuff that you have at home; look at this idea—planters made from old tubs. Here you can see more planter ideas from household items.
7. Spilled Flower Pot From Broken Pots
Create an astonishing cascading appearance with flowers. For this, all you need is a pot and a few groundcovers. Learn how to make it in our post.
8. Flowerpot Tower Planter + Birdfeeder
9. Reuse Old Doors
Give an unusual touch to an old door, attach a planter or a window box and grow some colorful annuals. Either keep it the same or paint bright colors on it.
10. A Birdcage Planter
Grow flowers or decorative foliage plants in a bird cage and hang them in the visible spot. It will become a focal point.
11. Water Fountain
Make a water fountain for your garden and add a small feature to your backyard. See the DIY article on Instructables.
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12. Great Bicycle Planter
Decorate the garden by recycling an old bicycle into a planter. This will become the most eye-catching planter in your garden.
13. Cinder Block Bench
If you have got a few cinder blocks, you can make a bench out of them. Secure them with adhesive and insert wood slats between the cinder block holes. Click here.
14. Pond In a Pot
Do you want to add a water feature to your small garden but don’t have space? If yes, then create a pond in a pot. You can also make it in a bucket or bathtub.
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15. Gazing Ball
You’ll need an old ball, some embellishments, adhesive, and little time to create this beautiful accent. Learn more here.
16. Repurpose Old Tires
Very popular! Old tires are inexpensive, and they have various decorative uses in the garden. You can wash and spray paint them in your favorite color.
17. Ladder Planter
Get an old staircase, paint it and use it to keep the pots. An excellent idea if you don’t have much space in the garden.
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18. Tree Stumps As Planters
If there are accumulated logs or tree stumps in your backyard, you can put planters on them or grow plants in them. See more tree stump planter ideas here.
19. Solar Power Lantern With Address Sign
This solar power lantern comes handy without burning a hole in your pocket. Also, you can stick adhesive numbers to create an address sign for your home. Learn more here.
20. Fire Pit Top Cum Coffee Table
Do you know a fire pit can also serve as a coffee table? All you need is a cover for the hearth. Get the tutorial here.
21. Flowerpot Fairy Garden Feature
Turn a broken terracotta planter into a fairy garden. You may also use a drilling machine to make pieces of your choice. Learn the detailed steps here.
22. Chandelier Hanging Planter
23. DIY Stepping Stone
Craft DIY stepping stones using a cake pan, marine varnish, concrete mold, some glass pebbles, and other supplies mentioned in the tutorial.
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24. Vintage Garden Lamp Pillar
Add a touch of vintage elegance to your yard by repurposing old lamps into a garden lamp pillar like this. To avoid accidents, place it by the garden fence or a large tree.
25. Rustic Wheelbarrow Flower Bed
Add a pop of colors to your yard with this wheelbarrow flower bed. Grow the most colorful varieties for a brilliant show. Details are here.
26. Topsy Turvy Metal Planter
Add this unique planter idea to your garden to save space while showcasing your favorite flowers or plant in a different yet attractive way!
27. Repurposed Crockery on a Ladder Planter
28. DIY Mason Jar Lantern