Increase your home’s curb appeal and grow beautiful plants on windows by following these inexpensive yet appealing DIY Window Box Ideas.
1. Wooden Window Box
Build a window box out of cedar boards using sandpaper, screws, exterior paint, and some hardware. Visit DIY Network for the tutorial post.
2. Chevron Pattern Box
If you’re bored with the way your window box looks, spruce it up using colored wood pieces in a chevron pattern. We found the idea here.
Also Read: Indoor Window Garden Ideas
3. Wooden Window Box
Install a wooden window box to create more room for growing flowers. Plans are available at Popular Mechanics.
4. Modern Window Planter
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5. Window Flower Boxes
It’s certain that most of you might not like plain window boxes. If so, consider making this box with some front designing. For the designs, cut the corners of the planks diagonally using a saw. Check out the tutorial here.
6. DIY Window Box
The wooden box above might be similar to many others in this list, but the brackets reflect a quirkiness for sure! Learn the whole procedure at DIY Network.
7. Window Box Planter Tips
Before creating a window box, you must read this article by HGTV, which guides you with critical tips about a window box planter. These tips and tricks will help you to create and maintain your planter box efficiently.
8. Small Window Boxes
Instead of creating a large window box, divide it into sections of three to increase planting opportunities in your exterior. Find the tutorial post at Lowes.
9. Window Box With Vintage Trim
Stand out the ordinary by DIYing this window box in between a vintage trim. Though this site doesn’t have the DIY for the old trim, you can look for it over the web.
10. Window Flower Box DIY
Glue wood shims to a finished planter box to give it a more textured look and paint the whole with wood stain. You can access the DIY here.
11. Window Box With Shutters
Make pot sized holes into a wooden plank and create wooden shutters to replicate this project. Add terracotta pots with flowers to the holes, and you’ll be ready with a homemade window box.
12. DIY Window Box
Add charm to your monotonous windows by imitating this window planter box here. You’ll need some hardware, wood, sandpaper, window box brackets, flowers/edibles, and potting soil.
13. Drawer Style Window Box
Upcycle your dresser drawer by employing it into modeling this window box planter to modify your window’s appearance. See the tutorial at Hometalk.
14. Wooden Planter Box
Cut significant holes for the pots and screw the shelf to a hanging strip to complete this DIY. Read the instructions in detail at Family Handyman.
15. DIY Pallet Window Box
This blogger upcycled a pallet into a window box. You can do this too by following her instructions here.
16. Vibrant Window Box for Annuals
Begin your spring planting of annuals in this vibrant window box. Get the step by step tutorial at Mom Spark.
17. Aluminum Gutter Succulent Window Box
This article at Shelterness suggests using aluminum gutter with gutter caps as a window box planter to grow succulents.
Also Read: DIY Wood Succulent Planters
18. Wood Shin Window Box Planter
Learn how to transform an ordinary wooden window box into this at Censational Style.
19. Beautiful Lattice Windowboxes
Build a beautiful window box planter with lattice details easily by taking help of this tutorial.
20. Colorful Tin Can Planters and Pallet Holder
Use an old pallet to hold the colorful tin can planters. One of the coolest DIY Window Box Ideas to try your hands on. Get the details at Pillar Box Blue! Check out these tin can herb planter ideas as well.
21. Galvanized Tub Window Boxes
Hang galvanized tub on the window to use as window boxes for a rustic appeal. You can grow herbs and vegetables in them apart from annuals. We found the idea here.
22. Twig Craft Window Box Planter
This DIY window box idea is simple–Look here and there in your garden to find some twigs from fallen branches. Cut them in similar height and glue them on any wooden window box.
23. Cylindrical Window Boxes
You can also use galvanized planters of different shapes as window boxes. Also, see these galvanized metal planters you can make easily.