No two houseplants look the same. They look different, and you want to present them in your home in a way that accentuates their individuality. That goes into how you take care of them, and it goes with your choice in planter and even planter stand.
Planters come in all kinds of shapes and sizes, but when you get right down to it they all look largely the same. The planter stand, on the other hand, you can tailor specifically into your own home decor scheme. That includes both inside your home and outside. In fact, if you’re into working with your hands, you can make your own.
We’ve included a range of planter stands that you can make for your home, indoor and out. The materials are either lying around your house or available at affordable prices at your local hardware store. You can either use these as-is, or as a basic template that you follow while letting your imagination run wild.
For that ladder you have sitting around unused, reusing it as a ladder stand with a rustic appearance doesn’t require a lot of work. You can also customize it a little bit with just a little work.
The step-by-step instructions start with a list of tools you’ll need and lets you click through a series of pictures that lay out how to make it. You can also deviate off the instructions when you want to make it look like you want it to.
Perfect to create vertical green that keeps the floor clear, these hanging planters let you display a variety of plants in a variety of sizes. These also have a little more sophisticated look than a stand that you place on the floor that if done right will allow you to water it from the top down.
It might look complicated, but the instructions are pretty simple. As long as you can get one of them down, you can get them all down. Just replicate one as many times as you need to.
Indoor or out, nothing projects a little bit of taste like copper. This stand is a dream for a DIYer who likes a bit of a challenge because it requires that you measure and cut metal. It will also last a long time.
The instructions for this include the materials you’ll need and step-by-step instructions on how to put it together. But, it should be no sweat to customize the measurements to fit your planters.
Perfect for an outdoor presentation of potted plants of different sizes, this tiered plant stand breaks from relying on a circular construction, opting for something that looks made out of Jenga tiles. But it’s modular design is great for presentations using 90-degree angles.
If you’re a fan of power tools, the instructions for this one suggest that a miter saw could make your life a lot simpler. It is less step-by-step and more of a basic how-to guide, assuming that you want to tailor your tiers for your plants and planters.
Quick and easy to make, you can crank out these wood planter stands in a hurry. These are perfect if you’ve got a lot of plants you want to display, but want to put them on something that will distract guests from looking at your greenery.
The plan for this one not only comes with detailed, step-by-step instructions for how to make them and a list of tools you’ll need. They also come with a quick and dirty budget that tells you they are as affordable as they are easy to build.
A versatile stand not just for plants, this stand allows to repurpose a rolling stand meant for old televisions into a way to display multiple plants of various sizes and planters. If you want a little bit extra stability, you can remove the wheels.
Unlike some of our other stands, this one is less a build your own and instead assumes you start with the basic cart. The instructions are mostly about decorating it and tailoring its appearance to meet your needs.
Perfect to complement an elegant living room set, this marble-and-copper planter stand projects taste. The materials are also durable enough that this one would also work in an outdoor setting.
The instructions are pretty straightforward, not just in materials but also in how to put them together. It’s copper piping, so it might be a little pricier, and if you’re going to use it inside you can also add something to protect your floors from contact with the metal.
Unlike some of our other stands, this one is designed to maximize space by greening out a corner. It’s also customizable in terms of tiers and size, and even in color.
The great news for DIY enthusiasts is that the plans call for using several power tools. They also offer step-by-step instructions for how to put them together. You can also feel free to change up the colors you use to paint them to match your room.
Low to the ground and perfect to place next to big floor-to-ceiling windows to add some green towards the floor. These are perfect to create a multi-layered look to your inside places.
You won’t find detailed instructions, but only a vague description of how it was made. This isn’t much of a problem, because it’s so simple to build that all you need are the basics so that you can customize it for your house.
Another wood plant stand, this one is more like the copper stand profiled previously. This one demonstrates that something as simple as bare wood can look sophisticated enough for your inside spaces.
The instructions are detailed and include pictures for optimum ease in construction. With a little imagination, you can also modify the instructions to tailor your stand to your planters.
Built like a stool, and sturdy enough for the outside, this concrete planter stand is great in its simplicity. There is nothing flashy or sophisticated about it. It lets you get creative while making a planter that can fit into whatever you need it to.
The instructions are detailed and come with pictures. As the headline on the website advertises, the price for making this one is affordable enough that you can build it on any budget.
Perfect for a sparse inside display without a lot of color, these modern planter stands can complement your decor scheme without overpowering it. A modular design with simple colors, these blend into the background while giving your greenery a little elevation.
Follow the instructions and you can get consistent results. On the other hand, with a little creativity, you can customize your measurements to create plant stands just the size that you need.
Note: header image credit: ProFlowers
Hi there! My name is Adam and I write for HealthyHandyman. I have a great passion for writing about everything related to tools, home improvement, and DIY. In my spare time, I'm either fishing, playing the guitar, or spending quality time with my beloved wife. You'll also often find me in my workshop working on some new project!