This weekend I wanted to share DIY project plant stand, it is very easy even looks like I should not call it a project. It is simple concept with some material by attaching the legs to wood and I call this plant stand. Pot use by mid-century ideas and perfect accessory to decorate plants in the house.
DIY pot is perfect for those of you who only have a few plants in larger room, making variations in height turned out really pretty. Although combining two pots needed some creativity but believe you can find any material in a nearby store. I found them on a site that displays a variety of DIY projects, you can see from this article, or visit their website for more information. Have a nice weekend and you are ready to create your own potted plants!
- wooden circle: $6.65
- three 4″ wooden tapered legs: $3.98 each; $11.98 total
- three mounting plates for legs: $1.68 each; $5.04 total
Total cost plus tax: $25.10
Supplies I had on hand:
- wood stain: around $4 at most stores
- wood sealer: around $4.50 at most stores
- paint brush
- power drill
Total cost including stain & sealer: $33.60
Step One: Stain the wooden circle and legs with a paint brush or rag. If you use a paint brush, you will need to clean the brush with paint brush cleaner or mineral spirits. If you use a rag, be sure to soak it afterwards and dispose of it at a hazardous waste disposal site.
Step Two: Seal the wood with a wax or polyurethane of your choice. You may be dripping water onto this stand, so a water-based sealant is probably not your best option here. I used leftover glaze that I had in my supplies stash; otherwise, I would have just used a basic polyurethane spray.
Step Three: Attach the leg-mounting plates equidistant around the edge of the wooden circle. Make sure you’re attaching these to the rough side of the wood, not the nicer side.
Step Four: Screw the legs into the mounting plates.