Chairs are one of the basic pieces of furniture that we all have at home. And just like everything else they have a life span and sooner or later become too old to be used. But this doesn’t have to mean that you will have to get rid of them and throw them away because they can be repurposed in so many different ways. For, instance you can make them part of your garden decor and use them as beautiful garden planters.
The best chairs for such purpose are the traditional old chairs, the wooden ones with simple lines, but still other types of chairs can be transformed into beautiful planters too. What you need to do to turn a chair into a planter, is to make a hole in the seat, wide enough for the planter to fit in. In this way the chair becomes a kind of display area for the flowers and plants. Another way to turn the chair into a garden planter is to remove the seat of the chair and place a wire basket in the hole in place of existing seat. Scroll down now to see the versatile old chair planters that we have chosen for you today and get inspired to add some into your garden too. Enjoy!
Old Chairs Turned Into Beautiful Garden Planters
In case the chair doesn’t have a seat, or you don’t want to cut a hole, you can choose to place the chair over the plants, so that they can grow through it. And besides this, you can use the chairs to place containers on it, such as kettles, jugs, buckets, baskets etc., where you will grow plants. Choose to leave the chairs like that, or maybe repaint them with some more vibrant color. You can also make the chair look more eye-catching by drawing some pattern on it.
Old chairs can be repurposed in so many different ways, whether as part of the home or garden decor. Get inspired from the above ideas of how to turn old chairs into beautiful garden planters and thus give a unique look to your garden. Thank you for reading and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer to find many other wonderful ideas of how to decorate the garden to make it your favorite spot for the upcoming spring and summer days.