Gone are the days when the terracotta pots were the only planters used. Nowadays, the possibilities are quite versatile, and you can make a planter out of some stuff that you already have at home. Such items can be some of your old clothes, old vehicles and even some old pieces of furniture. And since we are always here for to get you inspired with versatile decorations ideas, today, we would like to show you how to turn old dressers into amazing planters.
Yes, dear Top Dreamers, that old dresser that looks like it breaks the look of your interior, can definitely make the look of your outdoor space. Simply find a good place for it in the outdoors, whether that will be on the balcony, on the patio or maybe somewhere else in the backyard. If you don’t like its look you can repaint it in some more vibrant color. Or maybe even you can draw some pattern on the drawers. Here are several such old dressers that have been turned into cool planters.
15 Old Dressers Turned Into Amazing Planters
When you are done with the painting, start with the planting process. First, clean the drawers well and line them with plastic garbage bags. Then, make a few holes through the bags and bottom of drawers for drainage. Don’t forget to put something heavy in the backs of the drawers, for instance a couple of bricks, so that the drawers don’t tilt down. Fill them with dirt and plant away.
You can choose to fill all of the drawers with some plants or maybe in some of them. Also, you can take out all of the dresser drawers and arrange them in different ways to create a more eye-catching planter. You can plant all types of flowers and succulents in an old dresser, so if you have some don’t throw it away but turn it into a unique planter.
These were the dresser planters that we have chosen for you today and we hope that they will get you inspired to make some such planter too. Tell us in the comments which one from them did you like the best. And of course don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer to find many other great recycling projects.