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Ikea Hack | DIY Wall Planter! Turn a blank boring wall into a breath of chic design. See my ”Thrifty Find” Asker Utensil Holder turned wall planter. https://youtu.be/PJJM857SXS8 Details on my blog http://bemyguestwithdenise.com/diy-ikea-hack-wall-planter-2/ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsIKEA Hyllis Hack: DIY Indoor herb GardenVertical Gardening Idea | Ikea Shoe Organizer Hack For Growing GreensShirley Bovshow’s DIY Wall Monogram PlanterGREEN DIY | WALL PLANTERHow to care for succulents & make a succulent wall planterMake A Miniature Succulent Wall Planter ✽ || West Coast Gardens

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12 Comments

  • Shante Vega 3 weeks ago

    Love this idea!

  • Keeping up with Mrs. Elektra 3 weeks ago

    Thanks for sharing this great idea!

  • Dee Badley 3 weeks ago

    Good idea…use this to pot live herbs!!

  • ALEXtraordinary diy 3 weeks ago

    This is so creative and pretty!!!!

  • Shirley Sands 3 weeks ago

    Denise when I saw this, all I saw was herb garden about to happen in my kitchen. Great display idea. I am a bit lost though. Not sure where you put the picture hanging stuff. Can you explain? Thanks for the idea.

  • evelyn jones 3 weeks ago

    Nice

  • OnCloudNine62 3 weeks ago

    Nice job! This is my kind of hack….I love greenery. TFS

  • A Cozy Casita 3 weeks ago

    Hi Denise!! Absolutely beautiful, I love these!! What a great DIY!! You got an excellent price on those, unfortunately my Goodwill never does price discount days. Bummer right. Tfs, have a wonderful day! Liza :))

  • ansbach74 3 weeks ago

    Love it. Though I do not have a green thumb. I would use faux greenery as you suggested. Thanks for sharing.

  • AMATEUR DECORATING LIKE A PRO 3 weeks ago

    Oh Denise! I love these containers. Gorgeous display!!!! Hugs and ♡ Cathryn

  • Nia Nicole 3 weeks ago

    Great DIY Denise! Is it always half off on Wednesdays at IKEA?!!

  • Mom Margie 3 weeks ago

    You always come up with such fabulous ideas! And I will be adapting this idea into my kitchen. Thank you for sharing and keep up the good work