Added by on 2017-07-21

Today we’re showing you how to make an easy industrial wall planter by hacking the inexpensive IKEA Hyllis metal shelf and adding some wood shelves and plant pots. (No IKEA nearby? You could use a length of metal angle from the hardware store instead.) This is an easy way to add some popular industrial style to your home by giving your houseplants a new home at the same time! Use faux greenery for a maintenance-free “garden” (we won’t tell your secret!) or you could even use the plant pots as organizers for office supplies or other small items. For written instructions and full list of supplies, see the post on our site here: A big thanks to our amazing contributor, Medina from Grillo Designs, for sharing this wall planter with us. Thanks for watching! Don’t forget to please like this video and subscribe to Remodelaholic for more upcoming videos! Please also be sure to check out and follow us on our other social media channels: Instagram: Facebook: Pinterest: Twitter: Google +: Related PostsIkea Hack | DIY Wall PlanterVertical Gardening Idea | Ikea Shoe Organizer Hack For Growing GreensThis IKEA indoor garden lets you grow your own foodThe IKEA Hydroponic Indoor Garden Kit Great Way To Start GrowingBring the Outdoors in with a DIY Indoor Herb GardenMiracle Gro AeroGarden Ultra Indoor Garden with Gourmet Herb Seed Kit

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  • Lit' AHSr. 7 months ago

    what inch was the hole saw bit ?

  • Annette Celia Rosemary 7 months ago

    this is so beautiful!!

  • Jake Bates 7 months ago

    If you glue the saucers onto the bottom their you won't be able to remove the pots out of their holes.

  • Katie Bookser 7 months ago

    Ohh I love it!! This is my ideal color palette too – so clever!

  • DIY Passion 7 months ago

    Oh my goodness! This is beautiful! I'm looking for something like this for our sunroom! Thanks for the share 🙂

  • Making it in the Mountains 7 months ago

    This is absolutely brilliant!!!

  • Colleen Pastoor 7 months ago

    What a clever idea! I always love a good Ikea hack 🙂

  • The Heathered Nest 7 months ago

    LOVE Medina! And adore this planter!!

  • Grillo Designs 7 months ago

    This looks great! Thanks for having me on the site 🙂

  • Cheryl Gaffney 7 months ago

    super cute project. I have an IKEA near by and will definitely be adding this project to my list. IKEA also has inexpensive pots and fake plants so that's a great one-stop-shopping tip. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.