This house number planter box makes the perfect addition to any front porch. Start by staining poplar wood a dark walnut color and seal it well with a water based, satin finish polyurethane. Holes are drilled into the bottom of the planter box section to provide proper drainage for your plants.
Add an element of surprise to your porch or exterior entry with a DIY planter box dressed with integrated house numbers. To coordinate this planter with the rest of the fall decor, it is painted an eye-catching cranberry tone.
A metal trough-style planter compliments the gray tones in the begonia and reindeer moss. If you aren’t sure your container is waterproof, line it with a heavy piece of plastic and add a base layer of rocks to help with drainage, advises floral designer Angela Darrah.
Bring an industrial look to your garden by potting plants in ammo boxes. In this particular creation, Ryan Benoit and Chantal Aida Gordon of The Horticult suspended two rows of ammo box planters from chains.
For this penthouse balcony space, Caneo Design took an ultra stylish approach creating custom built planter boxes for the plants and vegetables as well as installing merbau decking for a sense of tranquility and privacy.
Rearrange your living wall with these magnetic planter boxes from Urbio. How it works: You purchase as many magnetic blocks as you'd like, then stick on durable polypropylene planters equipped with magnets strong enough to hold everything from succulents to leafy ferns. Once you've set up your blocks, you can move the planters to your heart's content.
Instead of laying the terrace with identical stone pavers, the landscape architects opted to use pieces with different patterns -- and so they transformed the floor into a focal point. Meanwhile, two weatherproof sofas, chairs and box planters overflowing with flowers create a stylish sitting area that overlooks the garden.