Looking for some unique container garden ideas for your porch or patio? Or maybe you just need a quick and easy flower arrangement for your summer party? Check out these gorgeous and unique planter ideas and flower arrangements that will have your outdoor areas looking beautiful this summer!
These unique container ideas are so great for your porch or patio! If flowers and plants make you happy, cute containers will make you even happier! 🙂 Give some of these ideas a try this summer! Please click the blue/gray links to be taken to the source with all the DIY and sourcing information. Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
1. DREW BARRYMORE’S FLOWER HOME LINE BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
Please go and check out all of Drew Barrymore’s Flower Line available at Walmart. This gorgeous centerpiece is being housed in a waste basket! It was the perfect container for my Chic Boho Outdoor Table Setting. You can find all of the sourcing for this entire table setting over on the blog! (Even that cute tassel rug!)
2. BASKETS FOR PLANTERS BY SANCTUARY HOME DECOR
The entire garden wall by Sanctuary Home Decor is gorgeous! I especially love the idea of using big baskets as planters. If you don’t want to damage the baskets with watering, consider using resin planters with a basket-weave look.
3. FAVORITE DECOR AS A PLANTER BY LOLLY JANE
Looking for ways to use unexpected objects as planters brings whimsy to your decor! I love how Loly Jane has used a vintage truck as a planter!
4. CHANDELIER GARDEN PLANTER IDEA BY SIMPLE NATURE DECOR BLOG
Using vintage light fixtures on the porch is a great way to create a cozy setting. Creating a chandelier planter from the fixture is a fun idea that will have your guests smiling!
5. BEST TIP FOR FILLING LARGE OUTDOOR PLANTERS BY SO MUCH BETTER WITH AGE
If you can’t tell just by looking at this picture, these planters are enormous! Filling them up completely with dirt would make them way too heavy to move and expensive to fill. Jamie gives us a great tip for filling large outdoor planters! Click the link above to find out her tip!
6. REFINISHING OLD FLOWER POTS BY THE NAVAGE PATCH
Give old pots a new look this year with some paint and personalization! I love how The Navage Patch created a cohesive look by painting and embellishing their old pots. Full tutorial on their blog!
7. DIY FLOWER TOWER BY SIMPLY DESIGNING
Learn how to create this gorgeous cascading tower of flowers! What a beautiful focal point for any porch or patio!
8. BACK PORCH PLANTERS BY THISTLEWOOD FARMS
Karianne keeps a tight color palette with her planters and furniture, and this really allows her plants to shine! Keeping the planters neutral is always a great idea when using colorful plants.
9. BIRDCAGE PLANTER BY MAKING IT IN THE MOUNTAINS
Don’t be scared to toss in some faux! This bird cage planter filled with faux succulents is perfect for anyone who wants to use faux plants. This idea is great idea for cooler seasons, or even for areas that are prone to droughts.
Real succulents can also be used! I created this DIY Succulent House Planter using real succulents. Click the link for the tutorial!
10. PAINTED POTS BY RAIN ON A TIN ROOF
Many plants come in boring black containers. Why not customize them to fit your own decor? Click on over to read the full tutorial on how these beautiful planters were made!
11. AGED TERRACOTTA POTS BY SATORI DESIGN FOR LIVING
Inexpensive terracotta planters can be given an aged look with this creative tutorial!
12. FRENCH MARKET BAG CENTERPIECE BY SO MUCH BETTER WITH AGE
Need a quick centerpiece idea? Place your container of flowers directly inside a straw market bag! This no fuss look is perfect for casual summer dinners!
13. HERRINGBONE VASE BY SPARKLE LIVING BLOG
Learn how to create a painted herringbone pattern on your ceramic pots with this easy to follow tutorial!
14. FAUX CONCRETE PLANTER BY LOLLY JANE
These planters look exactly like concrete! Go see how these were created!
15. DIY MASON JAR PLANTER BY NORTH COUNTRY NEST
These planters are perfect for cooler climates that require plants to be indoors for longer periods of time. Once the weather warms up, you can hang the entire planter on your porch.
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