22 Perfect IKEA Hacks for your Plants

Create pretty places for your plants with these amazing IKEA hacks!  Your house plants deserve the best, and these hacks will make sure your plants are displayed and kept lovingly and stylishly!

 

IKEA hacks take anything IKEA and turn it into something better and different.  Hacks for your plants are no exception.  

If you want to display your house plants stylishly and lovingly, these 22 perfect IKEA house plant hacks are just want you need.

These hacks are for all your different plants, both indoors and out.  Display and keep your succulents, indoor plants, outdoor plants and more.

Don’t just buy any old meh planter or pot for your plants. Hack an IKEA product and make something more unique and amazing to display your plants.

 

 

Succulent Table Hack

 

This amazing succulent table is made from the popular IKEA Lack table.  The center has been removed, and a whole succulent garden planted there! You can see the hack right here.

 

Lantern into Hanging Planter

 

The IKEA Toppig candle lantern makes an amazing hanging planter for your home!  It has been spray painted to make it even more special.  You can see the hack here.

 

Cork Trivet Hanging Planter

Those incredibly useful IKEA Heat cork trivets also come in very handy for creating hanging planters for your plants! This is a really easy DIY, you can see it here.

 

Hanging Basket Planters

IKEA sells this great trio of wicker baskets, that are perfect for all your (small) storage needs.  But those wicker baskets can also be used as great planters for your plants.  You can see the hack right here.

 

Bekvam Step Stool Plant Holder

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The IKEA Bekvam step stool is such a versatile little step stool!  You can give it a touch of paint to turn it into a beautiful decorative plant stand (you can also leave it natural for a great Scandi look!).

Related: IKEA Bekvam Step Stool Hacks

 

Strawberry Planter

Those plastic bag holders that IKEA sells can very easily be turned into something completely different! This hack takes one of those and turns it into an amazing strawberry planter for your home!  You can see the DIY here.

Acadia Wood Plant Stand

This gorgeous Mid Century style plant stand was created using an IKEA plant stand, with wooden plates added.  It makes such a beautiful and stylish plant stand. You can see the DIY right here.

Related: IKEA Mid Century Modern Hacks for your Home

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Colorful Herb Garden

This beautiful colorful herb garden uses the IKEA Socker plant stand and pots.  The pots have been painted in beautiful colors to make this such an outstanding piece for your home, and your plants!  See the hack right here.

Related: IKEA Colorful Hacks for your Home

 

Modern Indoor Planter

By painting this IKEA planter you can turn it into a wonderful modern planter for your home.  You can see the complete DIY hack here.

 

Window Herb Garden

This beautiful and stylish window herb garden is made using the IKEA Fintorp system. It makes a wonderful place to grow and store your favorite herbs. See it right here.

 

Raskog Succulent Planter

The IKEA Raskog cart is good for so many uses.  You can also use it as a great place to keep and display all your succulents!  You can see it right here.

Related: 15 Great uses for the IKEA Raskog Cart

 

Simple Wooden Planter

Look no further than an IKEA bathroom storage box for this pretty and useful succulent planter!  The wood is so pretty and so minimal that it makes the perfect planter for your home. You can see the DIY here.

Stool to Planter Shelf

The IKEA Frosta stool has been turned into an amazing wall planter in this easy and simple, yet amazing, hack. You can see the DIY tutorial here.

 

Stainless Steel Hanging Bowl Planter

This incredibly easy hack takes an IKEA Blanda stainless steel bowl, and turns it into a beautiful hanging bowl planter.  You can see the easy and fast hack right here.

 

Plant Box from IKEA Desk Piece

This hack uses an Oddvald trestle, and turns it into an amazing standing planter.  It is very inexpensive to make, yet looks amazing and expensive! See the DIY tutorial right here.

Modern Vertical IKEA Hack

This pretty vertical planter is perfect for your outdoor patio, or balcony.  By just painting a piece you can really create something quite amazing. You can see the DIY hack here.

Decorative Plant Pots

By just decorating IKEA plant pots with a sharpie you can really create something different and amazing looking. You can see painted pot ideas here.

Glass Cabinet Planter

Many people are turning IKEA glass cabinets into plant cabinets. This is a pretty and amazing way to store and display all your house plants!  You can see some ideas right here.

Shelf Bracket Hanging Planter

This great planter hack just uses an IKEA shelf bracket.  It creates a beautiful modern looking planter for your home. You can see the DIY instructions right here.

Terranium Lanterns

 

IKEA lanterns make perfect indoor terraniums. This hack shows you how to turn a basic IKEA lantern into a marvelous terranium planter.

 

Ceiling Lamp Modern Planter

A ceiling lamp from IKEA can be turned into an amazing modern looking planter for your patio, garden or balcony.  You can see the complete DIY hack here.

 

Cutting Board Hanging Shelf

This hanging shelf, that is made from an IKEA cutting board, makes an ideal hanging planter for your home! You can see the DIY tutorial right here.

 

Create beautiful places to display and keep your plants, both indoors and out, with these pretty and perfect IKEA hacks.

Your plants deserve to be stored perfectly and prettily! All these hacks should give you great ideas for your plants.

Next time you in your IKEA store take a look around and see what products could easily be used for planters and plant storage!

 

 

Create pretty places for your plants with these amazing IKEA hacks!  Your house plants deserve the best, and these hacks will make sure your plants are displayed and kept lovingly and stylishly!

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