Genius IKEA Plant Stand Hacks {to keep your houseplants happy}

If you are obsessed with houseplants and need some fresh ideas for hanging what you have (to make room on the floor) or adding some cute plant stands, you’re in the right plave!

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These DIY IKEA houseplant hacks will make your houseplants happier in no time!

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Let’s dive in to the best IKEA plant stand hacks:

Bamboo IKEA Box Planter Hack

The IKEA Variera box can be hacked into a simple and stylish plant box or herb garden! All you need is some wood glue, stain and wooden dowels.

You’ll need:

  • IKEA Variera box
  • Wood glue
  • Wood stain
  • Dowels
  • Drill

This would look so cute in the kitchen with some fresh herbs.

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IKEA Cutting Board into a Beautiful Hanging Planter

The Fascinera cutting board makes a great base for a hanging planter.

You’ll need:

With a few drilled holes and an easy macrame knot, you can have an expensive looking hanging planter for cheap!

IKEA Hack | Turn the fascinera cutting board into a hanging shelf
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IKEA Ivar Shelf Plant Hack

Turn an IKEA Ivar shelf into a magical plant haven that will add natural beauty to your home!

You’ll need:

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DIY Midcentury IKEA Planter

Aren’t these cute? They take a few more supplies but hey, the results speak for themselves.

You’ll need:

  • 3.5-inch & 8-inch tapered legs
  • 3 angle plates per stand
  • Painter’s tape
  • IKEA planters
  • 6″ wooden plaque per stand
  • Wood stain in American Walnut finish
  • Foam brush
  • Gold spray paint for the feet
  • Drill & drill bit
  • Spray paint (optional for the planter color)
  • Wood glue or large screw (optional only if you want to adhere the planters to the stand)
  • Optional: white sand
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DIY IKEA Table Runner Plant Hack

Using an IKEA table runner, you can recreate these adorable plant “baskets” to add a pop of color to your favorite plant shelf.

You’ll need:

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Kastanjenot IKEA Planter

Transform this IKEA basket into something a tiny bit more interesting with only a few items.

You’ll need:

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IKEA Blanda Blank Bowl Planter

Don’t you love the prices at IKEA? You can get the Blanda bowl for 12$ and with a coat of paint and some chains have a gorgeous hanging planter in your home.

You’ll need

hanging planter made out of a stainless steel bowl
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DIY Acacia Wood Plant Stand

If you grab a few of IKEA’s PS plant stands and some beautiful wood plates, it won’t take long to have these planters in your very own home.

You’ll need:

  • Ikea PS plant stand
  • 3 Acacia wood plates
  • Super glue or E6000 glue
  • Optional: 8 flat socket cap screws, 8 connecting cap nuts and clamps
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DIY Totem Planter IKEA Hack

These look insanely good and no one will believe you made them yourself! Release some creativity and get to work on these Totem planters.

You’ll need:

  • 2 x 365+ bowls 9cm diameter, $2.99 for 2 from IKEA
  • 2 x 365+ bowls 16cm diameter, $2.99 each from IKEA
  • Acrylic craft paint in red, yellow, dusty pink, white and black
  • Flat paint brush(es)
  • Porcelain glue
  • Waterproof sealant, for example waterproof Mod Podge or a matte spray varnish
  • Plastic paint palette, a plastic lid or a plate

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DIY ceramic lookalike totem planter and Ikea hack via We Are Scout
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IKEA Frosta Stool into Plant Shelves

Though this does require some sawing, it’s worth it! This is such a clever way to repurpose a 14$ stool into something amazing!

You’ll need:

  • IKEA Frosta stool
  • Drill and hole saw kit
  • liquid nail glue
  • Jigsaw or circular saw
  • furniture self-adhesive covers
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Hanging Planters with IKEA Plants

You’ll need:

  • Asker containers (they two sizes, choose the one you like, although the bigger size fits larger plants)
  • Any plant that fits into a small pot
  • Thrift store leather belts in varying colors
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IKEA Window Herb Garden

Have you ever dreamed of having a window herb garden? Well, now you can! IKEA to the rescue again.

You’ll need:

  • Ore shower curtain rod
  • Fintorp cutlery caddy
  • Bygel S hook
  • Small herb plants
  • Spray paint
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DIY Lanter Terrarium

You can make this DIY terrarium in such a short amount of time. Most of these materials could be at the dollar store (other than the lantern.)

You’ll need:

  • IKEA BORBY lantern
  • Adhesive sealant (waterproof)
  • Fern and/or other small shade-dwelling plants
  • Live moss
  • Potting soil
  • 8 inch square of screen
  • Pea gravel
  • Spray bottle or mister
  • Charcoal for decoration (optional)
Ikea Hack: #DIY Lantern Terrarium on Thou Swell
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IKEA Lantern to Hanging Planter

Turn a Toppig IKEA lantern into a really cute hanging planter.

You’ll need:

  • TOPPIG lantern
  • Spray paint
  • Copper wire
  • Fine grit sanding block
  • Painters tape
  • Flat head screwdriver
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DIY Hanging Basket Planters

Hanging these basket planters in any room adds so much natural beauty- soft wood color from the baskets and vibrant nature from the greenery.

You’ll need:

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DIY IKEA Ombre Planter

This is truly an easy DIY. Using black paint, foam brushes and some paper towel, you can recreate this ombre planter in no time.

You’ll need:

IKEA Hack: Transform an IKEA planter into a DIY ombre planter full of industrial charm.
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IKEA Hanging Planter Basket Set Hack

The bright colors of the plants and cord mixed with the neutral basket are a really nice mix. You can make this trio of hanging basket planters too.

You’ll need:

  • IKEA Fryken basket set
  • Acrylic craft paint
  • Foam paint brush
  • 10′ of parachute cord
  • Scissors
  • Embroidery needle
  • 4″ piece of thin wire
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IKEA Tradig as a Planter

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IKEA Lack Table to Succulent Garden

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Tripod Succulent Planter

Justina Blakeney's Easy Tripod Succulent Planter Ikea Hack
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IKEA Succulent Planter Box

If you want a quick and easy succulent planter for yourself or for a gift, this is the way to go. The IKEA Dragan boxes are perfect!

You’ll need:

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