How to Make a Planter Wall
Time Required: 2-4 hours
A planter wall is a fresh and striking way to showcase your plant collection. Instead of shopping around for the perfect frame, create your own for a personalized touch that complements your unique style. This hanging wall can be painted or stained to match a specific color scheme, or leave the materials in their natural state for a more rustic-looking texture. See below for instructions on how to make a floating planter wall.
- Cut the 2- x 8-inch x 8-foot lumber to the following lengths: (2) at 64-inches and (2) at 35-inches.
- Cut the 5/8- x 5-1/2-inch x 6-foot wood fence pickets into the following pieces: (11) at 38-inches.
- Mark two rows ¾-inch in from each edge of the two (64-inch) 2- x 8- x 64-inch lumber pieces as follows: 4-inch / 12-inch / 20-inch / 28-inch / 36-inch / 44-inch / 52-inch / 60-inch
- Drill holes with a ¼-inch drill bit at marks 1-inch deep
Tip: (tape drill bit at 1-inch to ensure you don’t drill too far).
- Mark two rows ¾-inch in from edge of the two (35-inch) 2- x 8- x 35-inch lumber pieces as follows: 8-inch / 16-inch / 24-inch / 32-inch (from bottom to top)
- Drill holes with a ¼-inch drill bit at marks 1-inch deep.
Tip: (tape drill bit at 1-inch to ensure you don’t drill too far).*Tip: (tape drill bit at 1-inch to ensure you don’t drill too far).
- Lay the assembled unit down on ground and insert the steel rod into the holes.
- Line up left side 2- x 8- x 35-inch insert rod into holes – screw and glue to the bottom.
- Line up top piece and insert rod into holes – screw and glue.