15 Trendy DIY Geometric Planters You Can Easily Make

geometric wall planters

geometric wall planters (via apieceofrainbow)

Geometric designs are getting more and more popular, and a couple of such furniture pieces and decorations will make your home super trendy. I’ve rounded up the easiest and the most necessary decorations that every home may need – planters! Geometric planters and pots are an awesome idea for anyone, they are easy to make, even if you don’t have any crafting skills. Clay or concrete is the easiest idea to achieve an interesting shape; you can choose various sizes and looks. Another way to get a trendy look is to paint the existing planters using some geo patterns – squares, triangles, rectangles and so on. You can also make a geo planter hanger of some tubes or wire. Read the tutorials below and find the best idea for your home!

gold painted geo planters (via shelterness)

gold painted geo planters (via shelterness)

patterned geometric cement planter (via thecraftedlife)

patterned geometric cement planter (via thecraftedlife)

magnetic geometric clay planters (via shelterness)

magnetic geometric clay planters (via shelterness)

geometric planter hanger (via homemadeginger)

geometric planter hanger (via homemadeginger)

geometric dip bowl planters (via desertdomicile)

geometric dip bowl planters (via desertdomicile)

cardboard geo planter (via domesticslice)

cardboard geo planter (via domesticslice)

concrete geo planters (via shelterness)

concrete geo planters (via shelterness)

painted concrete planters (via thediydiary)

painted concrete planters (via thediydiary)

painted geo planters (via hankandhunt)

painted geo planters (via hankandhunt)

silver leaf planter (via https:)

silver leaf planter (via https:)

geo painted basket (via makeandtell)

geo painted basket (via makeandtell)

geometric clay pot (via deliacreates)

geometric clay pot (via deliacreates)

metal tubing planter hanger (via shelterness)

metal tubing planter hanger (via shelterness)

geo clay pot (via cladandcloth)

geo clay pot (via cladandcloth)

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