Recycled Wood Planter Box

Gather together a bunch of scrap wood and tell me what you want me to make with it.  Chances are I can come up with something.  That’s what our friend Stephanie did.  She really wanted a planter box for the garden she was starting so she handed over a bunch of scraps….trim molding, pallet scraps, misc whatever wood and told me to go for it.  Here are the results:

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sunny king - March 1, 2012 - 8:32 pm

I love the planter boxes on your blog. I was wondering what your experience is with the longevity of planting in the boxes? I have designed some custom boxes for a client, and I am debating just making them and useing pots inside.

dezandseth - March 2, 2012 - 7:42 am

We build them HOPING for the longest life span possible. Of course, that can vary depending on the age/quality of the materials used. As long as they look good for a while, we’re happy :)

Tried&Twisted - March 14, 2013 - 3:53 pm

Wow! I’m love how you used the trim molding. It adds such a cool texture to the box.
Sara

memawsfavorites - March 24, 2013 - 2:08 pm

I have LOTS of scrap wood from building our deck & want to make some planter boxes with it… I love this box & am defiantly going to make a few of this pattern to put on the deck & 1 or 2 for the front flowerbed! Thanks for sharing!

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