If you’re looking for a beautiful way to hang your plants, an old chandelier might come in handy.
You can simply repaint the chandelier with the colour of your choice, fix small pots at the end of each arm and hang them in your outdoor area.
DISPLAY PLANTS IN YOUR WINDOW: By hanging planters on a metal rod, Triflora makes it easy to water and display plants in your window, without taking up sill space.
Some people choose to replace pots and upcycle more unused items such as teacups. You can add other items such as a birdhouse (if you plan to hang it outdoors) or candles (just make sure the plants won’t catch fire!).
What are the materials needed to create a DIY Chandelier Planter?
Be creative and use whatever material you think would go well with your chandelier planter. Take a look at the examples featured below for more inspiration! 🙂
- Old/Used Chandelier
- Terra Cotta Pots and Saucers or Plastic Pots (same quantity as the “arms” of the chandelier)
- Spray Paint
- Waterproof Glue
- Plumber’s Epoxy Putty
- Flowers / Plants
- Moisture Control Potting Mix
- S Hook
- Protective Mask
- Wire Cutters
- Garden Trowel
How to create a DIY chandelier planter?
1. Remove the candle holders.
2. Remove all electrical wirings.
3. Glue all pots’ saucers using epoxy to the chandelier.
4. Paint the chandelier and the saucers and let them dry.
5. Now you can add your plants and enjoy this design!
Thanks to DIY Show Off for this great project. You can get the full step-by-step instructions here…
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