Alisa Duran
Alisa Duran
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  • Santa Teresa, NM
Asked on Mar 21, 2018

How can I make a diy indoor plant shelf that fits in a small apart

Janey B.Nancy TurnerDmo7794662


5 answers
  • Alberta Coulter
    on Mar 21, 2018

    Use a pair of old bifold doors or shutters, closed to a 45 degree angle. Add triangular shelves where there is solid wood to attach them. Look on pinterest.
  • Chubby58
    on Mar 21, 2018

    Try finding a 4 or 5 wooden step ladder. Paint it, you might have to put a little larger piece of wood on the steps , or long pieces of wood using the steps as your holder.
  • Dmo7794662
    on Mar 21, 2018

    Instead of a shelf that takes floor space try hanging them from the wall on plant bracket. You can find them on Amazon or at big box stores inexpensive. Then for the diy part paint a plain pot to match your decor
  • Nancy Turner
    on Mar 21, 2018

    You could build one using plywood for the length you need and start with a lower shelf that will be the one that sticks out the furthest and go up the number of shelves you want making sure that you can still fit a pot and saucer on it. You can use bricks or anything to hold up the shelves, making sure that you have each shelf supported well to hold the weight of the plants.
  • Janey B.
    on Mar 21, 2018

    If you aren’t set on making it, you can get something that fits your space at a reuzit store and paint it to fit your color scheme Repurposing old funiture or fixtures turns out so good most times.
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