Williams-Sonoma Inspired DIY Planter


A Williams-Sonoma reclaimed wood planter was my inspiration for this DIY planter. It's a simple build and the end result is a rustic, timeless look.
I started with old fence wood. It seemed perfect for this project.
Next, I built two walls @16x16.
Next, the third and fourth wall made a box. I pre-drilled my holes because I didn’t want the wood to split. I also used exterior screws to avoid rust.
After I built the box, I gave it a good sanding.
You can leave the bottom open or add a couple of boards like I did. Or you can close the bottom entirely.
I didn’t stain the planter, however, I applied polyurethane in clear satin.
Pretty easy, right?

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