INDOOR-OUTDOOR DECORATIVE METAL CHAIR PLANTER BY VALERIE
Do you live in an outdoor area but don’t want to deal with the maintenance and cleaning? Then a metal chair planter is perfect for you! With just a little bit of creativity and a few supplies, you can make your metal chair planter. Plus, it looks great any time of year. This easy-to-follow guide will show you how to make your very own metal chair planter.
GET STARTED WITH YOUR METAL CHAIR PLANTER.
The first step is to find a metal chair planter. You can find many different metal chairs, but the best option for your needs is a hardwood chair. A hardwood chair is durable and will last for many years. You’ll also want to consider the size of your metal chair planter. The smaller the planter, the easier it will be to store. The larger the planter, the more space you’ll need for your plants.
When you’re ready to start building your metal chair planter, begin by tracing the outline of a hardwood chair onto one of your metal arms. Next, use a wood glue gun to attach the two pieces of metal. Once everything has dried, you can paint your metal chair planter whatever color you want! Just make sure that your metal is bright enough so that it stands out against other furniture in your home.
DECORATE YOUR METAL CHAIR PLANTER
Various plants will look great in a metal chair planter, and you don’t even have to go out of your way to find them. Just search for common plants in outdoor areas and put them in your metal chair planter. If you want to show your metal chair planter off to the best of its abilities, you might want to decorate it with your favorite plants.
USE YOUR METAL CHAIR PLANTER.
If you want to use your metal chair planter to plant plants, you first need to prepare the ground. You can use a garden spade or a shovel to break up the ground and make a trench. Then, you can use a rake and shovel to move the dirt around so that the plants can get a good foothold. Next, fill the trench with water and place the metal chair planter on it. Place another layer of soil on the metal chair planter and cover everything with plastic wrap. Keep the plastic wrap in place until it’s time to plant your plants.
ENJOY YOUR METAL CHAIR PLANTER.
The best part about this project? It’s not complicated at all! All you need is a metal chair, some screws, and some paint. After that, it’s just a matter of following the steps in this guide to get your metal chair planter up and running.