Turn an old cabinet door and bread pan into a farmhouse style indoor kitchen herb garden
and drying rack.
PLUS a Roundup of Repurposed DIY Planter Ideas
I don’t have an outdoor herb garden, other than some mint that has spread all over the side of my house, but I keep several pots on my kitchen window sill.
I wanted to find a way to get them off the window sill to make cleaning it easier, and so was born my new hanging kitchen herb garden.
It’s hard to believe it started out as this beat-up old cabinet door.
But a little paint and an old bread pan was all that was needed to turn it into a kitchen herb planter.
I invited some of my blogging friends to share their favorite repuposed and upcycled planter projects, and I was blown away by their creativity.
Cabinet Door Herb Garden
And 15+ Creative Repurposed Planter Projects
This little Hanging Tea Cup Planter is a beautiful way to use a tea cup handed down from a mother or grandmother and is very simple to make.
These Impatiens in an Upcycled Basket have the farmhouse look I love so much.
These Flowers in Milk Bottles are so adorable.
I recently made this Repurposed Coffee Pot Succulent Terrarium as a gift to my coffee-loving daughter.
This Mason Jar Flower Caddy would make the most beautiful table centerpiece for weddings, reunions, and even picnics. What a beauty!
I’m not much of a tea drinker, but I’d take these Pansies in Tea Cup Planters any day!
These Fabric Decoupaged Pots are a great way to dress up plain flower pots and customize them for your decor.
If you’ve visited my blog for any length of time, you know how much I love tin cans. But one project I’ve never made with them are Rope Covered Tin Can Planters. I’m adding them to my to-do list!
Is it a wreath, or a planter? This Mini Clay Pots Succulent Wreath is both and is so cute and creative!
I showed you two tea cup planters, but let’s not forget you can also make a Tea Pot Planter that looks so elegant.
A few years ago, I made this Repurposed Chair Flower Planter. I’d love to make another one for my porch this year.
I think this little Succulent in a Mason Jar is just the most adorable thing!
It’s incredibly simple and is perfect for a small and inexpensive gift.
These Flowers in a Shoe would be the perfect project for wedding shoes that you paid a fortune for and don’t know what to do with now!
And how fun is this Miniature Garden Terrarium in a Trifle Bowl that even has tiny figurines in it!
Just head out to your yard for the supplies to make a pretty Twig Pot Succulent Planter.
This Repurposed Book Planter is a beautiful way to give a worn out book a happy ending. 🙂
I’d love to hear what you think of my new kitchen herb garden and the rest of the repurposed planter ideas I shared today.
Please let me know in the comments below!
Vaya con Dios,