Now a days, trend of wooden planters is on peak due to being moveable to any position and location in home. The tiny residences which cannot afford a garden place can make such a DIY pallet barrel planter to have that lovely green natures touch. The idea has been systematized in well synchronization with two rustic styles of wood, one the pallet wood, which we love all and other is the vintage tun or cask.
To shape up a nice overview and appearance, go with measures to enjoy a start to end perfection in work, going with configured measurements and values is also a great tip to save time and strength and also the wood at the same time. We have achieved many of stunning and well-built DIY pallet planters and DIY pallet vertical gardens inspirations but this one is the unique one in its kind. The triple bunk and chevron pallet additions make it a higher center of attention and precious one to get you visually attractive.
This handcrafted piece of art will be best fitted to the patio and terrace for charming view. We have an old barrel which we have turned into the well behaving planter to display of flowers and other refreshing one plant creatures you will like to cultivate.
To make a trip bunk pattern out of it measure it with string to have each bunk and tier at equal distance according to previous one. Divide the diameter of the barrel opening into three equal part of the strings to have a triple ledged and bunk pattern to have a lovely handcrafted gift for garden.
Use the circular saw for clean and sharp cutting according to the mark. Use pencil or chalk to mark the configured measurement for curtail and nice cuts with electrical saw. Cut along the bounded metallic hoops and repeat the same cutting criteria to have a triple bunk pattern.
This is what we want to find out of the cask, the lovely gradation of wooden rustic barrel. The arched cut shape of at each bunk have been enclosed with planks, stripped from pallet skid. When we made this charming planter layout, it increased our lust to get some more appreciating beyond this bunk, so we again made use of pallet wood.
These chevron addition to planter have been given with pallet wood by making the angled cut at the end of the little slats. Make the cut precised and sharp to get a perfect joint in chevron style. After meeting the both end meet together we have nails each to lasting grip. Get it painted if your desire otherwise fill it up with potting soil and enjoy the rustic shade view, which we love all most of the time.
Each handcrafted section of this DIY pallet barrel planter has different kind of flowers, some succulents have also been grown at the bottom bunk to make a perfect view of garden’s appreciated green natures. Chevron edging scheme have made it doubled in grace and coolness. There are a lot more cozy inspirations to get your garden and patio spiced up with handcrafted and DIY pallet projects, so stay connected!