Do you own an air plant? They are interesting for sure. If you do have one or are planning to get one, how about building a wooden air plant holder. At the link you can download the free patterns and follow the step-by-step instructions to make your own.
This dowel rod plant stand was built using 1 1/4 inch dowel rods and 15 inch round pine boards. Easy right! At the link they bought the round boards but you could just as easy make your own. Follow along and see just how easy it is to build.
All you need to build a folding plant stand is one sheet of plywood. Actually less than a sheet. Build one and you will be able to store it over the winter in the garage. Follow the free instructions at the link.
Get your plants organized in a sunny location by building an indoor plant stand. This could be painted or stained to fir in with your decor. Follow along at the link and see it being built.
This plant holder is perfect for your outdoor patio table or even your dining table. Thats how versatile a piece like this is. Easy to build too!! Follow the free woodworking instructions at the link and you will have a fancy table center piece of your own.
Follow along at the link and build a few of these handsome carved hexagon planters with stands. An easy scrap wood project you can complete in an afternoon.
This space saving side table has a square shape and will fit almost anywhere. The X design of the cross supports adds a little more interest. Perfect for your beverage to rest or as a plant stand. Free plans available at the link.
Build a modern A-frame plant stand using the complete step-by-step free woodworking plans at the link. It includes a materials list, tools list and cut list as well as instructions.
Build a tiered plant stand using these free woodworking plans. It should be a quick and easy project using readily available lumber.
Build a beautiful plant stand using the free woodworking instructions available at the link.