I was at World Market this past weekend and I couldn’t help but fall in love with their expansive selection of concrete planters. They were super affordable, so I got a few for my indoor plants. But I got to thinking, why not purchase a few big concrete planters for my shrubs outside, too? So that’s exactly what I did. I just love how modern and serene it makes my landscaping. Here are a few of my favorite concrete planters and a tutorial to make your own.
Where To Buy Concrete Planters
Due to their sheer popularity, you can find a pretty set of cement planters at just about any kind of home store. But, just because you can get them practically everywhere, doesn’t mean that you should. They’re more expensive in some places rather than others. Here’s where I recommend that you purchase your concrete planters:
World Market is one of my favorite places to shop for items like planters purely because of the kind of selection that they have. What’s better is that everything is pretty affordable, too. Use this link to browse their selection. As for the concrete planters in my own home, I picked these ones out from World Market. They were pretty affordable, too! Such a cool modern planter idea.
Target ALWAYS has a terrific variety of indoor and outdoor planters, so no matter the kind of landscape that you’re doing, they’ll have just the thing to create your dreamy modern space. I really enjoy these ones because of the fun texture. They even have neat hanging baskets for your porch. I just love the look of cement planters!
Looking for large cement planters for your outdoor plants? Look no further, Amazon has you completely covered! I like this modern set of concrete planters because they have a variety of shapes and sizes. Browse the entire collection of modern concrete planters on Amazon here.
DIY Modern Concrete Planters
Purchasing planters can be expensive, especially when you have several different plants to house. If you want to save some money without sacrificing the look of these modern planters, you can easily DIY them, instead. To create, you’ll need plastic containers that act as your “mold,” concrete mix, and a few other items found around the house. Find the full tutorial here.