It may seem strange to some that when it comes to exterior or interior design, the inconspicuous plant stand is made into a theme. The fact is that plant stands, even if they are completely improvised, can have a big impact on the overall design. However, you should know that a flower stand comes into its own much better when you use it as such. What does that mean? This means that a plant stand can have almost no effect without the accompanying plants. If you have already exposed your plants, you can start with the actual balcony, garden or terrace design. You have no or too few plants?! Well then go! Drive quickly to the garden center and let your eyes choose the best flowers and plants for themselves.
Plant stands can be aesthetic, nostalgic and above all very useful
It’s really fun once you start creating
Rustic and sturdy considerations for the yard, balcony or garden
Plant stands in modern interior design
Many of us might describe the flower stand as something old-fashioned and even totally forgotten, and we would even agree with these people wholeheartedly. But if you look at the stand as a pure function and imagine what you can do with it in terms of design, opinions change quickly. The task of a flower stand is to serve as a base for flower pots with herbs or flowers. The important and maybe the only special feature of a plant stand is that it can be varied with heavy flower pots and blooming splendor. You can arrange your plants in a cascade, sometimes in stages. Corner shelves can also be used as flower stands and the green indoor plants can also be used as a design element. You can get unusual and cheap plant stands at the flea market. But if you can’t find a single plant stand that meets your needs, don’t worry and let our pictures inspire you.
Steps, stairs, shelves – do not judge too quickly if something looks old-fashioned at first glance
Contrasts can be used to make some things appear very exciting
Even more upcycling ideas that even replace the plant stand
We would almost say that plant stands are a catch-all term for anything that can be used as a ‘step’ for your plants. If you want to design with real plants, you need depths and heights, which of course do not exist in the flat space. You can decide for yourself how exactly you want to classify your plants, but one thing you should bear in mind: the flower pots are heavy, and so is the soil in them. And when you water your flowers, the weight increases all the more. For this reason, use solid materials such as metal or wood so that there are no nasty surprises.
Window frames, doors or old fences can be a great addition to your garden design
The dark corners are often overlooked or simply undervalued
Even if you find the flower stand unattractive, you can always paint and decorate certain parts or the entire plant stand with a trend color. You are guaranteed to be amazed at how such an object can positively change your living space. It turns out you’ve saved space and your flowers are doing much better too.
All natural elements are considered modern
A flower trolley made of brass or cast iron is not only antique, but also very useful in spring
And of course you can use herbs in the kitchen – you should always have them hanging in the kitchen ready to pick
Vinyl is hard to dispose of, but the flower stand made of good material will never let you down
The plant stand may seem boring, but it brings a real dynamic into the interior or exterior design
If you can’t get a flower stand, wooden stumps of different heights will help
With a flower stand you save space and the plants are better off