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Pot plant shelving stand

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This attractive Pine timber stand has shelves to display plants or ornaments at various heights. 





The project 


This was a fun little build, and not hard to do. You can try it for yourself. 




I used 30mm x 30mm DAR Pine for the frame, and standard DAR Pine boards for the shelves, which are screwed from the back.



For the join at the top centre, the back timber goes straight across in one piece. The short centre timber is pocket-hole screwed from underneath. But you can just use a screw from the back and then a screw going directly down on the centre timber. I also used glue to make sure it will last a while.


More project inspiration


LePallet's tower of plants will remind Workshop members of resident D.I.Y. expert EricL's step-by-step guide to building a cat tower.


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Those who want to keep their plants in more low-rise accommodation can check out joineryjo's stylish timber plant stands, which inspired Bunnings Workshop member JoeAzza to put together the  step-by-step guide How to build a planter stand with a full list of tools and materials required.  




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