12 DIY Ombre Planters And Pots For An Accent

Everyone who loves gardening or just those of you who have some plants and flowers at home need planters and pots. They can be neutral to match the space and not distract attention from the plants or extra bold and decorative to accent the plant and add interest to the interior. If you feel like going bold and adding splashes of color to the space, get a couple of ombre planters and pots, which will make your space edgy and cool as ombre decor is very popular now. I’ve prepared a whole bunch of DIY ombre planters and pots so that you could choose something and craft, get inspired!

Marble Ombre Planters

Ombre is a bold and edgy trend, which is on right now, and marble is a timeless idea for decorating any space, which adds a refined touch. Pairing them is an amazing idea to create a fantastic and bold look, and the first craft I’m sharing is dedicated to marble ombre pots. These are amazing marble ombre concrete pots with copper ones inside, and they look heavenly! I must admit that I’ve never seen anything that delicate and beautiful and I’m going to craft them myself, too.

DIY marble ombre concrete planters (via www.apartmenttherapy.com)

DIY marble ombre concrete planters (via www.apartmenttherapy.com)

These fun and whimsy pots are marble ombre drip ones, they look as if somebody splashed some paint on them accidentally, and the cool thing is exactly in that uneven and imperfect look. grab some terracotta pots and splash them with touches of green and aqua. Read how to make the planters catchy and unusual and go crafting!

DIY ombre drip flower pots (via madincrafts.com)

DIY ombre drip flower pots (via madincrafts.com)

Ombre Planters

Make these bold ombre planters in any colors that you like and spruce your home for summer! Simple white planters were spruced up with pink and blue spray paint and look very chic and cool, the transition is very soft and stylish. Go for all the colors you like, and such planters with succulents and cacti will be amazing for summer decor.

DIY bright ombre spray painted planters (via thecraftedlife.com)

DIY bright ombre spray painted planters (via thecraftedlife.com)

This planter was dip dyed and looks very soft and gentle, ideal for a neutral interior and to add a subtle natural touch to the space. if you choose similar shades of blue, I recommend to plant something boldly green inside – grass, a succulent, a cactus to contrast the planter itself. You may still go for different shades and looks, read the tutorial to find out how to do that.

DIY dip dyed ombre planter with a texture and a natural feel (via www.hellolidy.com)

DIY dip dyed ombre planter with a texture and a natural feel (via www.hellolidy.com)

Feel like IKEA hacks? Grab some simple IKEA planters and spray paint them to achieve a cool ombre effect. Here the author went for many colorful combos, from yellow to blue, from green to orange and much more, and the transitions aren’t even to make the planters more eye-catching. Get inspired and create a whole arrangement of colorful pots!

DIY ombre spray painted tin planters from IKEA (via www.pmqfortwo.com)

DIY ombre spray painted tin planters from IKEA (via www.pmqfortwo.com)

This tutorial tells how to renovate vintage ceramic planters with patterns, and I think that these patterns added to the final look a lot. The pots show off an ombre look from deep navy to pure white, and darker color on top makes the pot look disappearing in the air, very cool! You may go for any color combos but go for white on one end to make the look more contrasting.



DIY painted navy to white ombre planters with patterns (via lovecreatecelebrate.com)

DIY painted navy to white ombre planters with patterns (via lovecreatecelebrate.com)

These mini planters are painted ombre green, and the tutorial is all about simple painting – nothing hard is here! Bold green shades will add a refreshing touch to your space, and that imperfect painted look makes them cuter. By the way, it’s a great project for kids, they can easily paint the planters themselves.

DIY mini ombre green painted flower pots (via smallstuffcounts.com)

DIY mini ombre green painted flower pots (via smallstuffcounts.com)

The more textural the planter is, the more eye-catching it will look with an ombre effect! This pot was originally with a cool textural look, and the resulting ombre pink planter is very cool and bold – I love it! You may choose any other bright shade of spray paint to highlight the texture, too.

DIY ombre pink textural planter and a plant stand (via artfuldays.io)

DIY ombre pink textural planter and a plant stand (via artfuldays.io)

It’s time for some glam! These bold ombre planters are spruced up with gold glitter and white, they look chic and special, ideal for many interiors, not only for girlish ones. Use as much glitter as you want and create these sparkling pieces with a trendy ombre effect. The tutorial is simple and the whole craft won’t take much time, enjoy!

DIY white to gold glitter ombre planter (via www.artsyfartsymama.com)

DIY white to gold glitter ombre planter (via www.artsyfartsymama.com)

Very simple tin planters or even tin cans can be turned into amazing bold ombre pink planters very easily. All you need is some paints and a paint brush to create a soft ombre look, nothing else is necessary. Read how to craft these planters fast and cool, get inspired.

DIY pink ombre tin can planter (via www.whimmagazine.com)

DIY pink ombre tin can planter (via www.whimmagazine.com)

Get some mason jars and paint them in blue with an ombre effect but this craft is even more special due to the texture the pots got: it’s a wax finish. To wax, just brush it on with a wax brush and wipe and buff with a lint free cloth or cheesecloth. Read more detailed instructions in the tutorial and enjoy crafting this unique piece.

DIY ombre blue succulent planter with a wax finish (via www.myanythingandeverything.com)

DIY ombre blue succulent planter with a wax finish (via www.myanythingandeverything.com)

The last but not least idea for today is a unique idea: a creative crocheted planter for air plants. As you know, air plants don’t require any soil, only water that is sprayed on them, so crocheting a planter is okay, you won’t need any glass or terracotta. And of course, these crocheted planters are ombre ones, if you are familiar with crocheting, go for it!

DIY crocheted ombre air plant pots (via www.whistleandivy.com)

DIY crocheted ombre air plant pots (via www.whistleandivy.com)

 

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