I’m teaming up with Kreg to share a tutorial for this DIY plant shelf!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Kreg. All opinions are my own.
For this project, I used 2×2 boards and 1×2 boards, and attached everything using my Kreg Jig 520PRO. I love this pocket hole jig because it’s portable and extremely easy to use.
Pocket hole joinery is such a great way to get started in woodworking, and even if you’ve been building for a while it’s a quick and easy way to join wood for furniture builds. I love all of the Kreg products I’ve used but the 520PRO has quickly become my favorite jig for projects.
While I have a very difficult time keeping plants alive, I do love them. And I wanted a pretty place to display all of them with the hopes that maybe it would inspire me to take better care of them. (One can hope, right??)
You could easily modify the dimensions of this shelving unit, or even add more shelves if you want to. I stained it with a Provincial colored stain and sealed it with a water-based spar urethane. (Tip: I used a cotton cloth to stain but used a sponge brush to stain between the slats.)
Head over to the Kreg site for the full written tutorial and build plans here!