Today I’m sharing 9 DIY Greenhouse Decor Ideas. This is a look at all the projects and how the greenhouse/she shed looks after one year. The space has been filled with DIY projects and vintage treasures to create a cozy she shed/garden shed feel.
It’s hard to believe the Greenhouse has been finished for over a year. 2020 was all about projects in and around the greenhouse. This year it is still a work in progress.
In addition, I’m joining some of my favorite Greenhouse owners, who are sharing their Summer Greenhouse & Garden Tours. If you are joining me from the amazing Azure Farm, isn’t Annette’s tour wonderful?
If you are new to my blog, welcome! I’m a wanna-be gardener, and I’m working hard to catch up with my talented friends here! My husband and I built our greenhouse last spring with some Google help. It was the biggest DIY challenge we have ever attempted, and I still can’t believe we did it.
We live at the end of a long dirt road overlooking three ponds and pastures filled with cattle. I’m so glad you stopped by, and I hope you’ll join me on all our downsizing, thrifting, DIY, decorating & gardening adventures.
Welcome to the Greenhouse – How to Build a DIY Greenhouse Blog Post here.
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DIY Greenhouse Garden Ideas
Welcome to the DIY Greenhouse Garden Tour!
The entrance to the greenhouse is on the side, which leaves the front porch open for me to decorate seasonally. You may notice that field stones were used as steps and foundation for the greenhouse. These were gathered from our surrounding pastures.
Today, the front porch holds a DIY Terra Cotta Pot Wreath I shared earlier this spring.
The sweet concrete angel is from a recent Thrifting With The Gals adventure, and the bistro table is a perfect spot to enjoy the view.
A vintage wheelbarrow, rescued from my dad’s old trash pile, will soon overflow with these recently planted geraniums & petunias. I divided and saved my geraniums from last summer. They survived the winter, and I have several free containers to spread around the property this summer.
Vintage and DIY Decor
The center of the greenhouse is filled with an 8-foot-long table, another rescued piece from my dad’s old shop. The solar-powered chandelier is a repurposed thrift store find, and you can see the before and after on How to Repurpose a Chandelier!
The table is draped with a vintage quilt from my family! It’s very old and fragile, so I like to use it while I can. You may remember the copper boiler pot was a surprise from my husband after a recent thrifting trip.
I have so many ideas for the copper pot, but today, it holds two gorgeous hydrangeas that I hope to add to my garden soon.
This corner is filled with vintage and thrift store finds. The desk and chair are from The French Farmer’s Wife – Spring Barn Sale last year. The ironstone wall planter is a lucky purchase from GoodWill. However, this cute chandelier FREE from the Habitat for Humanity Restore was the best deal.
The rustic planter is one of the two I snagged last year at Spade & Broom, a local weekend-only vintage shop.
DiY Projects to fill the DIY Greenhouse or She Shed
We repurposed items for the greenhouse decor as soon as construction was completed on the DIY Greenhouse. I’m sharing several previously published tutorials below. If you missed the original post, click the highlighted links for all the details.
My very favorite piece is an IKEA Hack, which is now a great DIY Faux Apothecary Cabinet. I wanted the greenhouse to serve as a she-shed, and a garden shed. The added decor gives it the cozy atmosphere I wanted.
Next, we built the Easy DIY Potting Table, using windows and porch posts that were not needed for the greenhouse.
Above the potting table, you can see an Easy Rustic Ladder we made to hang baskets and plants from. Below the table, you will spot the other end of the porch posts. They are now cute, rustic birdhouses. Please take a look at how we made them here.
In addition, I also made a gardening apron using a tea towel and ticking fabric. It’s perfect for holding the garden tools as I attempt to keep my garden in order.
The greenhouse was constructed using eight sets of reclaimed glass french doors. They all open outward to allow a good cross breeze inside the greenhouse. In addition, it allows for a great view of the flower beds and birdbath.
I look forward to sharing more with you as the beds fill in.
The view from the other side of the greenhouse includes both vegetable and flower beds. The rescued iron bed and porch railings are perfect for climbing flowers and plants. See Cheap & Easy Raised Garden Beds tutorial here. In addition, we quickly threw together a Reclaimed Wood Garden Obelisk, last week, to keep the tomatoes off the ground. I have several little tomatoes and squash. I can’t wait for the fresh veggies to come in.
For more garden shed inspiration, see Dreaming of A Greenhouse Garden Shed.
Oops, that’s actually 10 DIY projects, but who’s counting?
I hope you are enjoying the tour so far. Next is Jen from The Flowering Farmhouse, and I know you will enjoy her tour. Below are links to all the other ladies joining me today, and you can click on the highlighted names to continue the tour.