I’ve had a piece of corrugated steel laying around for a while now. It was originally used in my son’s bedroom for him to hang things on with magnets but he outgrew that style and so we’ve had it lying around being unused.
My wife asked me if we could make it into something. She had the good idea of upcycling the corrugated steel into a planter box by building some kind of wooden frame and matching it up with the steel. How will we make that? Well that’s up to me, so I hopped on Sketch-up to start making some plans.
The planter box doesn’t need to be super deep for our needs because we’re only going to use it as a planter for flowers, nothing with deep roots. If you’re interested in some other styles of planters I’ve made check out this one! Once I decided on the direction of the grooves, figuring out how to layout the planter was easy.
Stay tuned for my next update on the corrugated steel planter box!