Medina shows us how to IKEA hack a pair of cute plant shelves from the ever popular FROSTA stool. One stool yields two shelves. Materials for DIY plant shelves 1 x IKEA FROSTA stool Drill and hole saw kit Liquid Nails adhesive Jigsaw or circular saw Furniture self-adhesive covers Steps: All you need to do is to cut the FROSTA seat into two. Then make a hole in the center to fit your pot. It should be large enough to fit but not too big that it’ll slip out. Next cut the FROSTA legs and attach them to the semi-circles. These become your shelf brackets. Lastly, secure the shelves to the wall with suitable fixings. See full tutorial here. ~ by Medina Grillo You loved Medina’s plant shelves? Then you’ll love these 4 fabulous plant pot ideas: #1 For parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme. Easy steps to make your very own window herb garden. #2 Dream catcher and hanging planter. This intricate planter uses the HEAT cork trivet. Get a great looking hanging planter for dollars. See Also DIY worm farm for $20: Stackable bins for small spaces #3 LACK table plant centerpiece. Take advantage of the hollow of the LACK table to display your favourite cacti. #4 Plant for a little privacy. Board up the SOCKER plant stand for added privacy.