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  • Habitat for Humanity Tucson

    A great way to repurpose that old chair and add character to your garden! The Oshkosh ReStore has chairs like this is stock all the time! #Outdoor #Garden #Chair #Planter #Plants #DIY #Repurpose #HabitatOshkosh #OshkoshReStore

  • The Front Porch

    Chair planter .LOVE could get an old chair from Goodwill, paint it a bright color and plant it in the garden!

  • Lifestyle Bandit

    Holy crap! Do love this chair. #gardenideas Might be good for indoors too! #upcycle

  • Charla Burt

    Repurpose an old chair by turning it into a flower pot. Paint it a bright fun color and make it a centerpiece of your garden! Or put it on the front porch to show off your flowers.

  • Riëtte Swart

    Old chair with flowerpot

  • Kimberly Comalli

    This chair planter is a colorful and creative garden idea! Got to make a chair flower pot holder.

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