Reclaimed in style: an instant and inexpensive garden bed. Spotted on the blog of Harvest Textiles, a Melbourne-based screen printing studio and workshop, the garden beds were built by graphic designer Lily Daley and silversmith Lucy Hearn of Peaches and Keen. The two designed the backyard with sustainability in mind: they only sourced objects already collected and began starter plants from donated succulent cuttings. See the below sources to help you recreate your own DIY version.
Above: Three garden beds at different heights all on wheels for easy movement and watering. Photograph by Emma Byrnes for Harvest Workroom.
Above: For a quick option, source a classic wooden crate like this 12-inch-high Unfinished Wood Crate from Creative Merchandising Systems; contact for pricing and availability.
Above: Attach wheels for mobility; the 2 Inch Steel Wheel Swivel Caster is $3.98 from Home Depot.
If you’re looking to make other outdoor planters or accessories, explore more do-it-yourself gardening projects on Gardenista.