13 Adorable Coffee Mug Planter Ideas For Your Succulents

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Do you have at least one coffee mug planter displayed in your home? If you don’t, then you’re missing out big time! Coffee mug planters are one of the most decorative ways to showcase your plants to everyone.

Here is a roundup of adorable mug planters that will bring charm and enchantment to your garden–from a vintage look to customized design!

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Coffee Mug Planter Ideas Everyone Will Adore

1. Vintage Enamel Mug Planter

 

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This is the perfect coffee mug planters for those who love to put a little whimsy in their garden, indoors and outdoors alike. Enamel mugs will give your space a vintage charm with their chippy, rusty finish.

2. Teacup Planter

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Ceramic teacups are inexpensive ways to display your succulents and other plants. They are very stylish with their playful designs and classic teacup shape.

Most of these teacup planters are handcrafted making them more unique and attractive. You can place them in a plant rack or line them up on your windowsill.

3. Customized Mug Planter

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Put a personal touch to your mug planters and make them more entertaining and fun to look at. Some artsy designs and text like “watch me grow!” will do the trick.

You can customize your planters yourself or buy from the shop and let them customize the mugs for you. It’s your choice but it’s always fun to DIY!

4. Gold Luster Succulent Mug

 

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This gold luster mug is perfect for your succulents and cacti display. Not only does it have a nice tender design, but it is also glossy and has a lovely sheen making it prettier and magical.

5. Oranges with Leaves Porcelain Mug

 

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This beautiful mug by Taylor Sijan is definitely a must-have. Its intricate design is definitely a wonderful artwork that deserves a spot in your indoor succulent garden.

6. Soup Mug Planter

 

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Give your garden a retro vibe with this soup mug planter. It’s a great way to upcycle those vintage mugs you bought from the thrift store into beautiful accents in your garden.

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This is the perfect size for your cactus and succulents; but growing onions, garlic, and some herbs is also a clever idea to complete the look!

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7. Concrete Coffee Mug Planter

 

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Add a raw concrete look to your garden with this cast cement coffee mug planter. This cement planter looks really stylish with its polished finish– excellent for industrial-themed home and garden.

If you run out of gift ideas, this concrete coffee mug planter makes a simple yet unique housewarming gift anyone will surely love.

8. Sugar Skull Mug Planter

 

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If you’re a fan of sugar skull art, then this mug planter hits the spot. Its folk art design will add charm and a picturesque element in your plant display both indoors and outdoors.

You can have this sugar skull mug planter displayed in your room, patio, living room, art studio, and even in your kitchen countertop to jazz them up and make the vibe more engaging.

9. Zinc Cup Planter

 

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Rustic look never goes out of style and you can prove it here with this plain and simple camping cup planter featuring a zinc-plated distressed finish.

Try it with succulents, cacti, and other houseplants like golden pothos, the string of pearls, and spider plants.

10. Branch Mug Planter

 

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This nature-inspired branch mug planter is a quick and fun DIY project you can make for your garden. You only need a thick branch or a dried tree stump, a rope, screws, coconut fiber, chicken wire, and voila!

It’s eco-friendly, charming, and unique all at once! This branch mug planter is also an excellent way to display succulents such as aloe vera and zebra plant.

11. Animal Coffee Mug Planter

 

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Your succulents and other plants will look ten times cuter in animal mug planters! You can create a mini collection of animal planters and make an adorable house display.

There’s a wide selection of animal coffee mug planters from panda, cat, fox, zebra, flamingo, giraffe, owl, and a lot more!

12. Soccer Ceramic Sports Mug Planter

 

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This coffee mug planter idea is perfect when you’re a plant lover and a sports enthusiast at the same time. It will surely take your gardening game to a more fun and exciting level.

13. Monogrammed Mug Planter

 

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Distinguish your favorite plant from everyone else’s with this personalized monogrammed mug planter. Have your initials written in the mug planter so everyone will know who’s the real plant parent.

This will look pretty on a shelf, bedside table, bathroom window, or just any part of your home.

Watch this video by Sarah Jane as she shows us how to make a DIY succulent container garden using a cup or a mug:

We hope you enjoyed this list of decorative coffee mug planters. Add any of these mug planters to your collection and make your garden something to look forward to every day.

Remember, none of these coffee mugs will be an excellent planter unless you drill the bottom part and give them good water drainage.

Which among these coffee mug planters do you fancy the most? Let us know in the comments section below.

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