Chicken Feeder Planter

6:02:00 AM

My experience with chicken feeders is zero at best
but a couple of years ago I ordered one online.

I was a little disappointed when it came but I 
made the best of it by trying a few options...

chicken feeder planter

Recently I painted it white and stained the back board...
but I was still not thrilled....

Then not knowing what to do with it next... 
I gave it to my very talented daughter for her apartment.

chicken feeder planter

And wouldn't you know it, she knew just what to do with it.

She cut a board to the size she needed then
attached the chicken feeder to the center of the board. 

Then using hexagon tiles, 
she tiled all around the chicken feeder, 
cutting smaller tiles as needed.

chicken feeder planter

chicken feeder planter

When the tiling and grouting was finished,
Kasey added trim molding to the edges to finish the piece.

Now that chicken feeder is downright gorgeous and has 
a place on the wall in her living room holding 
ivy that will trail down the sides.

chicken feeder planter

Who knew a chicken feeder could look so good!

Please visit Kasey at Lillahouse 
for more information on how to build your own 

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  1. What a beautiful planter!! I like the clean white tiles background, it goes great with the rustic chicken feeder!!

    1. Thanks so much Heather, she did a beautiful job!

  2. I would say that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree! Very creative!

    1. Thanks so much Lanie! She is even more artistic than me :)

  3. Beautiful... like mother like daughter! :)



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