Indoor Greenhouse

Introduction: Indoor Greenhouse

Me and my brother in law wanted to make a small indoor greenhouse.

U can chose youre own dimension for the height, widht and depth.

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Step 1: Things U Need

for this u need:3 L-shape alumminium profiles, 6 plexiglas squares 4 wooden pilars with a shape like the picture and 10self drilling screws. Tools: Dril+drillbits, pencil, silicone, tape(some tape for on the plexy for easy measering and make lines on the plexi),...

Step 2: Making the Base

do silicone in all slots except one side so you can do this open and close(see last pic).

Step 3: Adding the Baseplate

Take the baseplate and dril in every corner a hole the size of the self-drilling screws( i used a drill 3.5mm). Then place the baseplate on the base u made in step 2 and screw it on it.

Step 4: Putting on the L-profiles

Add the L-profiles on the top wit self-drilling screws. But do not forget to leave place for the upper plexiglass plate because i need to slide in it.

Step 5: The Top Plexiglass Plate

Draw on the top plexiglass plate a pattern so so there can be a little oxygen in.

Step 6: Finish It With Some Plants :)

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    4 Discussions

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    PowellMade
    PowellMade

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Looks great!! can't wait to see it full of big plants. How are they going?

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    seamster
    seamster

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Hey, this turned out looking pretty cool! Have you added plants to it yet?

    If you had any photos of it full of plants, those would be fun to see (they would make great photos to include in the introduction, too!)