Set against wood siding, the Lattice Cedar Window Box is radiant with natural charm. Its dimensional crisscross pattern dances over the front face of the planter, painted here to match our customer Simmie's facade. Matching window boxes to siding is a great way to keep displays looking cohesive while giving botanicals the chance to take center stage. In this example, the Cedar Window Box serves as a natural extension of the home exterior, thereby achieving an effortless, classic feel.
For lower maintenance container gardening, this flower box is made of naturally rot-resistant northern white cedar that is able to be potted directly. Here, the gardener chose a varying color palette made up of petunia, verbena and orange portulaca - vibrant from every angle.
Love the latticework look but thinking about a wood alternative instead? Then you'll want to see our Lattice Premier Window Boxes online made of virtually maintenance-free composite PVC. They replicate the look of painted wood without ever needing to be resurfaced.