These rustic garden wagons ideas will inspire you to add a great look to your garden or backyard.
If your style is rustic or country, you may decide you’d like a few statement pieces to add to your garden. Regardless of whether your garden is large or small, you’re sure to find a great statement piece in the form of a rustic wagon.
Repurpose an antique wagon originally used for travel or farm work, or build a new one to get the same look. If you have a smaller yard, building a smaller model is a fantastic way to get the country look.
We hope you’ll be inspired to purchase or build a wagon for your garden today!
1. Remains of a Covered Wagon
The rustic remains of a covered wagon with intact wheels. The two supporting beams of the wagon hold up a pair of rustic barrels filled to the brim with lots of greenery and little pastel pink flowers. Below the wagon is a pile of straw, and the whole scene is beside a lovely, full tree.
2. Distressed Little Red Wagon
This vintage wagon is sure to have pulled some small children around in the past, but now it has a second life as a large, maneuverable planter for a variety of rusty-red succulents. Just be sure to bring this planter in during a rainstorm so your succulents don’t drown!
3. Light Wooden Wagon
This wagon might not be old, but it’s been built with exquisite attention to detail, including working wheels and an attached yoke. While this smaller wagon would never be used for travel, it does do quite well holding a variety of daisies and lavender in decorative planter pots.
4. Long Wagon Filled with Marigolds
This lengthy wagon looks like a hybrid of a traditional wagon and a trough for feeding livestock. The wagon is parked in a large meadow, with an animal shelter and fence in the background. The wagon is filled with a variety of yellow and orange marigolds, which are immensely fragrant.
5. Miniature Wagon with Poinsettias
This small wagon was handmade and distressed to appear old and weathered. The miniature wagon is filled with potted poinsettias and other greenery, making it a festive choice for the winter holidays.
6. Skeletal Wagon With Geraniums
This lengthy wagon is missing most of the sides, but you can still see the ribs of the construction. The bed of the wagon is completely filled with bold red geraniums and a few magenta geranium blooms as well. The flowers brighten up this skeletal wagon.
7. Wide Wagon on Overgrown Platform
A massive antique wagon mounted on a wooden platform and supported by concrete.
8. Two-Wheeled Wagon With Teal Planter
9. Wagon with Attached Yoke
10. Wagon Filled With Perennials
11. Rustic Wagon Hidden In Tall Plants
12. Miniature Painted Wagon
13. Oak Wagon With Hanging Baskets
14. Metal and Wood Wagon
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