Guest Picks: Planters and 20 Uncommonly Attractive Pots
I am a huge fan of nature (well, that isn’t?) , so I crave that the freshness and vibrancy of leafy plants within my home. I also love imagination and style, however, so I want the coolest pots and planters with an unconventional look. Listed below are 20 that I’d really like to fill with greenery within my house. — Eleni in My Paradissi
Living Wall Art – $49
These cork-mounted flowers mimic a garden in a subtle and simple way.
Translucent Drop Terrarium – EUR 1,398
A leather strap gives this teardrop-shaped terrarium a touch of rustic design.
‘Agrestis’ Ceramic & Glass Terrarium by Pagan Pottery – $45
This spiky ceramic planter with its recycled glass dome is so cute. I really like the shape and that it’s handmade and contains recycled materials.
Cast Wood Planter, Small – $50
It looks like distressed wood, but this planter is actually made from lightweight and eco friendly concrete. Sounds cool, right?
Self-Watering Planter – $50
This self-watering planter is excellent for people who often kill plants. Just pour some water at its heart, and the absorbent terra-cotta is going to keep the plants hydrated.
Glass Terrariums – $59
These delicate terrariums are made from handblown glass, which makes them exceptional and very striking.
Mason Jar Wall Planter by Chateau Gerard – $49
I can clearly envision growing my blossoms in such hanging jar pots.
Olive & Cocoa
Succulent Frog – $48
How fun is this low-maintenance frog succulent planter?
Eggling Crack ‘n’ Grow – $11
These porcelain eggs are such a fantastic idea! Just break the shell and await your little plant to sprout.
Wally One Indoor+Outdoor Living Wall – $39
I am a sucker for vertical gardens. Why hang artwork when you can have part of nature on your wall?
Three-Ring Mountable Planter – $25
These small, galvanized hanging pots can add the natural world to the tiniest of rooms.
Color-Blocked City Planter – $205
If you are a lover of industrial design, contemporary lines and straight-cut forms, this wall planter is just for you.
Owen & Fred
Moss Desktop Plant – $70
This is the simplest terrarium to look after. Actually, the only thing you need to do is water it every two weeks and respect it.
Chalkboard Wall Planter – $139.95
A vertical backyard on a chalkboard? I love this idea, and I’d be pleased to place it in my own kitchen.
Plantini Miniature Hothouse – GBP 24.95
This mini metallic Plantini garden can be assembled and admired in the home. It is so whimsical!
Window Box Vases – $39
This wooden box makes a fantastic decoration for your window sill. Just plant whatever you want in the little glass jars and watch them grow.
Glass House Terrarium – $49
This terrarium looks like a miniature glass home, and pardon my subjectivity, but it’s my favorite thing on the list.
Eklektisch Blumenkübel & -töpfe – EUR 75
Tristan Zimmermann made this mini urban park scene from porcelain, and the plant serves as the background. It is such a cool idea.
Ceramic Modular Planter – $28
These modular planters can take any creation you like, which means that you can have a different design for every day.
Planter Bookends – $58
I really like multipurpose products. This cork planter is intended to function as a bookend too.
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