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Picking an indoor planter isn’t that different from picking an outdoor planter. You want something that works with your home’s decor, and you want something that just looks great — since a plant inherently stands out against most home’s plush interiors. The main difference between indoor planters and outdoor planters lies in the focus of functionality. While an indoor planter doesn’t need to wear as well as an outdoor planter does, good drainage is absolutely vital. A pot that drips, seeps out water, or doesn’t have an adequate water tray can quickly ruin a hardwood floor or end table. Even worse is a hanging planter that doesn’t hold water quite right — a little over-watering can quickly turn into a huge mess. Make sure the planters you purchase will actually drain (otherwise your plants may suffocate. Also check that they have a catch tray or some other way to prevent the extra water from spilling out. More
Hanging gardens bring life to a room (every room should have something living in it) and are fantastic conversation starters in the modern abode. Hang these beautiful fern gardens with traditional colorful glass ornaments in an entryway or in front of a window.
Terrariums are full of wonder. Like little worlds of their own, they are an excellent way to study life.
I am constantly cleaning water off my floor after watering plants. This planter has industrial looking metal trays to protect your floors inside and can be moved outside in the warmer months because the wood has been treated - don't worry - it's eco-friendly and non-toxic.
A-Frame Plant Stand Set
These lanterns have a wonderful variety of weaving that actually look best together. Grouped together on a side or dinner table outside, they would provide all the light you need for an outdoor summer dinner party.
This mini living wall planter is a great way to use wall space in a tight area. The company is based in the UK, but they ship internationally. So if this is what you've been looking for, shoot them an email and they're able to accommodate.
Indoor/Outdoor Living Wall Planters
A square of reclaimed barn wood and yarn support an organic air plant. What a unique way to display air plants — just sit the whole thing on a shelf.
I really love the cool serenity of these Iris planters from West Elm. They remind me of eggshells. I think they would look lovely with a little Blue Fescue.
Moroccan cement tile is becoming more and more popular for its unique color saturation and interesting geometry. This new brand of cement tile draws on traditional production methods but offers a modern selection of designs and geometries. Good for indoor or outdoor use.
Not sure if your hostess has a green thumb? This terrarium kit is perfect for anyone with no gardening skills. The kit includes a lovely orb, easy-to-care-for succulents and stones, as well as design and care instructions. I think even I could become a master gardener!
Turn any shelf into a terrarium display with this glass and wood combo. Using live objects in a display is a great way to achieve an organic look.
With its handmade appearance and casual, nonchalant vibe, this pot would warm up any spot you'd like to enliven with a plant or two.
Potted plants need a lot of water, and in the summertime its nice to have a little help with the task. This self-watering terra-cotta pot would up the cool factor of my apartment, even if it didn't actually lower the temperature.
This wooden planter would make a beautiful centerpiece, especially on an outdoor dining table. I love the ash-gray color of the reclaimed wood.
I can never manage to keep flowering plants blooming, but even a plain green plant would look pretty and colorful in one of these lovely little vessels.
Air Plant Pods
Yes, apartment dwellers can still enjoy some plants at home! Create a mini indoor garden with this affordable greenhouse. It's a great way to add some color and life to a minimalist sideboard.
I love the aged patina on the lids of these terrarium jars. Although they are intended for plants, I would find a million other uses for them: like holding bath salts in the bathroom or grains and other dry goods in the kitchen.
Tin Cap Terrarium
I have always been fearful of house plants simply because they tend to remind me of nursing homes or hospitals-not a pleasant thought. Regardless, this mirrored planter box is a very slick iteration of the interior living wall trend that has taken over the homes of progressive yuppies over the past...
Miroir en Herbe Window Box
Am I suggesting you store fruit in your baby's room? No, I'm suggesting you think out of the box! For a cool and unique look, use wall-mounted planters to store baby items. Buy them in different sizes to create a tapered effect (like the one pictured), or buy a bunch of the same size and get...
If you do miss seeing some green around the house, these potted wheat grass plants are just right. They're healthy, easy and provide a beautiful shock of color.
Potted Wheat Grass
Tiered white and leather tillandsia holders — be still my beating heart. These beauties would be a great addition to all of the white and wood pieces in my home.
I'm a sucker for vertical gardens. Why hang artwork when you can have a part of nature on your wall?
Revolution Design House presents a special edition Boxcar planter made from solid Walnut. Nest the three planters together along a window sill or as a table top center-piece.
Boxcar Planter series
I've heard of these but never actually seen them. These little eggs come with prepared soil and seed so you can crack them open and grow them. I can't help but think Salvador Dali with his egg fixation would wholeheartedly approve of this method of germination.
The Hen + Chick growing kit comes with succulents to grow in the pots. I love these kinds of items with a humorous twist.
Hen + Chicks Succulents
The Polywal Planter. A refined ceramic design by Amanda Klassen. Arranged in multiples along a modern wall setting, this planter adds a charming organic element when planted with attractive botanical bits.
This is another great self-watering pot. You can use them indoors or outdoors, but I prefer to use them indoors to get the full benefit of the drip free system. Though, if water dripping on your patio or balcony is a problem for you outdoors as well, these are a great choice.
Diamante Self Watering Pot
Wow! I love the choice of succulents in this picture. I've never seen a wall hanging quite like this one, and it would be a great statement piece. I imagine a trio of these hanging on a gray wall.
Living Wall Planter Comes...
Crafted from Stonecast, known for its light weight and durability in all types of weather. Mold- and mildew-resistant construction. Features an optional drain hole. Our Nautilus Planter provides all the character and detail of the natural shell, without the fragility.. . .