20 Indoor Plant Pot Ideas: trendy, unique, crazy
"Plant pot fanatic". That's what best describes me right now. Plant pots are interesting objects. They exist for a practical purpose (keep the root system together and feed the plant) but they also accomplish a more noble mission decorating our homes. Writing this article, I gradually developed an addiction to discovering the prettiest, coolest or wackiest plant pots on the web. Here are my findings. Amicalement vôtre.
(Most images are clickable and you will find details below)
20 indoor plant pot ideas: trendy, unique, crazy
Upside down: an outdoor hanging planter by Gloglow
Handmade wooden pot made by All Things Brighton Beautiful
Industrial look: a wooden crate or wooden pallet can be transformed into a home for your plants. An upcycled case of wine would do well too.
Cork : on Mind The Cork (UK)
Sustainable and fair trade : made from recycled paper and waterproof. Visit The Den and Now
Magnetic pots: to stick to a metallic vertical surface or wall (yes, a fridge too)
Levitating pots: yes that's a thing! Genius!
3D-printed vases (best with recycled plastic) by DesignLibero
Geometric : modern and trendy, especially when they're designed by talented Little Deer with pastel colors and marble patterns
Concrete: also quite trendy. Visit MadeIt.
Funky: the handbag with water control : Yula by Lechuza...
Self-watering (with built-in water container): Boskke
Hydroponic: Spacepot, mini herb garden
Rustic pine planter: from waldmade
Smart Kitchen Garden: Click and Grow
Air-filtering pot: Clairy
Glass bottles and jars : trending, especially for cuttings and newly propagated specimens (see Crocus)
Sea shells can make a plant's home (see Crocus)
The special one: the hydroponic wall planter. An eco-concept from industrial designer Florian Wegenast.
Combinations are limitless. what creative plant pot ideas DO you have?
Thanks to all designers, artisans and artists who make these fine pots! There is so much imagination and generosity going into their designs, that's impressive. So many different materials, textures, colors creating unique looks and for all tastes. Hopefully every reader will find some inspiration here!
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