This simple flowerpot features a hand-painted, modern design. I picture it living right at home with a few midcentury pieces.
How fun is this cement planter that resembles an abandoned building? I could see my young sons building an outdoor play city around this planter — too cute!
Double the flower fun with this pair of debossed turquoise pots. For function, skip the flowers and use these twin pots in an office or craft room to corral pens, pencils, rubber bands, paperclips, paintbrushes, etc.
Of course the red is stunning, but the low, wide shape is unique. I'd use it outside on a patio's coffee or side table.
Bold stripes give this little ceramic pot big personality! Use it in a child's bedroom, bathroom or playroom as a colorful accessory.
Turn up the heat with this fire-engine red fiberglass planter. I'd fill it with mostly greenery and let the colorful pot take center stage.
A trio of galvanized steel flowerpots in a saucer sets the stage for a mini herb garden. I'd create a custom label on each with chalkboard paint and white chalk.
Hang these twin bucket planters on a gate, fence or railing to create a floral vignette. I'd make them personal by stenciling house numbers or monograms on them!
Calling all bees! Help the bee population thrive by planting sweet blossoms in this bee-autifully simple planter.
Think outside the pot! Wouldn't these terracotta pots be great for holding forks, spoons and knives at an outdoor buffet?
The saturated colors of this pot make it fun and the curved handles make it easy to move around. Easy on the eyes and practical — I like!
Nothing about this trough-style planter says "pigsty." The linear shape would be great for creating a border arrangement on a patio or deck. Use multiples to maximize the effect.