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Use this to keep valuable counterspace clear, while adding greenery to your kitchen. Air plants are also very low maintenance but offer a lot of personality — bonus.
A combination of hydroponics and intensive energy-efficient lighting, IndoorGarden's Herb:ie 46 offers apartment dwellers the gift of a garden. This compact container comes in black, white, red or green, and would be just right in a kitchen or on a fire escape.
I immediately put this dotted beauty on my wish list. I love it when planters have funny, whimsical twists like this one does.
I love the pastel purple of this terracotta pot. It's a beautiful way to bring bright colors onto the patio or front porch long before the first blossoms of spring reveal themselves.
A great twist on the plain planter is this vertical indoor garden. These are small and designed to mount to your wall at an angle. A fair amount of them would create an extra spectacular effect.
I saw this planter and thought it would be a such a fun planter to put in a child's room - perhaps to get them excited about caring for plants. If plants aren't your thing, use it as a storage container to brighten up a desktop. It adds a ton of fun and color. Plus, it's hand made by artisans in...
I'm digging this Himmeli mobile ornament. It is perfect for post-holiday season use as an airplant holder.
The little star on this pot is subtle, but it's still a lovely reminder that everything we know is made of stardust.
I like the vintage feel to this planter and the idea that you can provide different height and depth to you plants indoors.
Two of these chic faux boxwood topiaries would be ideal on either side of a door way or fireplace hearth. I love the idea of adding greenery to my home with out the worry of allergies (or my tendency to kill all house plants).
When you don't have space for an herb garden but are just dying to pluck leaves off the sill and cook with them, this is a brilliant space-saving, fresh-eating idea.
The little ladybugs on this planter really make the design. It's a fun, colorful way to present plants and bring a little bit of the outdoors in - without having bugs flying around!
This cachepot is so gorgeous you may not want to fill it with dirt; I imagine it next to my sink with my dish soap and a nice wood handled scrubber sponge in it, but that's just me. What will you use it for?
This pot is so interesting to me because it's made from rice hulls. This means it's eco-friendly and is naturally biodegradable. The rice hulls give it a natural feel and a different texture that makes it different but blends with your plants.
This planter, in the shape of a beehive, is a really interesting piece. It allows you to do something different with your plants. I like the unique shape combined with the pewter finish. I think it looks really great.
I always find myself putting back potted succulents at the market, because I can never find cute planters to put them in. Enter this two-tone indoor planter from West Elm. I'm loving the various sizes, too.
Stained glass is a perfect example of colorblocking, but usually it connotes Victorian houses and European churches. However, stained glass can feel modern — as demonstrated in this mini air plant holder.
This pot has a different feel to it with the papyrus leaf print. I like that the inside of the pot is glazed to match the lighter leaves on the outside of the pot. They're also advertised as drip proof - good stuff.
These reclaimed cedar planters are handmade in Washington and have a beautiful simplicity about them. Make your gift complete by adding a trio of succulents from a local nursery.
I have always wanted a little geometric planter to hang somewhere in my house, and if I had a sunroom full of windows, I'd consider something like this.
I love the funky shape and the bright colors of this planter. It's great to mix up colors and shapes and I definitely don't have one like these.
This is one of my favorite pieces from Astier de Villate because of its simplicity and perfect details.
At first this horse head is only that, but on closer inspection you realize that it is also a wall mounted planter. If you're going for the Midas look, than this piece is for you.
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What a clever presentation for herbs. This stand would look great out on your kitchen counter and is totally functional. The scissors are right there so you can clip as you cook. I often blow off the fresh herbs because I have to a. find my scissors and b. walk out to my herb garden. Wow, that made...
Every space needs something growing, and what better place to grow that something than this stunning copper patina planter?
You don't have to limit your planting to the ground. If you want to add some more greenery but are running low on space, look up! These pretty planters would be ideal to add some life to a covered patio or veranda.
Spring is coming and you can get a head start with hand-crafted, faux forsythia branches. Use these alone of mix them in with other faux greenery for a bigger impact.
The daylight is staying with us longer and longer...a sure sign spring is on its way. This cute terra cotta bunny planter is the perfect way to celebrate the return of warm weather and pretty gardens. He is especially designed to gradually become covered in moss as he plays outdoors this spring...
Hang a few air plants to bring some natural elements indoors. I love the midcentury feel of this brass hanging planter.
These planters are new and totally funky. I feel like it's almost making a fashion statement. I love the way the zippers on the sides can stay up or tease by unzipping part way for shoots to pop out.
I'm a huge fan of things that I can use year-round; this planter is a perfect example. I'll keep it on my shelf, then move it to my Halloween display. Gorgeous.
This pot has the inverted-snowman look and pockets on the sides for plants to grow. It's such a fun way for plants to grow.
This little pot, made from burlap-wrapped metal, measures just 6 inches tall – perfect for a tiny sapling like the rosemary “trees” at Trader Joe’s.
I like this planter because it's so different. I don't often see pieces in this shape or with this hand-thrown look to it. Rather than make it more traditional, the doily imprint actually gives it a fun, eclectic vibe.
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