12 Amazing Indoor Containers

From modern to woodsy and from the wall to the table, these planters surround your leaves with style.

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Moss Rocks!

Make moss the star of your table or bookshelf with Moss Rocks!, which come with Dicranum moss already in place. Just give them a little water and some indirect light. $14.99; thegrommet.com

Log and Squirrel Self-Watering Pot

Okay, now this is adorable. When you put water in the branch of this planter, the squirrel pops up. When he hides, it's time to water. $29.95; gardeners.com

Alapocas Bowl

Made of sustainable concrete, the Alapocas Bowl is much lighter than it looks. It has a drainage hole and coco fiber insert and includes felt padding to keep surfaces from being scratched. $35; nativecast.com

Cast Wood Planter

The gorgeous wood look and feel of the Cast Wood Planter by NativeCast has an earthy, natural style. $65; nativecast.com

Boskke Sky Planter

Things are looking up! The Boskke Sky Planter from The Grommet can be mounted on the ceiling or the wall. The reservoir system waters the roots and a disc locks everything in place. $75; thegrommet.com

Chromo Self-Watering Planter

This supermodel planter does a lot more than stand there and look pretty: the reservoir regulates air and water in the soil. $100; lightandladder.com

Hex Cup

Light + Ladder's site suggests using their gray Hex Cup as a "teacup, shot glass or table planter." $40; lightandladder.com

Hive Planter

When it comes to Light + Ladder's Hive planters, one is good but more is better. Great for the wall or tabletop, the porcelain nests even come with an airplant. $36 each; lightandladder.com

Lewes Planter

Cast from a section of an Australian Tree Fern, the Lewes Planter is small and vertical, making it perfect for small subjects like cacti and succulents. $30; nativecast.com

Plant Bondage

Created by Farrah Sit and Taylor Patterson, two designers who love the land and live in the city, Plant Bondage suspends the plant in the air with a porcelain dish below to soak the roots. $500-$950; lightandladder.com

Spora Planters

Asparagus ferns look right at home with this set of three Spora planters from Light + Ladder that hang from a twisted cotton rope. $120; lightandladder.com

Yield Planter Box

Made in the San Francisco Bay area, the Yield Planter Box is made of raw birch plywood and stained to give it a natural, weathered look. $39.99; uncovet.com

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