Our Favorite Pots and Planters for Every Budget
Perk up your patio and indoor space no matter your budget with these stylish planters and pots.
Calling all plant people! If you're lucky enough to have a green thumb, and your home and yard are filled with an abundance of plants, don't you think it's only right to show them off in something beautiful? We're sharing our favorite pots and planters listed in order from lowest to highest price.
Baskets are possibly the trendiest way to display your plants and for good reason. Whether you hang them or set them on the ground, basket planters instantly add warmth and texture to your space. They work with any style and will turn a small houseplant into a show-stopping statement.
Show off your green thumb with a few of these sweet but simple barrel pots. The ridged design is inspired by vintage dolly tubs. The planters come in three sizes and four fresh hues. The pots are handcrafted using fiber concrete which we love because it's frost-resistant and lightweight.
You know that wall you just can't figure out what to do with? Have you thought of adding plants? Wall-mounted planters allow you to add not only greenery but also an architectural accent without changing the structure of your home. Sounds like a win to us.
If you love the look of outdoor basket planters but hate inevitably tossing them after every season, these are for you. These cement baskets are woven to withstand time and the elements. Each planter is fashioned from rock-solid cement for durability and features the richly-woven texture and permanent slouch reminiscent of rattan baskets.
Achieve that effortless, lived-in look for your front stoop with a few of these beautiful barnacle shoulder pots. Each planter is handmade from frost-resistant earthenware and features an antique finish that promises to evolve with time to yield a one-of-a-kind pot.
Who doesn't love a fresh take on classic designs? This marble planter. It boasts the traditional tapered silhouette but adds a punch of modern flair with its swirling stone material. Snag a pair to add some fresh flowers and contemporary style to your patio design.
Black-and-white accents will never steer you wrong, and this black planter design is no exception. The terra-cotta pot is kiln-fired then individually cold painted in black, creating a modern display for your favorite indoor botanicals. Pair it with the white planter for an eye-catching contrast.
You really can't go wrong with this classic color combination when sprucing up a traditional or transitional outdoor space. Go ahead and add to your treasured blue-and-white ceramic collection by snagging one of these Chinoiserie planters in every size. Use the pretty porcelain pots to showcase your prized lemon tree or miniature boxwood.
Minimalist, modern and bold — these rectangular galvanized planters are everything your grandmother's planters are not. Use the matte-black, galvanized-steel planters to draw attention to your doorstep or to create dramatic flair in your backyard.
This sleek set of planters is a must-buy for anyone who wants to make a stylish statement on their front stoop or back porch. The tall, smoky-gray design is made from a lightweight resin that will maintain a fresh look for many years to come. Snag a set to flank your contemporary or modern front door with lush greenery or fragrant blooms.
Let your love for all things midcentury modern spill into your design with this color-blocked planter. The stylish planter is made from sturdy stoneware and sits on an iron stand. Plus, it comes in four color combinations and five different sizes.
Your neighbors will think that this urn planter is an heirloom antique. Don't worry, though, your secret is safe with us. This stoneware planter boasts a traditional shape inspired by dreamy Provencal gardens. The textured pots are perfect for white blooms and promise to infuse your garden patio with Old World charm.
These sleek, circular planters are sure to steal the show at your next outdoor event. The spherical design feels fresh and unexpected without appearing too trendy. Snag a few to frame your contemporary patio or to add some vibrant posies alongside your pool.
Plant stands are like magic. For some reason, elevating your plants on a decorative little stand makes all the difference in the world for your decor. The one drawback is that this takes up floor space. These tiny plant stands allow for both tabletop and floor displays thanks to the walnut holder's dual-use design.