Cute Indoor Plant Pots
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Awesome Plant Pots We Can't Wait to Add to Our Collection

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 Cute Indoor Plant Pots
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Do your houseplants still live in the same cheap plastic pots they had when you first brought them home? That’s almost as tacky as leaving the price tag on the clothes you wear. From trendy terrazzo and wood to timeless ceramic and terracotta, these pots and planters will complement any room in your home — and give your favorite indoor plants some room to grow.


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Opalhouse Stoneware Family Planter
Target

Opalhouse Stoneware Family Planter

$8 and up from Target

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These whimsical planters are available in three sizes and three color schemes. The hollow base has room for roots to spread plus a drainage hole to prevent overwatering. Perfect for a spider plant or your favorite cactus, these planters also make great desktop storage for pens, pencils, scissors, and other must-haves. 


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Llama Head Planter
West Elm

Llama Head Planter

$15 from West Elm

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Picture this cute ceramic plant pot peeking out from a bookshelf, windowsill, or side table, a creeping succulent like sedum spilling its green tendrils over the edge. 


Emuna Kaya Face Pot
Jungalow

Emuna Kaya Face Pot

$79 from Jungalow

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Justina Blakeney turned her design blog and love of houseplants into an online shop selling eclectic home decor and, you guessed it, live plants and planters. Plop a sturdy snake plant in this sunny ceramic planter, which is one of three boho-chic designs available. Note: There is no drainage hole in the base.


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Samverka Plant Pot
Ikea

Samverka Plant Pot

$4 from Ikea

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Just because a planter is inexpensive doesn’t mean it has to look cheap. Case in point, this plant pot, with its light, lacy pattern of leaves and birds wrapping around the lip. You won’t want to plant directly in this metal pot; instead, use it to disguise a plain plastic or terracotta pot.


Ceramic Face Planter (Set of 2)
Etsy

Ceramic Face Planter (Set of 2)

$43 from Etsy

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The Picasso-esque design on these stoneware planters will lend a touch of midcentury flair to any room … not to mention perk up any houseplant. Nice to know: There’s a drainage hole in the bases of these 6- and 7-inch pots.

Dipped Clay Pot + Stand
Anthropologie

Dipped Clay Pot + Stand

$58 from Anthropologie

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There’s nothing worse than watering a plant and then watching as the runoff spills everywhere. Unless it’s this painted terracotta planter we’re talking about, with its clever funnel-like design and stand designed to make drainage look delightful.


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Concrete Whale Planter
Etsy

Concrete Whale Planter

$11 from Etsy (plus shipping)

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Sweet on succulents? This pint-sized planter is sure to make a splash on a windowsill or small shelf, and it’s just the right size for succulents, cacti, or other small houseplants.


Project 62 Oval Indoor/Outdoor Terracotta Planter
Target

Project 62 Oval Indoor/Outdoor Terracotta Planter

$15 from Target

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Terracotta doesn’t have to be boring, as this planter proves. The subtle embossed oval design on this 6-inch pot will look smart in any room of your home. Maybe an easy-to-grow pothos or snake plant would look good in it?


Levitating Air Bonsai Pot
Etsy

Levitating Air Bonsai Pot

$97 from Etsy

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Here’s a fun take on planters: Thanks to the power of electricity and magnetism, this little pot can hover inches above its base indefinitely (just be sure to keep the base plugged in). Its petite size makes it ideal for an air plant or tiny succulent.


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Mkono Cotton Rope Plant Basket
Amazon

Mkono Cotton Rope Plant Basket

$17 from Amazon

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Disguise that ugly plastic pot and add a dash of visual interest to any room with this cotton-weave basket. With built-in handles, this “planter” can also be used as a tote or small laundry hamper.


Wavy Base Clay Box Planter
Urban Outfitters

Wavy Base Clay Box Planter

$49 and up from Urban Outfitters

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These textured planters — available in two sizes and two colors — are hands down the most unique ones we discovered during our quest for the best plant pots. And why not? Their funky form, Day-Glo tints, and textured finishes would liven up any patio, deck, or sunny space.


Atlas Cork Hanging Planter
Etsy

Atlas Cork Hanging Planter

$70 from Etsy (plus shipping)

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Why limit your houseplants to tables, desks, and shelves? Hanging planters like this make an eye-catching addition to any sunny space. This one is made of cork, so it will require some extra care when planting, but it’s worth the effort, owners say.


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Project 62 Concrete Terrazzo Planter
Target

Project 62 Concrete Terrazzo Planter

$8 from Target

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Terrazzo is trendy! It’s also durable and attractive, with tiny accents of color to enhance your favorite room’s decor scheme.

Pawlonia Wood Egg Pot
Terrain

Pawlonia Wood Egg Pot

$34 and up from Terrain

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Wood adds warmth and texture like no other material. These are crafted from pawlonia (aka paulownia) wood, which is durable yet lightweight like balsa wood. Note: These pots do not have drainage holes.


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