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8 Planter Picks to Perk Up Interiors

Perk up those grey spaces with some urban greenery.

As we near winter’s final stretch, we’re aching for a little indoor foliage! From the modern to the mammalian, here are some of our favourite planter picks to help bring in succulents, herbs and flowers to the great indoors.

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True Gem. What’s our status? Currently swooning over the Crystal-Cut porcelain planters from Bean and Bailey ceramics. Based on natural crystals and gems, these pretty pastel baskets are a darling place for cradling air plants, succulents and blooms ($51 each). anthropologie.com

 

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New Kids on the Block. There have been several iterations of the wood planter over the years, but few have been as functional as these mix-and-match Nurselog side tables from the newly opened Hinterland. Meant to mimic moss-covered forest stumps, no two Western red cedar cuts are alike—they can even be customized with upholstered seat tops ($1,200 per piece). hinterlanddesign.com

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Love Triangle. Succulents get sophisticated with the Trigg Wall vase, which features a perfect polished stoneware triangle in a geo-fabulous brass-plated frame ($44.95). cb2.com 

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A Case of the Blues. Beachy blues and paint-dipped bottoms in contrasting neutrals give traditional planters a fresh look. (Carnivale mini planters, starting at $8.95). crateandbarrel.com

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On the Wild Side. Animal accessories can border on the kitsch, but in white ceramic the dainty Sahel Wall planters can totally fit in a more sophisticated scene ($56). anthropologie.com

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Into the Woods. We love how these handblown glass terrarium pots are nestled into a gnarly log to create an indoor nature scene. The wood and glass terrarium series also comes in singles to suit every shelf, ledge or table space (starting at $49). westelm.com

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Mac Attack. Didn’t you know macramé is back? This CB2 version sports a small white geometric planter up top with a bigger metal pot below—all delicately enveloped in a 70s hand-braided weave ($79.95). cb2.com

 

 

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Not-So-Mellow Yellow. Jonathan Adler’s vibrant lemon Okura planter is sure to add a flavour punch to any room, even if you put baby in the corner. Hand-thrown, mod and at-home indoors or out ($1,202). jonathanadler.com

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