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Houseplants are an essential ingredient for a room that feels alive and fresh. Just like a balanced meal, it’s important to have something green. A big part of making houseplants look good in your room is finding the right planter. We’ve rounded up a few excellent planter options that will work well in any space, large or small.

Penrose

Inspired by Danish pottery and Japanese patterns, these ceramic planters are hand-thrown and glazed by the artisans at Red Wing Stoneware Company. Red Wing has been crafting stoneware pieces since the mid-1800s. We are proud to work with them to marry modern design with timeless techniques.

Shore

Created and glazed by hand in North Carolina’s HAAND ceramics studio, our exclusive Shore collection features modern decorative planters with organic appeal. Each displays unique variations in the shape of the walls that only come from handcrafting.

Cumberland

Mingei-style Japanese art and industrial design inspired the creation of these artisan-crafted planters. Made using a unique technique developed by ceramicist Kevin Wilcoxson in Brooklyn, slip-cast porcelain sheets are formed into cylinders while still pliable and carefully attached to the base.

Era

Hand-thrown and glazed by the expert artisans at Red Wing Stoneware Company, our exclusive Era collection features decorative planters with organic appeal. The Era planter is housed in our Whidbey planter stand, made from thermally modified ash. Tapered legs and an X-base lend modern style and stability, taking your plants to new heights.

Once you’ve selected your favorite planter for your home, finding a durable houseplant that fits your style is easy. There are many great houseplant options today, like aloe plants, fiddle leaf figs, monstera philodendrons, peace lilies, rubber trees, snake plants, succulents and umbrella plants. All of these are particularly durable, stylish and easy to find at your local garden store or online.

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