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13 Indoor Plant Pots and Planters Our Stylists Love

Get ready to dress up your indoor jungle! We found the cutest indoor plant pots you can buy. Check 'em out below!

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Indoor Plant Pots on yellow backgroundTaste of Home, via retailers

Need some new pots for your ever-growing plant collection? With the help of Melissa Franco, one of our lovely Taste of Home set stylists, we found the best indoor plant pots available. Find ideas for every stylefrom boho to modernall while keeping functionality top of mind. You can’t go wrong with any of these fun planters!

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Rattan Potvia urbanoutfitters.com

Rattan Pot

Rattan lovers, this one’s for you. Tuck your favorite houseplants inside this woven planter. It’s the perfect addition to your plant sanctuary. (Learn how to build an indoor greenhouse using IKEA furniture, too).

Why it made our list: Melissa loves the woven texture of this planter: “It brings a boho vibe to your room.”

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Self Watering Potvia urbanoutfitters.com

Self-Watering Pot

We’re all guilty of forgetting to water our plants every now and again. Put that worry to rest with this stylish self-watering planter. The emerald green color will make any houseplant pop.

Why it made our list: It’s a great planter for those who have trouble remembering to water. Melissa mentions, “As a person who can barely keep plants alive, I find this self-watering planter very appealing!”

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Short Stacking Potvia urbanoutfitters.com

Short Stacking Pot

This stackable planter pot is the ideal shape for small- to mid-sized plant babies. The drainage hole at the bottom makes it a great option for plants that don’t like to sit in excess water. While you’re shopping, go ahead and pick up some new stemsUrban Outfitters is one of our favorite places to buy houseplants online.

Why it made our list: Its fun shape is unique compared to standard planters.

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Goblet Terracotta Plantervia bloomist.com

Goblet Terracotta Pot

This goblet terracotta pot is fit for royalty. Inspired by traditional Tunisian pottery, each pot is specially crafted by artisans.

Why it made our list: Melissa loves that, “these simple, clean design planters are perfect for succulents, cacti or kitchen herbs.”

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Ladder Plant Standvia ikea.com

Ladder Plant Stand

You’ve heard of blanket ladders, but have you heard of plant stand ladders? If you’re looking for a planter that is sleek and stylish and utilizes space efficiently, this is the one for you. This shoe organizer herb garden is another great way to save some space.

Why it made our list: This planter is perfect for planting multiple plants or herbs in a small space.

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Plant Pot With Macrame Hangervia LittleLoveHome/etsy.com

Plant Pot with Macrame Hanger

Tuck and hang your foliage in these macrame hanging planters. The color block detailing will brighten even the darkest of corners where your low-light houseplants reside. These planters come in 13 beautiful hues—so grab a few to give your room a glow-up!

Why it made our list: This hanging basket will bring a splash of fun to any room or window.

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White Abstract Potvia cb2.com

White Abstract Pot

Here’s a planter for large plants like cacti, lemon trees and flowers. This stylish planter looks like it belongs at a resort or spa. No wonder it’s named the “zen planter.”

Why it made our list: This sturdy planter will make a statement in both your indoor and outdoor areas.

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Metal Standing Plantervia wayfair.com

Metal Standing Planter

This two-piece metal planter set needs a dynamic plant duo. Adorned with gold legs, you can place them anywhere your heart desires. These planters would hold fake plants beautifully, too.

Why it made our list: These classic black and white planters go with many different types of decor.

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Leggy Dog Potvia TheBuildPlate/etsy.com

Leggy Dog Pot

Calling all pet lovers! This dog planter has your name on it. Perfect for teeny-tiny plants, like succulents. Check out these other succulent pots and planters our stylists love.

Why it made our list: Melissa says, “So, so cute! Need I say more?”

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Modern Ceramic Potvia worldmarket.com

Modern Ceramic Pot

This durable and classic ceramic pot is essential for any fiddle leaf lover. It’s the ideal size and shape to grow a healthy fiddle. Plus, this planter can be used both indoors and outdoors. Psst! Have you heard the dirt on the best plant subscription boxes?

Why it made our list: These clean planters are available in many neutral colors.

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Washed Terracotta Plantervia afloral.com

Washed Terracotta Planter

The classic flower pot got a stunning makeover with this washed terracotta planter. Each pot is handmade and sports a washed, speckled look with a scalloped trim.

Why it made our list: The washed terracotta look feels so sophisticated.

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Blue And White Ceramic Potvia williams-sonoma.com

Blue and White Ceramic Pot

This elegant ceramic pot would be the perfect accompaniment to a bonsai tree. You can also purchase other sizes (small, medium, large and extra-large) to make it a full matching set with other household plants.

Why it made our list: This gorgeous blue and white planter has a traditional feel.

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Round Copper Plantervia williams-sonoma.com

Round Copper Planter

Whether you’re planting oregano, basil or lavender, this round copper planter will showcase your herbs in the best way. Oh, and don’t worry about the copper dulling. It’ll naturally turn into a rich bronze patina color, making it even more beautiful over time. Here are some of our other favorite indoor herb garden planters.

Why it made our list: Ribbed copper planters are perfect for herbs or flowers.

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Christina Herbst
Christina is a Social Media Editor for Taste of Home. She enjoys trying out local restaurants and coffeehouses and adding copious amounts of garlic and cheese to any recipe she can get her hands on. In her free time, you can find her hunting down one-of-a-kind furniture pieces at thrift and vintage stores and DIYing trendy home decor crafts.