Plant pot ideas: 11 gorgeous designs for your houseplants

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Plant pot ideas: there are so many on the market, but which should you choose? We’ve compiled a selection of our favourites, so your pots will look as lush as your plants.

Plant pot ideas: here are some of our best. From pots which contain lamps, to statuesque planters, we’re sure there are several which will take your fancy.

This hanging plant pot with a lamp

Firstly we have this wonderfully modern lamp and plant pot, which come with a brass bulb holder for a luxe touch, while the glass pot holds a small plant. One of the very best plant pot ideas we’ve seen.

plant pot with lamp
Round hanging lamp with plant pot, £79, Cult Furniture.
This natural and pretty plant pot idea

Secondly we have this ceramic plant pot, which doesn’t contain wood but has a very convincing wood effect base. It’s hand-painted, so your pot will be truly unique. It’s also available in several sizes.

wood effect plant pot
White ceramic wood effect plant pot, £10, B&Q.
This truly luxe rose gold pot

Thirdly it’s one of our most opulent plant pot ideas: we love the burnished sheen on this sumptuous copper pot. Eco-friendly and lightweight, it’s made out of fibre clay, while the warm metallic rose gold shade is on-trend right now.

copper plant pot
Metallic copper plant pot, £16.99, Curated Pieces.
This stylish woven plant pot

This wicker woven basket style plant pot features an intricate metal weave and bamboo rim, so it’s extremely natural. It also comes in three sizes, so there’s sure to be one to fit your plant.

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Wicker plant pot, from £24.99, Gardenesque.
This stylish and sophisticated planter

This rustic planter is printed with a recurring dragonfly motif, and also the wise words ‘Be a dreamer’. Made of cement, it’s suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, and comes in three sizes.

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Dragonfly plant pot, from £13.50, Sophie Allport.
This pretty in pink plant pot

This pale pink matt plant pot would look perfect in an on-trend pink kitchen. Tall and semi-circular, it’s only 7cm deep so could hold a beautiful bunch of flowers, whether real or artificial.

pink plant pot
Matt pale pink wall indoor plant pot, £25, Rockett St George.
This sleekest of plant pot ideas

This planter is so elegant and luxurious, with its combination of brass and antique brown. Also available in black, it comes in a range of sizes and leg options, but we love this one just as it is.

tall planter on stand
Hampton plant pot, £59, Cult Furniture.
This cool tall plant vase

Plant pot ideas are all very well, but if your plant or flowers are tall then you need a plant vase. This one has a super-cool leaf motif and an on-trend sage green base.

tall vase
Tall green leaf ceramic plant vase, £15.99, Garden Gifts.
This stately plant stand

The minimalist pot in this combo is also available in charcoal, olive and anthracite, so there’s sure to be a colour to suit you. Supported by a sturdy wooden four-legged stand, this plant pot idea would look stylish in any modern home.

planter on stand
Lisbon pot and stand, £49.99, Sproutl.
This grown-up trio

One of the most sophisticated plant pot ideas, this trio of taupe grey plant pots has a semi-matt finish. They have a subtle ribbed effect and would suit any neutral colour scheme.

trio of plant pot ideas
Three ceramic taupe grey plant pots, £24, Marquis and Dawe.
This swish trio

As plant pot ideas go, this is one of the most stylish. It features three removable earthenware Maen pots accessorised with leather handles and a brass fastener, while a sustainably-sourced oak wood plinth provides stability. So chic.

trio of plant pot ideas
Maen pot trio, £195, Tom Raffield.

Now you’ve seen all our plant pot ideas and hopefully chosen your perfect planter, why not check out the six easy care plants you’ll be sure to keep alive?

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