With more and more of us realising the benefits of having plants in our homes. I wanted to share some beautiful planters which can help showcase your colourful plants and make them a feature in your home.

My Selection

I always tend to be drawn to very simple, minimalist shapes or very angular shapes so here’s a few of my favourites:

Studio Vonne. Planters. Biophilic design

In detail:

Tom Raffield has some very sculptural floor standing planters made with sustainably sourced steam bent oak.  He also has some 
hand-glazed earthenware bowl planters suspended by steam bent oak loops and wall hangers, ideal for when there is a lack of floor space.

Image Credit : Tom Raffield

Tammy Crawford-Rolt is a designer maker based in Bristol. She uses reclaimed and off-cut pieces of wood so every item is bespoke. I love the angles of these pieces.

 Image Credit: Tammy Crawford-Rolt

Ferm Living have a variety of sleek powder coated metal containers which add storage space to any room or can be used as a planter. These are elegant and would be beautiful in a minimalist setting.

Image Credit: Ferm Living

Mind the cork is a brand owned by Jenny Espirito Santo.  She uses the sustainable material of cork to create eco friendly products. This hanging planter has an elegant, minimalist exterior which I love. More things should be made from cork!

Image Credit: Mind the Cork

If you like geometric angles Habitat have these edgy planters that’ll give personality to a bland space.

Image Credit: Habitat

These Nappula plant pots from Iittala have clean crisp lines and are like elegant sculptures themselves. Ideal for a minimalist interior.

Image Credit: Iittala

Looking for something a little more rustic? & Tradition have these Fiber concrete planters designed by Space Copenhagen. They are lightweight and ideal for large feature plants.

Image Credit:  & Tradition

By Lassen have a Kubus Collection of homewares. Starting from small vases to these larger planters. Extremely sculptural with a bit of an edge.

Image Credit: By Lassen

The last pot I’ve selected is the beautiful Tri Pot terracotta planter by Studio Arhoj. I love the earthy rustic terracotta mixed with the quirky three leg design.

Image Credit: Studio Arhoj via dowsedesign

I hope you’ve liked my selection, If you have any different favourites let me know in the comments. It’s always good to find out about new products. 

If you are looking for a helping hand to get your interior perfect for you. Send me an email with your requirements so you can find out how I can help you. Email me on yvonne@studiovonne.com