If you don’t have a single green plant in your home by now, you really need to get one. No two. Maybe even three while you are at it. Go for succulents or Philodendrons as they come in all sorts and size, and are super easy to keep.
So now you have the plants covered, but what to put them in. Today I wanted to share some of my favourite plant vessels for highlighting those green pieces of art.
01. Case Study Planters
Produced in Los Angeles and inspired by sleek lines of mid-century modernism, these ceramic planters by Modernica are at the top of my list. Made from high fire stoneware with a matte glaze, they’re made to withstand the elements, suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
02. Plant Box
Elegant and timeless, this box by ferm living, on its delicate and thin legs in powder coated metal can be used for everything from plants to books or children’s toys all around the house. You might even use it as a divider, to create small peaceful ‘islands’ or cosy corners in larger rooms
03. Terracotta pots
Stilleben’s new series for Skagerak are simple and stylish terracotta pots in various sizes. Classic Greek and Egyptian vases that are raised slightly up from the ground by a small base inspired edge Pots.
04. Concrete Planters
I love how concrete is slowly entering the Scandi decor. Arrange your plants in these minimalistic pots by ferm living with geometric details. The modern, industrial material strikes the perfect balance when placed alongside a living, breathing plant.
For those smaller succulents Unico is one of my faves. Unico, designed by Anders Arhøj for Kähler, is a series for style-conscious design lovers with a penchant for unique art and history. The glaze is distributed naturally on the pieces resulting in a look of a heavy drop stopped in time with beautiful three-dimensional depth.