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10 Modern Planters That Welcome The Spring In Style

I must have a pretty bad case of spring fever! Why else would I have spent last weekend painting geometric pots and planting succulents?! The weather has been beautiful for days, but tomorrow it’s back to 40-degree temperatures, clouds and rain. That hasn’t stopped me from rounding up a collection of modern planters to usher in the upcoming season. Now is the time to start thinking of ways to beautify your yard or welcome the outdoors inside, and these gorgeous selections have the power to celebrate spring in style…

Wooden Planters

We begin with wooden planters–I’m actually looking for a wooden planter as we speak! I need to add some greenery to my powder room, and the selections below are great for indoor plants. This Wooden Planter from Etsy shop Moss + Twig is made from solid stained Oregon Myrtlewood. Two holes provide the perfect resting spots for succulents or cacti…

Modern wooden planter

I love the chunky look of this next Wooden Succulent Planter from Etsy shop Cattails Woodwork. The piece is shaped from solid butternut reclaimed from a fallen tree. There are carved facets, but the overall vibe is raw and fabulous. Plus, the design showcases the natural grain of the wood:

Rustic cactus pot

The next featured planter comes from Etsy shop Wooden Shapes. It’s painted in a white and copper geometric design, and a single hole in the top makes the piece ideal for holding a candle or a succulent. Not a fan of copper? Select an accent color of your choice!

Painted wooden succulent planter

How sleek is this Boxcar Planter in Walnut and Bone White from Urbilis?! Solid walnut with a natural finish combines with bone white accents for a look that is modern…and a little bit retro! Plant your cacti or succulents in the included stainless steel inserts, then set them into the holes of the individual planters. Combine the three pieces for one unforgettable display. I want this for my powder room counter!

Modern wooden indoor planter

Marble Planters

In case you’ve missed it, we’re in the middle of a mega marble revival! Marble patterns are appearing on everything from bedding to ceramics. As you may have guessed, marble motifs have hit the world of planters and pots as well. This one-of-a-Kind Marbled Planter from the Etsy shop of Leah Ball features green detailing on a white background. A natural rope cord complements the piece…

Green marbled planter

I’ve had my eye on this Marbleized Cylinder Planter from West Elm for quite some time. Made in Portugal, the piece is ideal for the garden. And I just might have the perfect indoor spot selected as well. Good news: this terracotta planter with a marbleized pattern is currently on sale for $9.99. You can’t beat that!

Cylinder planter with a marbleized finish

From marble effects to actual marble… These Marble Planter Pots from The Cool Hunter are compact and chic. Small but substantial, they create a refreshing, luxe receptacle for your favorite succulents and more…

Marble planter pots

Metal Planters

We end with a trio of metal planters that are chic and modern. This Copper Grande Balle hanging metal succulent planter from Etsy shop Plantworks PDX is made from a repurposed track light. The outside of the piece is painted a textured copper tone on the outside and a charcoal grey shade on the inside. A suede leather cord is the perfect finishing touch.

Hanging copper succulent planter

Bring on the geo style! This Polyhedron Cachepot in Silver from Mayker Studio is crafted from mild steel. The piece is welded and sanded for a clean, modern look. Love those facets!

Silver polyhedron planter

For a hanging geo planter option, check out the Small Himmeli Geometric Drop from Etsy shop Spazz Happy Line Design. Ideal for holding air plants, this metal piece also includes a drop string for easy display.

Metal geometric drop planter

Did any of today’s featured planters catch your eye?

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Kate Simmons

Kate Simmons is a freelance writer and design blogger with a love of all things decor. She spent her childhood writing stories and working on interior design-themed DIY projects. Kate’s published writing reflects her special interest in how design has changed through the decades. Her blog Mirror80 ( http://mirror80.com/) explores the fashion and [...]

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