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A Very Elevated Planter Roundup

Do you have an area in your home reserved for VIPs (very important planties)? Or are your plants sprinkled throughout your space? Whether you cluster them or spread them around your home, we have a great tip for how to step up your plant game: place your plants on stools or use planters with legs to uplift your green buddies! Why are we in love with this elevated planter look? It gives plants a proper place to live. Instead of having them sitting on the floor or on a window sill, it is an intentional place to showcase our favorite greenery. It’s also a more flattering angle to admire your plants from when they are slightly off the ground – you’re not peering straight into the soil, and you get to see the pretty details of the pot or planter you put them in.

Learn how to make this DIY tripod planter from The New Bohemians! Or check out your local flea market or thrift store for hand-carved wooden stools, woven stools, or metal plant stands.

If you’re looking for some elevated planter inspo, look no further! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite legged planters and plant stands for ya! Which look is your favorite?

  1. Set of 3 Triangle Planters
  2. Donna Plant Stand
  3. Set of 2 Metal Planters
  4. Mid-Century Turned Leg Tabletop Planters – Turquoise
  5. Tripod Plant Stand
  6. Hexagonal Bentwood Bamboo Plant Stand
  7. Planter -plant stand
  8. Gray Wash Clay Bowl with Stand
Alternative Text Caitlin Watson

Being the In House Designer at Jungalow, I try to emulate what I love most in my life... color, pattern, flowers, plants and all things beautiful! You'll find me in studio, designing beautiful pieces and helping to make Jungalow shine!

3 responses to “A Very Elevated Planter Roundup”

  1. Monica says:

    Hi WATSON,
    Great sharing dude. Love the bedroom plantation idea.

  2. Alex says:

    I absolutely love these but what do you do about saucers for when they’re watered? I have my plants on rollers with a saucer in between so that when I water them I don’t have to worry about condensation ruining my wood floors. Thank you.

  3. John Donovan says:

    Using planters to display plants is a good idea no matter where you will use them. For those who are using the planters indoors, you can easily find planters that match the rest of your decorations. You can also make the planters yourself using small stools and other household items.

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