12 Succulent Pots Our Stylists Love
Show off that aloe and agave! These succulent pots and planters chosen by our very own stylists dress up your blooming beauties.
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Make a stunning succulent display with this large succulent bowl from West Elm. Nestle your favorite succulents between rocks and pebbles for a simple decor piece. This bowl is both crack- and frost-resistant—making it perfect for indoor and outdoor use.
Why it made our list: Steph Marchese, Executive Director of Visual Production, loves the clean and contemporary look of this succulent bowl, which comes in three colors. It also has a drainage hole!
It’ll be hard to choose which of these playful pals you’d like your succulent to hang out (or shall I say, upside down) in. Whether you go with the dog, bear, cat or pig, your houseplant—or fake plant—will be in good hands in any of these animal succulent pots.
Why it made our list: C’mon! Look how cute these are.
Add even more color by planting this pink rose succulent into your pot.
Made of ceramic and tied together with twine rope, these white planter pots are a simple staple to have in your home. Line up this triplet planter set along fences, walls and other small spaces.
Why it made our list: These can go modern or farmhouse—you decide.
Can’t keep your plants alive? These low-maintenance houseplants are incredibly easy to grow.
Weighing just under two pounds, this lightweight hanging planter hangs securely from any hook or tree. It also doubles as a bird feeder!
Why it made our list: This is like a piece of hanging art. And it comes in different colors.
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This copper plant tray may be beautiful, but it’s durable and well-made, too! Because of its steel material and padded bottom, you don’t have to worry about the water or scratch damage to any surface.
Why it made our list: Copper…who doesn’t love how beautiful it is? It’s a nice change of pace from other common materials.
For added elegance, plant this clear succulent, known as a Haworthia cooperi, in your tray.
Create a lively centerpiece with this long tabletop planter for your dining room or patio space. If you spill something on it during your dinner party, just wipe it with a dry cloth. Simple!
Why it made our list: This would make a nice long centerpiece on an outdoor dining table. The natural-looking material makes it feel modern yet rustic.
Coming in three varying sizes—18 inch, 36 inch and 48 inch—these bronze plant trays allow you to pick the best tray for your space.
Why it made our list: These are a beautiful bronze color and would be wonderful separately or together. Simply elegant or rustic, depending on your style.
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Give your succulent a handmade “hug” in this woven basket planter. Handwoven from millet grass, these baskets are the perfect touch of boho to any space.
Why it made our list: This adorable basket gives your succulents a warm, homey vibe.
Plant “hair” like succulents and ivy-like plants to bring life to this whimsical head planter. It’ll add personality to your indoor garden.
Why it made our list: How fun is this?!
This cache pot from West Elm was specially made in Vietnam. Not only will you receive a beautifully hand-molded and glazed pot with your purchase, but your money provides jobs to local artisans around the globe through West Elm’s Handcrafted Collection.
Why it made our list: We love the Southwest feel to these. The larger pots will accommodate larger succulents like aloe and jade plants.
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