I keep a cachepot with two orchids on the coffee table in my den...
The orchid arrangement is the cherry on top in Colleen McGill's entry design (one of my all-time favs)...
|Designed by Colleen McGill, photo via Style at Home, photo by Donna Griffith|
These individually potted succulents are a simple but lovely addition to this vignette...
|Via The Decorista|
And a towering fiddle leaf fig tree adds a punch of green to Grant K. Gibson's living room...
|Designed by Grant K. Gibson|
Whatever the size may be, make sure that the vessel you pick is interesting and impactful. The plant and its container will serve as an accessory in the room and every accessory should contribute to the overall style. Use your imagination and have some fun with it! Here are some ideas...
Oxford Serving Bowl - Z Gallerie
Midcentury Dragon Planter - Etsy
Milk Glass planters - Etsy
Cement Pleated Pots - Jamali Garden
|Cube Planter Beveled - Layla Grayce|
Spode Copeland Black Cachepot - Ebay
Vintage Chinoiserie Coalport Planter - Etsy
Silver Plated Champagne bucket - Save on Crafts
Blue and White Chinese Porcelain Planters - Etsy
As you can see from above, I often source cachepots and planters on Etsy or Ebay. I also love styles from Emilia Ceramics and there are tons of great inexpensive options at Jamali Garden and Save on Crafts (their silver plated julep cups are great for single orchids).
I'm a sucker for the Chinoiserie planters and cachepots. Which style do you like best? And do you have any plants in your home? What kinds?