With one of these high-style indoor planters, your greenery will be looking its best no matter when you last remembered to water it.
Whether you want something modern, boho, colorful, or high-tech (yes, if you want your plants to play music, water themselves, or even turn your shelf into an art museum, we've got you covered), there's a plant pot for everyone on this list. And don't worry, if you don't have much of a green thumb, there's zero shame in filling them with fake plants-there are plenty of realistic options out there to choose from.
Sometimes the easiest way to dress up a plant is to put it in a woven rope basket, like this one. Just lift it out to water and drain.
This planter serves up a subtle pop of pink and a cool, all-over geometric pattern, too.
These hand-painted picks take simple plant pots to a whole new level.
Want your desk plants to do double duty? Put them in this simple, sleek white planter that is also a light and a Bluetooth speaker.
This minimalist hanging planter is actually made out of cork, making it super light so you can hang it anywhere!
This tall, tiled planter will add a pop of color and personality to your space.
This planter, with it's super-precise geometric cutouts, is 3D printed and made with real wood.
Plants already liven up a space, but the splashes of color on these planters will take it to the next level.
For those of you who always kill your plants, I present to you: a self-watering planter. It does all the hard work for you.
Give your hanging plants a little geometric flair with these white and gold hanging pots, which feature circular and diamond-shaped frames.
Turn your space into its own little art museum by planting greenery and flowers in this Grecian bust pot.
These pink planters feature a fun textural element-a '70s esque rainbow pattern engraved into each one.
These curved hanging planters totally shine in a textured nickel finish.
Mid-century modern fans will appreciate this sleek, simple planter, which comes with a wooden stand.
These small hand-painted herringbone pattern pots have a brightly-colored inside (hello, teal!) and little legs that add interest.
For a simple pop of warmth and shine, go with this aluminum plant pot in copper.
Searching for a simple, industrial pot for tiny plants like succulents? Look no further.
For larger plants and trees, this tall, textured planter is a great option that proves neutrals can still make a statement.
Legs give your plant a little lift, while rattan woven all the way around the planter gives your space more texture and warmth.
This sleek, powder-coated steel pot is a modern take on the usual hanging planter.