Photo Gallery: Planters, Urns, Windowboxes & Pots
A pretty blue ombré wash is a subtle and unexpected counterpoint to summer flowers. Once the flowers fade, the pot adds a bright spot of colour to the patio or deck.
This planter has an sleek silhouette that’s perfect for both modern and traditional homes. Although it has the look of concrete, it’s light enough to use on an apartment balcony.
Subtle details, like this leaf pattern, make a less expensive pot look posh.
Choose a generously sized planter to handle large flower arrangements.This square black pot is perfect; with a deep interior and stabilizing feet, it won’t tip over.
An ordinary urn looks historic in mottled bronze, which contrasts beautifully with verdant green foliage. The traditional shape ensures this planter will never go out of style.
Add impact to any outdoor space with sleek red planters. Two of these inexpensive pots would look great flanking a black door.
Turn a boxy planter into a pretty garden focal point with a simple trellis pattern and decorative moulding. The slightly whitewashed finish on this planter brings out the details beautifully.
Line the perimeter of a cottage deck with reclaimed barn-board planters. The custom-order process makes it a snap to create a gardening space practically anywhere.
This windowbox planter benefits from an embossed, trellis-inspired pattern, which adds texture to the otherwise plain shape.
This wooden planter offers country charm, and is ideal for herbs or small vegetables. For a more polished look, paint it white for a Versailles-inspired planter.
Flank a front door with lightweight footed pedestal urns filled with gorgeous blooms to create a welcoming tableau.
Green in more ways than one, this bright chartreuse planter is made of recycled milk jugs.
This simple cylindrical planter is dressed up with a gorgeous copper patina. The sleek shape would be perfect for patios or entryways.
The simple shape and fashionable matte black finish of this planter would pair well with a row of tall, feathery grasses.
Line your stone patio with planters, like this trim textured one, to outline your outdoor entertaining space. Fill with low plantings, like the succulents shown.