Collection by Allie Weiss

Ways to Design with Planters

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From large boxes to individual pots, planters are a go-to solution for modern gardens.

Clean modern planters mix well with vintage terra-cotta on the front porch.
The Zizmors didn't want to use curtains to screen their wide-open home from noisy neighbors.
Front porch planters with mid-century modern inspired chevron...
Give your plants a unique home with modern planters made from COR-TEN steel.
The Large and Small Hexagonal Concrete Planters are $89.99 and $69.99, respectively.
Overlooking the "growzone" with raised cedar planter boxes, greenhouse & potting shed next to the...
The vertical planter in the deck contains ten varieties of succulents.
Terra-cotta planters are ubiquitous, but these pots (available in white or natural clay) by Brooklyn-based designer...
Burks's Man Made collection and his Dala line of outdoor furniture for Dedon—featuring stools, chairs, and ottomans...
Danielle Trofe DesignThe Live Screen is an indoor planter system that uses self-sustaining, hydroponic technology.
@lilahvintage: "Because your tomatoes should be stylish.
A cluster of maple trees sprout from a trio of Autumn Lake eccentric silicone planters and a Ginko medium classic...
Berlin-based Atelier Hors-Serie’s AT collection comes in natural or contrasting engobe finishes, which give the...
The new Living Wall Planter 2 can be watered once in as long as two weeks' time, during which it "self waters" via a...
Here's the walnut planter set with a natural finish.
French company Bacsac creates innovative products that can be used for a variety of purposes, indoors and out.
A Woolly Pocket planter hangs on the steel beam above a polished-concrete floor warmed by radiant heat.
Concrete planters frame the facade—a union of monolithic slabs that offers privacy and compositional integrity to the...
Weathered wood tempers the gray stucco siding and provides a pleasant refuge in the community garden space.
Board-formed concrete planters hold species fitting for the Pacific Northwest, including conifers and moss.
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