With pollution rising at newly alarming rates, indoor plants have been scientifically proven to purify the air naturally while adding a spark of liveliness to your home. In fact, Nasa did a Clean Air Study with results that said in addition to absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen through photosynthesis, certain common indoor plants may also provide a natural way of removing toxic agents from the air around us. While you go about adding some greenery to your space, we have curated a list of planters for you to choose from. So get inspired, innovate and go green with your choice of planter designs!
The BouquetPOT packaging by Niangui Cai becomes a make-shift pot for your flowers.
The Oasis Multifunctional Table & Planter by Pei-Ju Wu
The Brot by Benditas Studio is a lamp and planter combined into one slick, terracotta package
Aeva Hydroponic Systems by Conner Tidd & Kevin Jakiela for Inertia
Nebl by Studio Rem is a series of planters encapsulated in frosted glass for Gejst Design
Robert Planters by Estudio Floga
Helen Kontouris’ Botanical Planter Screens provide a sense natural visual separation to indoor and outdoor spaces alike.
GROWTH, an origami-based, shape-shifting planter by Studio Ayaskan
Concrescence Concrete Planters by Vako Darjania
Muuch Rhombus Modular Flowerpot by Estudio Floga
Tako Planters by Fasa Desk Accessories
Triflora Hanging Planters by Umbra