Ever envied your neighbor’s flora-rich green balcony full of expensive designer planters and pots? Ever wished you could get your hands on such beautiful pots? Well, now you can- at half the price! Here are a few innovative ideas for flower pot designs.
Plants are a major part of our life, and any home decor idea without their presence is incomplete. In addition to the care and pampering – plants need to thrive and not just survive. They must also have a decorated place for themselves to spend their lives as placidly as possible to show off their beauty.
Yes, you guessed it right, we are talking about flower pot design ideas. Decorating pots are an add-on to the beauty of your home decor and also help you to display your artistic side to the world while adding an element of fun to your stressful lifestyle.
After decades of traditional clay and ceramic flower pots painted with different motifs, today, we have the opportunity to delight ourselves with avant-garde and functional designs worthy of occupying a place in a museum. Product designers have put this everyday container in the spotlight by giving it new shapes, materials, and a finishing twist to transform it into a designer piece. Some even facilitate their plant care routine with sophisticated drip systems ideal for those less skilled in the art of botany.
This article brings you some creative flower pot design ideas that are not expensive but are perfect to spruce up your home. Whether it’s indoors or outdoors, you will be amazed by how a few brushstrokes and a little bit of hard work can completely alter the look and feel of your home.
Creative Flower Pot Designs
Have some leftover paper napkins from the party last night? If it has pretty motifs, then we have got good news for you! You can use them to decorate your humble cement/terracotta pots. Cut out the motifs. Spread the rest of the napkin evenly across the pot, and then fix the beautiful motifs with clear art glue.
Add a bit of gold to your flower pot design to make it stand out. First, use acrylic pastel colors to paint the flower pot. Then, create contrast by adding gold glitter or finish off with a slight essence of matte gold paint. If you wish, you can paint the whole pot gold and top it off with a transparent shiny coating.
Wallflower Pot Design
This old-school watering jug has been reused innovatively and the pastel blue color looks appealing against the brick walls
Got an empty wall that looks drab all the time? Grab some cheap metal or plastic jugs, repaint them in any solid/pastel color you like, and use them as planters! Your drab wall is now the most beautiful corner of your home! If you want a more earthy look, copper jugs work well too.
Small Flower Pot Design
These cute stamped miniature planters require minimal effort but give great results.
Not everyone has a lot of space in their home. In that case, we invest in small flower pots that don’t take up much space. Miniature decorative planters are an absolute delight and can brighten up any corner of your home. You can paint them in any color and stamp/write cute messages on them! It’s personal and makes for a great gift too!
Best Glass Flower Pot Design
Glass is timeless and effortless. Grow a money plant in a round glass bowl, and you will see what we are talking about! Whether you are growing flowers or simple basil, glass flower pots are great as they are! But you can always let your imagination loose by etching or painting on the glass.
Terrariums are also great options for glass flower pots. For this, you will need gravel, colored pebbles (or get a few pebbles and paint on them), and small knick-knacks that can be added to create a story. Fun, right?
Hanging Flower Pot Design
You can hang small plastic flower pots in your garden or balcony for an added effect.
A shortage of floor space? Hang your planters in any open space, preferably near the windows and the veranda. Flowers and vine creepers are plants that go best with a hanging flower pot design.
Corner Flower Pot Design
Look at this garden corner filled with exotic and colorful cacti and flowers that are placed in different types of planters
Flower pots can either be big or small – depends on your choice. You can decorate your flower pots with any of the designs mentioned above. The key is to place your plants in strategic corners so as to be highlighted, and also for them to get enough sunlight. Note how bamboo baskets, glass tubes, and traditional-style pots have been used together to highlight the corner in the picture above.
Bamboo Flower Pot Design
Bamboos are an ideal plant container that lends an earthy touch to any room. If you are a fan of the natural vibe, then go for bamboo planters. You can cut a section within the bamboo slat or use slightly larger bamboo sections as planters. Hang them up against a drab wall/surface and see your space change its feel.
Artificial Flower Pot Design
Arrange small plastic pots with artificial flowers like this near your entrance door.
If you don’t have the time for potting and planting, you can also use artificial flowers to decorate your space. Small plastic planters will serve the purpose. Buy a wooden board or slate like the one above and arrange your little planters on it. Sounds easy, right?
Simple Flower Pot Design
Now we understand that not everyone has the luxury of time. In that case, simply labeling your plants in bright notes or paper will help. If possible, ask your kids to draw some cute motifs in chalk paint. These are perfect for small and quaint balconies.
Plants and flowers bring a lot of positive energy to your space and purify the circulating air. To add to this effect, recycle dull-looking pots and planters with creative and latest flower pot designs. Our experts at NoBroker understand how home accessories are the best way to beautify your home on your own.
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