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HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT PLANTER POTS FOR YOUR HOME

There is nothing better than filling your home and outdoor spaces with plants galore, not only do you get instant aesthetic gratification but plants also come complete with so many incredible health benefits as well, it really is a win-win situation! If you're wanting to jump on board this trend for mass indoor and outdoor greenery (and we don't blame you!!) then pots aplenty are essential purchases in your future. Choosing the right pot is not as basic a task as it sounds and there are a few details that should be taken into consideration before you embark on your pot buying journey. We here to offer some sound advice on all thing plant pot related so that you and your home can enjoy all the benefits of this green trend in no time at all!

 

PLAN YOUR POT

Sure, you can just rush in and buy up all the plant pots in sight, which don't get me wrong is all fun and games…until you get home and find the pots too big/not big enough/the wrong colour for your space or plants you're wanting to pot. Before you start purchasing it is best to sit down and consider the wheres, whats, and tasks of the pots you're looking for. Is it a statement piece your after? A basic slimline planter for your narrow verandah? Or something to sit in a plant stand or macrame hanger that needs to be nondescript? It is essential to work out the functionality of your pot and the space it needs to exist in your home.

 

PERSONALITY

The variety of pots on the market is vast and daunting and can be incredibly overwhelming if you go in to purchase a pot without a solid concept of you and your homes personal style and aesthetic. Think carefully about your style and your homes interior and exterior decor, is it a contemporary look your after or more of an antique aesthetic? Look for a pot that resonates with you, your homes style and overall one that you love!

 

SIZE MATTERS

There is no point opting for those two gigantically oversized geometric, copper print planters if you live in a tiny apartment, it just wouldn't be practical. The pots you choose need to be size appropriate for your space but DO BE BOLD IN TERMS OF SCALE.

 

GET COMPOSING

If you are wanting to fill your home interior or exterior with clusters of pots then it is important to create cohesiveness within your pot composition to ensure a chic look rather than a random mess of higgledy-piggledy pots! Always try to combine different textures and sizes in similar or complimentary tones to create an interesting and varied display. A rule of three works best: three different sizes in three compatible textures within the same colour tone.

 

IT'S AN INVESTMENT

If you're looking for a hero piece out two then it is worth investing in good quality statement pots as they will last the test of time and are sure to become a feature piece in your interior or exterior . For more functional areas, stick to cheaper pots that allow the plant to be the shining star rather than the pot.

 

CONSIDER MATERIAL

Plant pots can be contracted from a wide range of materials, everything from terracotta through to cement, wood and even glass. It is crucial to again consider the use of your pot so as that you can choose the ideal material that pot should be constructed from. Wooden pots are fabulous for growing herbs whilst glass pots are perfect for delicate maidenhair ferns, bigger feature trees look incredible when planted in oversized oxidised zinc planters or Grecian urn style pots and let's face it, you really can't ever go past a fiddle leaf fig in an oversized, painted, cement planter pot.

 

 

 

 

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