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Best Bets: 10 Indoor Planters

Summer is here and the temperature is steadily rising. To beat the heat indoors without sacrificing the goodness Mother Nature has to offer, grow some greenery inside your home (where the central air conditioning is). Here are some indoor planter suggestions that might help get you started:

Aix Squara LED Planter

by Artkalia

Add some light to those leaves with the Aix Squara LED Planter. This tall, tapered work of art houses your favorite foliage in an opaque polyethylene body, which diffuses light from an internal LED lamp into an alluring, ethereal glow.

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Aix Squara LED Planter by Artkalia

Arro Alto Planter

by Pad Outdoor

Though durable enough for outdoor settings, the Arro Alto Planter has a clean, glistening aesthetic that can liven any interior living space. Its narrow form stands tall on a trio of legs that extend down from the lip, giving you an up-close-and-personal view of your favorite plant.

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Arro Alto Planter by Pad Outdoor

Droplet Planter

by Pad Outdoor

The Droplet Planter is the perfect tabletop companion, sitting comfortably flat in its short, curvaceous form (made of recycled aluminum). The extensive color selection allows you to find the look that best complements your home décor.

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Droplet Planter by Pad Outdoor

Rondo 32 Self Watering Planter

by Lechuza

The Rondo 32 Self Watering Planter practically takes care of your plant for you, featuring a sub-irrigation system that keeps it properly watered for up to 3 months. Its smooth, rounded aesthetic blends in well with modern interior settings.

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Rondo 32 Self Watering Planter by Lechuza

Architectural Pottery F508 Peanut Planter

by John Follis for Vessel USA

Landscape your living space with the Architectural Pottery F508 Peanut Planter. Its expansive, peanut-inspired frame allows for several plants of up to 8” tall while also providing adequate room for root growth. Its long, slender fiberglass body and walnut pedestal works well beside an entryway or along an open social space.

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Architectural Pottery F508 Peanut Planter by John Follis for Vessel USA

Orchid Pot

by Eva Solo

The Orchid Pot has a glossy, apple-like appearance, which brings an organic appeal to the not-so-organic elements of a potted plant. Its self-watering system includes a nylon wick that feeds from an internal reservoir up to the roots, allowing the flower to drink as needed.

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Orchid Pot by Eva Solo

Eye Ain’t Planter

by Crescent Garden

The Eye Ain’t Planter is a unique accent piece for indoor settings, featuring a vibrant, wavy design that reminds you just how hot it is outside. Its body is made from rotation molded polymer resin, which includes an expansive opening, allowing for plants of many different shapes and sizes.

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Eye Ain’t Planter by Crescent Garden

Cubico 40 Self Watering Planter

by Lechuza

Don’t be afraid to look your plant in the eye with the towering Cubico 40 Self Watering Planter. This piece, standing over 2 feet tall, uses a sub-irrigation system that keeps your plant healthy and happy and, thus, non-combative.

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Cubico 40 Self Watering Planter by Lechuza

Architectural Pottery TH1 Planter

by La Gardo Tackett for Vessel USA

The Architectural Pottery TH1 Planter gives your plant decorative appeal with its sculpted hourglass form and hollow base. Crafted from environmentally friendly ceramic, this piece has an artisan-chic visage that you need not feel guilty for enjoying.

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Architectural Pottery TH1 Planter by La Gardo Tackett for Vessel USA

Hexagon Pot and Plant Stand

by Trine Andersen for Ferm Living

A fresh angle on modern minimalism. The hexagonal pot on its ultra-skinny supports is quintessentially modern, but your choice of foliage up top lends the organic element that keeps the look from being harsh.

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Hexagon Pot and Plant Stand By Trine Andersen for Ferm Living

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