10 Plant Stands That Stand Out

If you've dutifully fulfilled stage one of becoming a plant person (acquiring loads of plants) then you can move on to stage two: acquiring interesting planters and stands to increase their beauty. A plant stand shouldn't feel like an afterthought, and we know — groan — a really nice one (especially heavy ceramic pots) can cost a buttload. Take a look at these plant stands we've picked — they all offer something unique, and they're not too, too pricey (except for a couple).

Ferm Living Plant Box, $269
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Available in a range of cool colors, this metal plant box comes from one of our preferred Danish brands.

We love how this tiered planter combines opposites — straight lines with curved edges and pots.

Project 62 Cane Plant Stand, $69.99
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You already know how we feel about cane. We love that this is a way to try out the trend without fully committing.

Terrain Side Table Plant Stand, $118
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For a homespun-industrial look.

Yield 8" Spun Planter, $215
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Yield offers a few color options to customize your combo. The stands come in peach, gray, and black; ceramic pots are also available in peach, gray, and black; metallic pot options include copper or aluminum.

We love how this planter plays on the idea of a classic folding screen!

West Elm Portico Standing Planter, $149
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If you like the tri-fold idea, but want something less boho, try one of these West Elm options.

Menu Wire Plant Stands, $85-$110
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Bring some Scandi minimalism into your home with Danish design brand Menu's wire stands.

Anthropologie Paula Plant Stand, $126.40
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Love the flecked motif on these rounded pots.

Notre Monde Tiered Plant Stand, $660
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For something truly glam, try this bronze plant stand and fill it with luxurious blooms.


Leonora Epstein

Leonora Epstein

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