Indoor planters

Indoor planters / www.heidiandcoco.comThere is no better time to add some greenery to your home decor with a wide selection of indoor planters in modern shapes, colours and textures. Whether you choose to decorate a sparse corner with a large pot or a hanging planter or add a small table planter to an empty nook, desk or window sill, indoor planters help give character and life to a space (literally).

Personally I’m loving the beautiful and interesting shapes in the hanging ceramic planters below, as well as the use of concrete as indoor planters. 

Terrariums have also made a comeback in a range of unique shapes and sizes and make a beautiful centrepiece on a dining or coffee table. Small planters are perfect to house succulents but along with wall planters can make great inside herb gardens.

When choosing plants remember to choose plants that are hardy and do not need too much maintenance, that do good in lower level of light, are size appropriate for the planter, have appropriate drainage and require little watering and pruning such as pathos plants, jade plants, areca palms, ficus trees, snake plants, succulents, herbs or even plants that flower like orchids or peace lilies.




Image source Hunting for George  

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  • Julie Small

    I love indoor plants – they give a room a lovely clean airy feel and they help clean the air. Perfect for city living that’s for sure – thanks for the post

    • Thanks Julie. I agree, greenery inside is a natural boost and great for places that don’t have big backyards. Chantal x

  • Kirsty

    I’m currently looking for an indoor plant so this is very timely.. But now I have to many choices! 😉

    • Thanks Kirsty. I feel the same! I’ve been collecting planters and now it’s time to fill them hence the research and post, lol. Chantal x

  • Chantal, I’m DYING over the swan planter!! MUST HAVE!!! (Now I just need to get better at keeping plants alive…) x

    • I agree it’s so cute, would look great with moss in it or would also make a great floating candle holder. Chantal x

  • p.s. is Seek Dare Love looking more gorgeous than usual? (I suspect this is the blogger equivalent of ‘did you do something new with your hair?’)

    • Thanks sweetie! I changed the logo recently and have been playing with a few elements, you know the feeling, its a never ending process but I’m really liking the current feel, so thank you for feedback. It’s so nice when people notice. Chantal x

  • Stephie Vanneste

    I love indoor plants but I dont have any. I love the hanging ones but see yours in that beautiful pot and those vivd green leaves that just looks awesome. Is that picture of your home? If so can you please do a home tour post? I hate interior design and picking designs and furniture shopping so I love seeing how other people style their homes. Xo Stephie

    • Thanks Stephie. We just got one of the Angus & Celeste hanging planters for our anniversary so will be hanging it on the weekend. Will be sure to post a pic to my instagram account however the pic in the post was sourced from Pinterest. I am planning a post of my own home and decor, so stay tuned. Chantal x

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