Favorite Tabletop Planters

Loving this pom pom planter by @thecraftedlife! Click through for 20 other great tabletop planters.

DIY pom pom planter by The Crafted Life

Little by little I’m slowly making our home into a jungle. And I absolutely love it. While I haven’t always had the best luck with houseplants, I’m going on my longest stretch ever of keeping all of mine alive. I think it mostly has to do with how much sunlight our house gets. And the fact that I gave up trying to maintain fickle fiddle leaf figs and opted for much easier to care for plants.

If you want to give your green thumb a try, I’ve rounded up 20 of my favorite tabletop planters you can by right now. They are all small enough to stick on a desktop, dresser, or side table to add some instant greenery to your home.

Add some greenery to your home with a houseplant in one of these pretty tabletop planters.

  1. This 3-piece planter set would be pretty arranged in a group or throughout your home.
  2. Put a snake plant in this planter and it looks like a pineapple!
  3. Gold faux marble adds subtle texture.
  4. Major mid-century modern vibes with this planter.
  5. Millennial pink planter. Need I say more?
  6. Teeny tiny pot perfect for a succulent.
  7. The happiest planter ever.
  8. The mirrored gold finish on this planter is so sleek.
  9. This rectangular galvanized planter works with both modern and rustic aesthetics.
  10. French macaron colored fluted planters would be perfect for herbs.
  11. This handmade bear planter would be adorable in a nursery.
  12. Loving this modern variation of a traditional terra-cotta planter.
  13. The geometric planter would make a cute desk accessory.
  14. The soothing mint green metal planter would be so pretty with a fern.
  15. The planter and stand combo is similar to ones from the 1950’s.
  16. The almost-white-but-still-millennial-pink color of this planter is so good.
  17. This glass greenhouse has cute scalloped details and works with most small planters.
  18. Loving the metallic gold rim on this hand plant splatter planter.
  19. Opt for a faux-marble planter and save a major $$$.
  20. This hand-poured concrete dish makes a great mini succulent planter.

Looking for more ways to add plants to your home? Try painting a basket and using it as planter or making a house number wall planter.

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