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Adding greenery to your home not only looks good, it makes you feel good, too. Studies have shown that having plants in the house helps clean the air, boost your mood and even increase productivity. While they’re beautiful on their own, plants can be a prominent design feature – especially if you find the right planters for them. These vessels are like sculptural décor items that can really elevate your aesthetic. 

The easiest way to arrange your planters is to have three of them in the same design, but in varying sizes, as a trio in a room corner. Check on the amount of light your plants need to guide exact placement. Some luxury planters’ designs can pretty much stand alone. For example, a vessel with a shiny textured finish and glam metallic legs is a statement piece. Luxury planters can be base form for a vignette of equally luxurious collectibles and objets d‘art. 

Luxury planters can be used in any room. To bring life into a minimalist, sleek kitchen space, pop a planter pot on the windowsill or island. If you have a large space above your cabinets, you could add trailing vines above them. Bathrooms are great places for plants, which thrive on moisture and warmth. Place one on an elegant plant stand that doesn’t take up much space. In a large living space, planters can be arranged on an open shelving unit, for a room divider full of lush life. To bring the outdoors into the office, a small, quirky pot works a charm.

Those not gifted with green fingers will be pleased to know that plant décor needn’t be living. Realistic-looking artificial flowers bring colour to your home, all year round. Artificial trees and artificial flowers, meanwhile, can add visual interest to dark, drab corners of the bedroom.