Whether it's the spring planting rush or adding some green to your home decor, an extra-large planter or pot gives your house plants that extra design boost.
A graphic diagonal stripe gives a modern twist to this mega-sized rattan planter.
For a contemporary pop, opt for the slick, cherry red finish of this tall planter.
Durable concrete + a classic woven design that will never go out of style = a planter you will love for years to come.
Bold angles add structure to the organic flow of your garden or house plants.
$399, West Elm
The white-washed peach tones of this terracotta pot make its textured sides seem soft, not stark.
Swooping arches and metal accents give this matte black planter a classical French aesthetic.
$520, Home Depot
Let the pretty blue finish of this pot wash away your design worries like ocean waves.
Rich texture and a cream and dove gray pattern make this tall pot a stand out.
$100, Crate & Barrel
This wide, deep pot is modeled after ancient Ming designs with a blue and white pattern that is simultaneously classic and eye-catching.
$229, Williams Sonoma
Irregular angles and soft curves add interest to this broad, square planter.
The rustic elegance of a heritage piece, minus the years of waiting to achieve that perfect weathered texture.
If your design style is all about curves, you're going to adore this dramatic round pot.
$149, Crate & Barrel
Compliment this shapely suspended planter with a statement plant, such as a lush palm.
$179, Pottery Barn
Craving a dose of color? This rich blue terracotta pot will brighten up any space (and make all of your plants pop.)
$38, Home Depot
Minimalist with just a bit of edge, this mega-sized white pot works seamlessly into any design scheme.
$299, West Elm
Stripes of varying widths and depths make this lightweight, curvy planter a real stunner.
Add some visual interest to your potted plants with some texture, like the hand-placed stones in this planter.
$100, Crate & Barrel
Looking for a planter that's as much of a statement as the flowers inside of it? We suggest a simple pot in a dramatic shape, like this hourglass-shaped version.
For that warm terracotta look, with a more weather-friendly (and less backbreaking) finish, this cement-and-fiberglass pot is a must.
$189, Pottery Barn
Make the most of tight spaces with a large pot in an interesting shape, like this curvaceous planter that fits neatly into even the tightest corners.
The beautiful lines and curves of this clay planter evoke the serenity of a sand garden (minus the raking.)
Industrial doesn't have to mean plain. For example, this fluted, cylindrical design that adds a splash of texture, without sacrificing the hearty all-weather wear of concrete.
$260, Williams Sonoma