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The best Indoor Plant Stands, Pots and Hangers for your Home

I recently posted on the Botanics trend; this years hottest interior scheme, which is all about bringing your plants indoors and blurring the lines between inside and out. The trend also suggested that green paint is going to be big, though I’m not entirely sure we’re warming to that concept just yet (give it some time to sink in).

Anyway, with the rise of the indoor plant in mind, it’d be practically criminal of me not to post about where you can score the best indoor plant stands, pots and hangers for your home. Nab some of these bad boys and you’ll be rocking the Botanics trend like there’s no tomorrow.

I’ve got six awesome finds below from some fave local brands, so let’s do this!

Indoor Plant Stand by Ivy Muse

Brand: Ivy Muse. Price: $150

Ivy Muse only launched late last year and people are already going bananas over their indoor plant stands. A Melbourne-based studio, Ivy Muse is run by friends Jacqui Vidal and Alana Langan – and the stands themselves are made of steel and powder-coated. There’s some really interest shapes at play here and a few different stands to choose from in varying heights, colours and designs.
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Powder Coats Indoor Plant Stand by Lumiere Art Co

Brand: Lumiere Art & Co. Price: $135

I first discovered this Melbourne brand via Kreo Home and boy do they stock a lot of other divine home decor gems too. Their canvas buckets are all sorts of amazing, but the plant stand you see above is where it’s at if you ask me. With wire gauge that’s 10mm thick, these colourful plant stands are built to last (and I adore the dusty pink colour story above, don’t you?).
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Indoor Plant Pots by Tait

Brand: Tait. Price: Unspecified.

Tait has been going strong for 21 years, but with fresh and innovative designs like the planter boxes above, they don’t look a day over 10! I love the variety in this collection; grab one for your table top, a larger size for your dining room or go all out with the vertical garden tower you see above (my fave!). The only downside here is that pricing is not shown on the website, so you’ll have to enquire.
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Dreamcatcher Designs Macrame Plant Holder

Brand: Dreamcatcher Designs. Price: $59

Dreamcatcher Designs is the brainchild of local designer Jessi Deakin. I’ve profiled her creations on the blog before and simply can’t get enough. Her macrame plant hangers – and wall art – come in a variety of colours and styles, so there’s a little something for every interior scheme (though most of them are unapologetically boho – and I wouldn’t want them any other way!).
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The Design Twins - Crosses Concrete Plant Pot

Brand: Design Twins. Price: $130

The world is going gaga for Design Twins and with good reason. Their concrete creations are beyond anything most of us have seen before and the latest collection of pots above are pretty stunning too. Crosses aren’t the only option in terms of pattern, of course, nor is the black and white colour story. There’s a lot on offer here and it’s reasonably priced as well.
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IKEA PS Indoor Plant TerrariumBrand: IKEA. Price: $34.99

Sometimes you just can’t beat old reliable – and IKEA is it. This PS Greenhouse is as cheap as chips and is just one of many pieces IKEA stocks in their garden range. Ideal for small spaces, this is a cute idea that won’t break the bank. Plus, you get the added bonus of heading in-store to see what else is new. I love this solution – and it can hang, too!
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> Now it’s your turn!

Do you know or any other brands that make plant stands, pots or hangers for the home? Don’t be shy – sound off below and let me and other readers know about it. I’d also love to hear if you’re loving the botanics trend or not, so feel free to share your thoughts xx


Chris Carroll

Outside of writing this blog, Chris is an interior designer, presenter and author. He’s also spent time on TV, on Channel 10’s Changing Rooms, as well presenting segments on Channel 7’s Sunrise and The Morning Show. If you’d like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here

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13 Responses

  1. I love this post. I’m renovating my early 80s house to be the 70s/80s retro chic it never was. Silestone lime bench tops, timber veneer, smoked mirrors and of course indoor plants. I’m even thinking about a Florence broadhurst wallpaper in green fern print!

  2. Love these ideas. My wife and I got an indoor plant as a gift when we moved into our new apartment and I’ve been moving it around trying to find the right spot for it. I have found a good spot on a small storage shelf we have. But I do like the idea of a plant stand. I will be able to lift the whole thing and place it outdoors for the regular dose of sunshine and air I like to give it 🙂

    1. Totally agree Mamagreen. The plant stands makes more of a moment out of the plant I think. Gives it a dedicated area to shine. And like you said, you can move it around as you please (and I love to move stuff around ever week lol). 🙂

  3. Loving this, and loving your blog! im drooling over anything concrete at the moment. There’s an IG account called Peace of Me that do some gorgeous painted concrete pots, and another girl in Mackay called Arozona that’s doing all kinds of fabulous plant related decor. Totally going to check out all of the above. Maybe a pretty plant stand will rescue my poorly fiddle leaf!

  4. I love your blog, so thanks for the read! I can’t actually believe I am saying this but Kmart has some new plant stands in. I haven’t bought any but have admired them in their latest homewears catalogue. Super affordable and stylish.

    1. Thanks so much for your kind words Megan. And oh my lord re KMart. They are seriously the ones to watch when it comes to affordable home decor of late. What a dark horse they’ve been. It feels like they just exploded out of nowhere with budget buys that look amazing! I will have to check out their plant stands! 🙂

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