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Shades of Pale: 10 Favorite Patio Pots and Planters

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Shades of Pale: 10 Favorite Patio Pots and Planters

June 17, 2015

This summer, we’re choosing a classic, unobtrusive color–that would be white, or perhaps the palest of grays–for patio pots and planters. If you use a monochromatic color scheme, you can mix and match size, styles, and materials without looking mismatched. And a white backdrop will focus attention on the plants that produced all that beautiful green foliage.

Here are 10 white patio pots and planters we’re currently coveting:

Above: LA-based Potted sells a selection of white pots and planters including Bauer Biltmore Pots ($150 for a pot with a 12-inch diameter) and cast stone Balls By Botanica ($45 to $50, depending on size); metal Leggy Stands are available in three heights from 12 to 24 inches and at prices ranging from $55 to $75 depending on height.

Above: From Jamali Garden, a lightweight, waterproof molded resin white Copenhagen Planter is available in three sizes at prices ranging from $38 to $78.

Above: A handmade stoneware Snowy Hanging Pot with a white glaze and 22-inch hemp twine hanger is $65 from LA-based TW Workshop.

Above: A Modernica Case Study Ceramic With Wood Stand is $149 from Y Living.

Above: Neutral concrete colored NativeCast Alapocas Bowls come in 7-inch ($35) and 9-inch ($45) sizes. Each planter comes fitted with a drainage hole and coco fiber insert to diffuse water over the drainage hole.

Above: A porcelain Scribble Hanging Planter is available in seven colors and comes with a trio of leather hanging straps; $96 from Pigeon Toe.

Above: From Ikea, a white earthenware Trosso Plant Pot suitable for indoor or outdoor use is $39.99.

Above: A set of Three Porcelain And Leather Hanging Containers is $135 from Farrah Sit. The strap is available in a natural, amber, or chocolate tanned leather. The planters can be ordered as a set or individually. There is also a rope hanging version at offer.

Above: A white Large Square Planter is $14.95 from Crate and Barrel.

Above: From Ben Wolff, white Clay Flowerpots with saucers are available in a variety of shapes and sizes; prices for the pieces shown range from $26 (L) to $62 (R).

For more of our favorite white pots and planters, see:

Finally, are you planning a Decks & Patios project? Learn everything you need to know on to get started with our Hardscaping 101: Decks & Patios 101 guide.

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