Newsflash: Houseplants are definitely having a moment. Sure, those among us blessed with green thumbs (lucky!) have always loved a potted plant or two, but these days you'd be hard-pressed to enter a stylish interior and not spot a fiddle-leaf fig, succulent, or other such greenery, leaving those of us with black thumbs scrambling to learn how to keep plants alive.
A resurgence of planters and plant stands in a wide variety of styles has come with this green wave. Your default brown ceramic planter will no longer do on its own. Besides, come fall, you'll want to surround yourself with plants, which are scientifically proven mood enhancers. And let's not forget they literally clear the air.
Ready to give your own space the greenhouse treatment? Look no further than the best plant stands on the market and give your greenery the spotlight it deserves.
Rattan is a trend we'll always hold dear. This would fit perfectly into a Cali-cool or neutral space.
This double-decker plant stand will showcase your best green thumb prowesses with style.
We know you've retired chevron from tiles and rugs, but we think it looks super chic as a tripod-like plant stand. Thoughts?
Monochrome is our go-to. It's classic and stands the test of time.
We can't believe how pretty this plant stand is for the price.
If you're after a striking planter, this one is our top choice. It's not often you see an all-black one, but we're into it.
Metallics will always be the easiest color to blend in with any interior design style.
This one works both inside and outside. It has a cute farmhouse style while still feeling elevated for a very low price of $25.
Give your plants a cheery midcentury flair with this yellow wire plant stand.
This three-legged concrete and wood planter will give a space a raw industrial feel. Its petite size makes it ideal for small spaces.
If you're really not into the chevron earlier, then these straight-legged beauties are sure to light your eyes up.
This plant stand is as unique as it gets. Try this midcentury classic with a collection of succulents.
This multi-level plant stand works great with cascading plants to create layers of greenery.
Fill your entryway with this mid-century tripod plant stand and a set of sculptural plants.
Sometimes simple is best—and this Menu plant stand is the perfect example.
Midcentury lovers will adore this wooden-leg planter that feels like it belongs in a Philip Johnson house.
This wire plant stand will make even make banal planters look good.