There are no strict rules when it comes to arranging pots, but strategically placing them can instantly elevate any indoor space.
To create a striking focal point, consider using a single pot that makes a bold statement, or fill it with an assortment of plants for a dramatic effect. For instance, you might pair a large, showy frangipani with small succulents or a vibrant bougainvillea to add a pop of color.
To soften an unadorned wall or an awkward corner, choose a stylish and attention-grabbing plant or multiple plants. You can go for three different plants of different sizes, foliage and texture like shown in the image below.
If you're looking to create a more formal and symmetrical garden, place pots on either side of your front door or in rows to line a path or patio area. Stick to one style and shape to maintain consistency.
On the other hand, if you want a relaxed and informal atmosphere, group pots of various sizes and shapes together. Aim for an odd number for balance, and choose plants with different colors and textures to keep things interesting throughout the year.
Now that we've covered the fundamentals, let's begin selecting some planters to help you create a your home sanctuary.