The trend that we live in today is based on the approach of nature to our home. A connection with the natural world is shared, perhaps never experienced before. This concept present in urban areas also has its own style and ways. The flowerpots are the means by which we populate many of these areas or areas of our patio with green. They enjoy great popularity and the interesting thing is their innovative designs. Capable of transmitting in each piece a distinctive feature, regardless of the material of the flowerpots.
Modern concrete planters
In this sense, metal structures or those made from recycled plastic are very popular. The metal offers clean lines that highlight a certain geometric air. The flowerpots of this type give texture to the exterior and can be combined several of different dimensions to give greater dynamism. An interesting variant is the one designed by Margarita Kroucharska. Flowerpots wood curved with cuts in the lower part that make the built-in light shine. In turn, the cuts create excellent visual effects.
Placement for privacy
There are also some models available that can be more functional for small exteriors. I refer to those who combine banks and the pot itself, as a solution of aesthetic order. If this is the case we can opt for other variants of fiberglass. Most have an insulating surface that makes them resistant to deterioration and changes in temperatures. Its structure is very solid and they are suitable for areas of our patio in which we transit continuously.
Flowerpot with texture on white
A material that does not go out of fashion is concrete, in addition to its great strength the differentiating aspect is that they are breathable. In terms of design, a good choice of planters can help us to give more privacy to the space. A selection of high designs as in many of the images that we will see helps to delimit several zones. If we want to determine rooms or outdoor dining It is a good idea. Value these designs that we leave today and get inspired.
Design imitation flower pots
Design in decorated concrete
Circular base with curved lines
Integrated design of wood and concrete
Design by Margarita Kroucharska.
High variants with texture