These planters are made of a lightweight concrete material, so they are easy to move around while still remaining durable. Concrete planters can serve as a nice bold focal point on your patio when you fill them with bright-colored flowers and place them around darker-colored furniture. Concrete will also help insulate your plants when temperatures drop.
Emily Henderson chose West Elm’s concrete Iris Indoor/Outdoor planters for her look. These vessels come with metal holders and range in size from $14.99 for a small tabletop one to $202 for a large floor planter with three separate pots. Concrete planters are extremely durable and weather-resistant. So, you’ll have them for years to come, which can help you justify spending a few hundred on them.
If you want to spend a little less, you can get a medium-sized planter on a wooden stand on Etsy for $105. You can also cut down on price by skipping the stand. Target sells a beautiful tall 17″ wide, oval-shaped planter for $80. Lowes offers a more decorative and romantic look with this stout planter for just $35. You can also opt for a concrete planter box, like this one from Home Depot, that sells for $85. Concrete planters come in various shapes and sizes and will create an air of elegance when used in your outdoor spaces.