Mix and Match our Pots to Suit your Space

When designing our new pot collection, we wanted a neutral, timeless-yet-modern color scheme where each hue would be striking on it’s own — but would also look great paired with other colors in the collection.

Drawing inspiration from the natural wonders of our home state of Michigan, we created a collection that that highlights the beauty of the plants. The refined organic palette, paired with the minimal and modern silhouette of the pots, creates endless mix and match options. Here’s how we suggest finding your perfect plant and pot match:

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Choose your Plant:

When we set out to find the perfect pot, we wanted something that would complement, not compete with, the natural beauty of each plant. Pick your favorite plant, then toggle through each pot color to see every striking combination the endless combos to find the best fit for your plant and your space!

Choose your Pot:

We know that purchasing a plant for your home is a commitment. You’re in it for the life of the plant, so you want a pot option that will seamlessly fit with your decor as your tastes change overtime. Here’s a little more about each color and our inspiration behind the collection:

ClayAn understated, classic brown inspired by warm desert sands.
StoneA clean, cool nearly-white gray inspired by limestone.
SlateA cool, blue-gray inspired by stormy skies.
IndigoA deep, saturated blue inspired by the waters of Lake Michigan.
CharcoalA deep, dark gray inspired by wet river rocks.

Mix and Match!

This collection is meant to work together! All colors compliment each other, which means your plant fam will look great in one of each color, or matchy-matchy in a uniform hue.

Here are some of our favorite plant and pot combinations:

Try pairing the Charcoal or Stone pot with bold, colorful plants. The Triostar Stromanthe, Calathea Medallion, and Burgundy Rubber Tree truly pop in either of these colors.

The Indigo pots compliment the lush, tropical varieties such as the Kimberly Queen Fern, Dracaena Limelight, Majesty Palm, Philodendron Hope Selloum, and Bird of Paradise. 

Our Slate pots seem to bring out the stunning patterns in plants like the Philodendron Brasil, Red Prayer Plant, and Peperomia Ginny.

We love the classic Clay color for more architectural plants like the Torch Cactus, Zenzi Plant, Ponytail Palm, and Sansevieria.