If you haven't discovered home decor superstore At Home yet, you're in for a nice surprise. It's not everywhere yet — only about 33 states so far — but this up and coming big box chain carries a large range of furniture, housewares and seasonal items. Before it went full on home, it started as a garden supply store (called Garden Ridge at the time) which declared bankruptcy in 2004, before re-emerging in 2014 in its current form. It held onto its roots however, which means it has an amazing selection of garden pots and planters —in every shape and size imaginable —at pretty reasonable prices. We waded through 1100 of them and pulled some of our favorites.
Small Indoor Pots Under $10
Gold Cement Rim Pot; $9.99: The rusticity of the cement finish, combined with the chic brass finish makes this an appealing little pot. It looks very on trend.
Ceramic Face Pot; $9.99: Um, this little guy packs in a lot of personality. It can also be a great vase if you like flowers instead.
Cement Bowl with Base; $19.99: This wide-mouthed shallow container would be a great home for a succulent garden.
Blue Crackle Glazed Pot; $7.99: This rectangular pot looks old school, and the blue would look so nice against lush green leaves.
Elevated Planters Under $40
Pink Blush Tripod Stand; $19.99: This planter's modern legs and pink glaze make it look a lot for expensive that twenty bucks. It also comes in white and as a slighter taller version, which would look great as a pair.
Cement Planter with Stand; $19.99: Hairpin legs elevate this pot above all others, and let you get a nice tiered look.
White Iron Plant Stand;$39.00: How great would this look under a window in your apartment? It's modern, streamlined and very expensive-looking.
Grey Metal Triple Planter; $39.99: If you like the industrial look, this this galvanized finish is for you. It has the added bonus of three planters all in one, which make it more of a focal point.
Larger Planters Under $50
White Textured Planter; $49.99: This planter is just the sort of modern elegance that is a great backdrop to beautiful foliage. You can imagine two of these flanking a front door.
Petal Modern Planter; $49.99: At almost 17" wide, this guy with graceful soft lines that are simple, but very pretty.
Black Rectangular Planter; $49.99: Modern and basic.
Charcoal Linea Planter: $49.99; The grooved lines on this round planter give it a little texture and interest. We'd love to see some ornamental grasses planted in this one.
Hanging Planters Under $20
White Plastic Michelle Planter; $5.99: At this price, you can afford to stock up and create a gorgeous vertical garden, inside or out. It would be especially nice for a kitchen herb garden. Although these are plastic, they are sleek and good-looking enough to show off.
Hanging Metal Bucket; $7.99: These basic planters are casual and cute, and come in a range of bright colors. Hook them over a wall or fence, and add something sweet to your backyard.
Black Ceramic Hanging Pot; $7.99: This ceramic planter is just the right level of handsome. Hang a couple at different heights.
Hanging Ring Planter; $19.99: This modern circular planter is nice and simple (and would look even better spray painted another color besides green perhaps). If you like the color, it also comes in an orange/pink combo.