8 Plant Stands & Standing Planters You Can Shop Now

updated Jun 4, 2020
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To be frank, we’re of the opinion that the more plants, the better. But if you’re tight on space, you might think you don’t have the room for that extra greenery. The solution? Go vertical. Hanging planters and plant stands can help you squeeze in more plants by taking them off your windowsills and shelves and placing them in new areas. Plant stands in particular not only give you more space to work with, but they add an extra design element and help showcase your precious greens, too. We rounded up nine plant stands that will give your sprouts the attention they deserve.

David & Rau Mid-Century Modern Plant Stand

This wood plant stand is a sophisticated option, giving your plants a home that’ll fit right in with your mid-century modern decor. Available in five different wood options (walnut, beech, cherry, oak, and maple) and 16 (!) sizes, this is a customizable choice that will add a polished look to your space and accentuate your plant. 

Buy: David & Rau Mid-Century Modern Plant Stand, starts at $53.96 from Etsy

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Bamboo Basket Stands

For something different from traditional plant stands, consider this set of two basket stands from Jungalow. Made of bamboo baskets with metal stands, this set is perfect for completing your boho space, and will look equally good when paired together or separated.

Buy: Bamboo Basket Stands (set of 2), $269 from Jungalow

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Mid-Century Turned Wood Leg Planter

Another take on mid-century design this ‘50s-inspired standing planter has a clean silhouette and solid wood legs—and unlike other options, it comes with the planter. Place it next to your TV stand or a chair to add more depth to your space. 

Buy: Mid-Century Turned Wood Leg Planter, $180 $144 from West Elm

Kate & Laurel Tri-Level Plant Stand

Too many plants? Consider a plant stand that has room for multiple. This tri-level plant stand has a spot for three plants, each situated at a different height to add dimension. The modern step arrangement and white finish will give your plants a contemporary look and save you valuable space in your home. 

Buy: Kate & Laurel Tri-Level Plant Stand, $99.99 from Bed Bath & Beyond

Celeste Plant Stand

If you want to add some color to your space, consider this pink plant stand. Between the beautiful lines and charming neutral color, it’s as much a piece of art as it is a functional design element. Add one to your indoor or outdoor scape to show off your longer plants, like pothos or Tradescantia.

Buy: Celeste Plant Stand, starts at $88 from Anthropologie

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George Oliver Bramlett Plant Stand

If your style leans more on the Scandi side, snag this budget-friendly beachwood plant stand. The lighter finish of the wood is ideal for clean Scandi design, although it’s also available in walnut if you prefer something a bit more mid-century. It’s pretty small, making it a nice addition to a desk or bookshelf.

Buy: George Oliver Bramlett Plant Stand, $45.99 from Wayfair

Skye Rattan Stool

Going for a boho vibe? This rattan stool is seriously functional and has a variety of uses, including as a plant stand. The rounded arch cane legs give it a vintage vibe, which is good news for anyone who’s sick of modern hairpin legs. Even better: Any plant will pop against the rattan material.

Buy: Skye Rattan Stool, $49 from Urban Outfitters

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Iron Plant Stand

For a more traditional look, try this iron plant stand. Available in three sizes and two colors, it adds a crisp look for even your most eccentric plants, and can be used indoors and out. Pair it with a fun colored pot if you want to have some more fun, or keep up the classic look and go for a terra cotta planter.

Buy: Iron Plant Stand, starts at $22 from Terrain