The Cult-Favorite $30 Planter That’s Perfect for Small Spaces

updated May 3, 2019
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If you have a studio or one-bedroom apartment, then you know firsthand that there isn’t much room to turn around in.

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You have to be savvy with your space—where your coffee table acts as a makeshift storage chest, the sides of cabinets are tricked out with space-creating shelves, and every inch of the room is stacked and layered to help you feel like you have more room than you actual do. Which is why adding in plants to a not-so-big apartment can be tricky. You can’t exactly wrestle a fridge-sized fiddle leaf fig tree in there, or let a fern stretch out its leaves and cover up half the living room.

But that doesn’t mean you have to make your abode plantless. You just have to get crafty on how to wedge your Pothos, Jade, or Snake Plants into nooks and corners.

Enter Umbra’s Trigg planters, which are a cult-favorite among people who dwell in small spaces. Geometric wall vessels that come in trendy metal colors like brass and copper, they help you bring the outdoors in and onto your walls, adding greenery without taking up any windowsill or shelving space.

They’re wall mounted on just one small pin, and they come in a range of different sizes letting you choose how big or small you want your containers to be. You can buy small vessels in a two-pack or large ones as singles, and once you accumulate a few you can arranged them in a multitude of compositions, depending on what looks best in your space.

You can choose between a brass and white ceramic hanger, or a copper and concrete resin hanger, and if you like the look of them but don’t necessarily want plants on your walls, you can easily repurpose them as storage cups for supplies and knickknacks.

You can bunch them up together to create a modern geometric design in the middle of a gallery wall, use them to spruce up a small hallway wall, or mix and match the bigger and smaller options to make them feel less matchy-matchy. Plus, there is a tabletop vase option for those who have the room to spare on their coffee tables or bookcases.

Check out all the options below:

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