1. Group Planters of Different Sizes
Pair similar low bowl planters in different sizes to add dimension to your spaces. Use the same colors for a monochrome finish. For a more vivid presentation, mix up colors, shapes, and sizes to add interest and contrast.
2. Place on Ledges and Wide Railings
Place a series of low bowl planters along a ledge or railing to add a finishing touch to an interior or exterior design. The roundness of the low bowl planter adds softness to the hard lines of ledges and wide railings. Set a series of planters along a ledge for symmetry, or just use a singular planter for a solo moment.
3. Use as an exterior landscaping centerpiece
Bring a focal point to your exterior landscapes with an extra-large low bowl planter. The short height keeps sight lines clear, all while bringing attention and providing a base for plants and foliage.
4. Liven up the corner of a room
For blank room corners, add a large low bowl planter with a striking plant to add texture and draw interest. Taller plants help to draw eyes up to other design elements, while shorter plants help to lead the eyes around a room and provide natural textures.
5. Make a statement
Use a planter with bold modern lines to make a statement. The short stature of a low bowl plant container commands attention while letting the plant take center stage. Place one of these low bowl planters prominently in your home to display a living plant arrangement.
The ample space that a low bowl planter provides makes it easy to add a significant amount of greenery to a design. Beyond creative placement, further customize your plant designs with unique colors, bright plants, and creative top dressings.