give your plants LIFE in a new spring planter
so many planters to fill, so little time.
Published Apr 11, 2016 5:00 AM
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If you’re easily excited by pastels, planters, and plants, prepare to lose your mind. The Sill, our favorite NYC-based plant shop, is launching a new spring collection of planters in the cutest blush, yellow, and blue hues. But that’s not all… They’ve also collaborated with ceramist Brian Giniewski to create a limited edition line of one-of-a-kind planters that our entire office can’t stop fawning over.
Keep reading for more details on The Sill‘s newest spring planters and our favorite planters you can shop on domino.
Now, you may have noticed that Giniewski’s planters have a distinct style that can be described as “the drip”.
Giniewski told The Sill, “I started making these garish, super-saturated, drippy, candy colored vases that matched the 60s psychedelic theme of the gala [I was commissioned to make centerpieces for]. The event organizer was actually pretty upset with me when I showed her the first batch. She was afraid they were going to clash with the tablecloths… I loved that and kept pushing to make them even more exaggerated.”
The design almost evokes the visual of a melting ice cream cone, and the stripes a more modern feel. The limited edition planters are priced at $68.
The blush, yellow, and blue planters are available in five different sizes, sold to fit The Ezra, The Calvert, The Jules, The August, and The Olmsted plants. All of The Sill’s planters are designed in-house, are made locally in New Jersey, are priced at $38-$48, and available online.
The planters are available in The Sill’s NYC store and available online for NYC delivery. Don’t worry, The Sill ships nationwide!
Shop The Sill’s new collaboration and spring collection on TheSill.com. Keep reading for more of our favorite spring planters!
Square Planter with Burnt Orange Stripes
We get bright and cheery vibes from this one.
La Paloma Square Planter
Opt for a blue and white patterned planter for a more sophisticated feel.
Oval Planter in Blue Stripes
Pop some succulents or flowers into this 14 inch planter and leave on your windowsill or porch.
Plant Box in Gray
Who doesn’t love a good plant box? We love how modern this model is.
Plant Box in Blue
Choose the blue hue for a bolder pop of color, and add even more with some red flowers.
Spun Planter in Copper
We can’t get enough of metallics, especially copper. It feels fresh for summer!
Wise Egg Planter
These modern, sleek pots and plant stands will add chicness to any room of your home.
Grow Pot with a Wooden Board
Place your plant in a more unconventional pot that’s attached to a wood board.
Stellare Oval Planter
The starburst pattern feels so summery! And perfect for a patio.
Radius Pot in Narrow
This tiny gold pot can accommodate any six inch potted plant—and pairs great with black and white decor.
Iris Planter + Chevron Stand
This simple, minimalist design will blend right in to a modern home.
Terracotta Stoneware Hanging Planter
Hanging planters are the BEST. We’re loving how the white string adds another element of design to this basic terracotta planter.
Ivory Hexagon Vase
Upgrade your average round planter with a baby hexagon version.
Ivory Table Top Planter
Pot your plant lower in the pot so the negative space design doesn’t display soil, but your succulent.
Set of 3 Micro Hex Planters with Live Air Plants
The cutest tiny cement planters come with easy to care for air plants. We can’t imagine a better pairing.
Chelsea Fibreclay Box Planter 21.5″ in Sand
If you’re looking for a pot for your larger plants, look past cheap plastic variations and choose to invest in a sturdy planter like you see here.
Crossed Fibercement Square Planter 21″
Or check out this similar style in black for a different look.
Roger Thomas Quatrefoil Planter in Matte Gold
The unique shape of this matte gold planter is sure to get some attention from your plant (and planter) loving friends!
Set Of 3 Leather Spora
You can hang so much more than prints on your walls—including a trio of plants.
Structural Hanging Planter
The design is an elevated version of regular terracotta hanging planters.
White Kiri Wood Cube Planter
Go for a clean cut, light wash wood box planter for a more Scandinavian feel.
Pleated Cement Pot
The cement gives this pot an industrial feel, but the ridged design evokes a very modern feeling, too.
Black Polyresin Vase
Sometimes playing to the classics, like this beautiful urn planter, is just what a home needs.
Oversized True Square Corten Steel Planter
We’re confident this rustic, square planter could work with many design styles.
Oversized Element Corten Steel Planter
If you already have enough round (and square!) planters, try a more unique shape.
Round Wood Hanging Vessel
We LOVE the pop of neon in this otherwise neutral hanging planter.
Mossed Redstone Pot & Saucer
Sometimes these already weathered pots and saucers are just what you’re looking for.