There’s nothing more thrilling than landing on the perfect dresser, sofa, planter, or silverware and finding out that—score!—it’s on sale. But that chase takes work. Thankfully we’ve scoured the Internet for you to unearth the best plant accessory sales of the week.
Sol Bookend Planter by Capra Designs, Verishop ($43.30, was $69)
Bookshelf styling is something we talk a lot about at Domino. It’s all about finding that balance of plants, books, and decorative objects. This Capra planter delivers all three—and in a fresh turmeric hue.
Sing the Blues
Heritage Garden Hose, Terrain (44.95, was $60)
Everyone has a green hose. Break from the mold and give the utilitarian item a burst of fun in a cobalt hue, which especially stands out against a green lawn. Just sayin’.
To the Prairie
Form Planter, Hawkins ($87.50, was $125)
While this XL planter may appear terracotta at first glance, it’s actually made of rustic aluminum, which gives even a studio apartment a pastoral vibe.
White Houseplant Pruner, Soil & Clay ($7, was $20)
Floral sheers are often more expensive than you’d expect; a deal this good is rare. For the price of just two coffees you get an understated tool that will guarantee no yellow leaves in sight.
A Classic Container
Bullet Planter by Hip Haven, DWR ($80.75, was 95)
Originally manufactured in the ’50s, this raised pot is now made by Hip Haven and in an array of fun colors, from turquoise to tangerine. With a 9-inch diameter, it turns out the “mini” is not so mini—and we’ve even seen it used as an ice-filled drink holder.
Preston Watering Can, Urban Outfitters ($24, was $29)
Fact: Plants live longer when watered with a cute watering can. (We hear plant food helps, too.) This one’s clean Scandi design makes it just as display worthy as a pink princess philodendron.
Sketchbook Indoor/Outdoor Planter, West Elm ($9.99, was $30)
This two-tone earthenware pot looks so much more expensive than it actually is. Stylist tip: Plant a drapey satin pothos so you see a pop of bright blue peeking through the leaves.
The Perfect Present
Flowerpot, Hay ($8, was $20)
When you think $8 planter, you probably imagine something from the hardware store. Instead this sophisticated 4-inch Hay pot is the perfect size for gifting—with a succulent inside, of course. It’s modern, minimalist, and—most important—heavily discounted.
Eau Balcony Box by Ferm Living, Batten Home ($98, was $109)
For those of you with balconies (I envy you!), it would be a crime to pass up the opportunity for a hanging flower box. This one is weatherproof (thanks to powder-coated steel) and Bauhaus inspired.
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