Share “Planters That Look Like Heads”

Planters That Look Like Heads

Published on NewsOK Published: February 25, 2013
Advertisement

Plastic Photo Face Pots: These custom printed face pots are a modern take on the face pot. A photo of your choice is set between an inner plastic flower pot and a clear outer layer of plastic, so that the entire pot seems to be a photo. It's a fun way to honor someone special. These are, though, the creation of a company in Khazakstan, and may not be available widely stateside.

Rock Face Garden Planters: I have no idea who makes these, but they're all over eBay, and they sell for about $19 for a set of two. Cute and surprising, the faces in these rock-textured planters are sort of charming. They would add a whimsical touch to a rock garden.

Campania Williamsburg Orabelle Planter: This cast stone planter is an absolute classic. The foliage and flowers that grow from the pot seem to create a crown above the beautiful face of the planter. Weighing in at 60 pounds, this is a true investment piece for your garden. Contact Campania International for price.

The Fairy Head Planter from Bellacor: This cute fairy is made of handmade solid cast stone. Her face is pretty, and she has cute pointy ears. The planter can be used indoors or outdoors. Dress her hair with beautiful plants, in winter or in summer. $134.95 at Bellacor.com.

Head Vases by Plants on the Brain: The planters in Plants on the Brain, and Etsy shop run by someone with the handle clayflower22, are planters for the connoisseur of things a little bit spooky, a little bit kooky. From babies to glamorous ladies, the faces on the vases by Plants on the Brain are definitely cool. Most of the vases run from $20 - $30 on Etsy.

Modern White Baby Head Vase by Mudpuppy: The Modern White Baby Head Vase is so cute! This happy baby face sprouts can sprout any kind of hairdo. The sculptural vase is made of slipcast stoneware by the artist Michael McDowell. $45 on Etsy.

Chaya Kurtz writes about everything from Seattle concrete contractors to roofers for Networx.com.

  View original post.
NewsOK.com has disabled the comments for this article.