The green trend obliges, the plants to invite themselves from the floor to the ceiling. Planters on the balcony or the terrace, hanging plants in the living room or aromatic plants in the kitchen, the indoor/outdoor borders disappear to let a soft plant atmosphere hover. Monsteras, cacti, and other plants no longer only meet our natural needs, they have evolved, over the seasons, into decorative elements in their own right.
The advantages of the cache-pot
Graphics for some, colorful for others, although the foliage of green plants is as lush as it is elegant, these require containers to match the height to be highlighted. Intended to contain and embellish a plant, the cache-pot seems to combine a few advantages. On the one hand, having no hole at its base for the evacuation of water, this accessory avoids staining the furniture on which it may be. On the other hand, the cache pot is much more decorative than a simple pot often made of clay. These are all assets that make this element a decorative object to adopt both outside and inside.
What looks like an indoor flowerpot and an outdoor flowerpot?
More stylish than ever, the cache-pot is perfectly imbued with current trends, the better designers and other publishers have it in their sights. High planter, standing planter, or wicker planter, this accessory traditionally intended for the garden is adorned with soft colors and rather natural materials for indoor use. Outside, whether it’s a design flowerpot or a cheap flowerpot, it naturally sports rather resistant materials such as zinc, resin, or terracotta, to cope with bad weather.
Be aware, however, that the cachepot puts the plant at risk. If its roots are too wet, they can easily rot. Remember to empty the cache pot from time to time to preserve your green plant.