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Plant Pots with Gold Accents You Can Shop Online for Your Home Garden

Add some elegance to a plain display!

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When you want to add more color to your garden but can't commit to new plants, shopping for a fresh set of pots is the next best thing. For a minimalist and elegant feel that pleases the eye, you can't go wrong with planters with light streaks of gold.

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Check out the online shops below for ones you can add to your display:

Nest Plant Studio Luxe 5 Pot Finish (price available upon request)

When you buy a potted plant set from Nest Plant Studio, you can upgrade your pot to this elegant design for a small fee.

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C and C Amara Woven (P2900-4800, candcph.com)

C and C's woven planters come in this adorable pink and gold colorway that'll add a pop of color to your space.


Spruce Plant Shop Navy Blue Pot Design E (P1200 with sensation plant)

The gold triangles on this adorable navy blue planter spruces it up without being overwhelming.

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Pots for Plants Porcelain Pot with Gold Lining and Iron Stand (P1520, potsforplants.ph)

Your mini indoor plants would look amazing in these porcelain pots. It comes in a set of three, too, so you can have greens in different spots in your place.

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Pots for Plants Marble Finish Porcelain Ceramic Pots with Iron Stand (P1599, potsforplants.ph)

For a slightly more decorative version, opt for a marble finish. Choosing among blue, pink, green, and gray sets for your plant babies.

Plantitas of Manila White and Gold Table Pots (price available upon request)

You can never go wrong with a white and gold combo for anything, your plants included. That said, you'll love the rustic and unique textures of the ones from Plantitas of Manila.

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