Because of the endless possibilities for garden décor themes, the designs and materials used for flower pots greatly vary. This means, people should not have a difficult time in finding the most suitable for their preferences or their existing décor. There are pots for plants and flowers that are intended for outdoor use.
There are also ones made for creating indoor gardens. No matter how minimal indoor and outdoor setups are, people simply cannot deny how it transforms the space into something more relaxing. Aside from the production of oxygen, aesthetics has also much to do with how it affects the ambiance of the room.
There are ones meant to be displayed on the floor while others are intended to be used with other pieces. For instance, lightweight versions are ideal for those plants that need to be hanged. As some flowering plants need to be appreciated more, pots can also be placed on top of pedestals to set them at eye level.
Materials used for making flower pots include different kinds of clay and some synthetic materials. The finishing can also vary. Some people like the idea of making use of pots in their raw state. Those are especially ideal in country style and primitive décor. Others choose those that have varnishes especially when they want more protection. Those finished in varnish look more polished and those may be fitting for certain kinds of decorating themes. It really depends on what the overall theme décor the space has.
For instance, modern interiors may do better with fiberglass pots. Ones finished in bright colored paints would also do wonders especially that it would stand out against the neutral background. On the other hand, those with a natural look such as weathered terra cotta, brown stones and black stones and other alternative garden pots would blend much better in spaces with rustic appeal.