At Planters Etc., every planter is painted to order. Our deep inventory is stored in a primed state allowing us to offer a variety of colors and combinations to enhance any décor.
Our Stock Of Colors Suit Any Project
We stock 20 different paints (color samples below) in gloss and matte finishes. Make sure to indicate your color preference when ordering. If you’re not sure about which color is right for your planter, don’t worry! Our team would be happy to provide spray out samples for you to match and compare with your décor. Sometimes the screen just doesn’t do the color justice. Take a look at our articles to get some inspiration or you can contact us and we’ll be happy to advise.
If our selection does not fully meet your needs, we can always special-order paints using RAL codes. Please contact an associate to explore our custom color options.
Custom Orders Require Additional Time To Be Painted And Processed
At the time of your order, your planter(s) will be pulled from inventory, prepped for paint, painted and then are subjected to our rigorous quality assurance inspection. This process can take several days, but we promise our planters are worth the wait!
What Colors Work With Planters?
Here are some essential tips to help you get the best planter color for your needs.
A good rule for color selection is to use the same colors as your existing decor. However, planter colors can also be used to create a contrast that’s a focal point in the room. For example, planters in jewel tones like navy or deep red give a bold accent to neutral interior colors.
Bright colors are great for a modern setting, while soft colors are better suited to a rustic atmosphere. Light woods and wicker look great with colors like peach, light green or blue. White planters will give any room a fresh feel, while black can add a touch of elegance to any space.
Best Planter Colors For Different Climate
If you live in a warm climate, it might be better to choose a lighter shade of planter, as dark colors will absorb heat and may be hot to stand or sit near. Light colors tend to reflect light, making a room brighter and cozier.
If you live in a colder climate, opt for dark planters as they offer more warmth and will create coziness. Top tip: If you can’t decide, then a neutral color like off-white can always blend with your existing decor.
Whichever planter color you choose, the quality of our paint finishes and planters are guaranteed to be the best, and we are certain they will be an integral part of your home decor or office ambiance.
Begin your planter adventure today. Order online to get started!
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