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15 Indoor Plant Stand Options for Every Houseplant

Give your favorite houseplants a place of honor in your living space with a new indoor plant stand. We found options for every décor style.

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plant standVia Merchant

Shelf for Multiple Plants

We love this extra-large plant stand for the gardener with an extra-large collection of houseplants, from succulents to snake plants. Place this up against a wall for a lush display of greenery. There’s always room in your home for one more plant, right?

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corner plant standVia Merchant

Tiered Tall Plant Stand

This tiered wooden plant stand is a perfect choice for displaying multiple houseplants in a small space. The circular design means you can easily rotate it to make sure your plants are getting enough light.

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bird legs plant standVia Merchant

Bird Legs Plant Stand

If you want a touch of whimsy in your indoor décor, you need this adorable decorative table with metal “bird legs” as the base. Add a plant with trailing leaves to make it look like a bird with fluffy feathers.

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plant stand with birdsVia Merchant

Cast Iron Stand With Birds

Display your plants on the top of this cast iron plant stand, and keep your gardening supplies handy on the shelf below. Four little songbirds add a touch of sweetness to the design.

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metal plant standVia Merchant

Three-Level Metal Shelving

Display three levels of indoor plants on this sturdy metal plant stand. You could also display picture frames and small decorative items on the shelves.

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bronze plant standVia Merchant

Heart-Shaped Bronze Stand

If you’re the ultimate plant lover, place your leafy friends on this lovely plant stand with heart-shaped details. We love the antique bronze finish.

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vintage plant standVia Merchant

The Pioneer Woman Vintage Plant Stand

Looking for color? This pretty red and blue piece will brighten up any corner of your home. It would look especially lovely in a kitchen, bathroom or sunroom.

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wood plant tableVia Merchant

Solid Wood Plant Table

Sometimes simple is best. If you need to squeeze a small potted plant into a narrow space, try this solid Acacia wood table. As a bonus, there’s a drawer where you can store the remote control.

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Spun Metal Plant Stand

If your indoor plants are as precious as gold for you, these plant stands are the perfect choice. The shimmering brass finish looks especially refined.

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Wayfair plant standVia Wayfair

Two-Shelf Black Stand

A colorful blooming houseplant would look especially lovely on this elegant black metal plant stand. It’s appropriate for indoor or outdoor use.

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lotus flower plant standVia Merchant

Handmade Lotus Flower Stand

Relax and feel your stress melting away every time you look at your handmade lotus flower plant table. This would be a gorgeous accent in any room of your home.

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monstera plant standVia Merchant

Monstera Leaf Table

If you love growing Monstera plants, why not get a plant stand to match! The tabletop looks just like one of this tropical plant’s unique “Swiss cheese” leaves.

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midcentury modern plant standVia Merchant

Mid-Century Modern

For gardeners who cultivate a mid-century modern style in their home décor, these clean-lined stands will fit right in. Choose from solid walnut, maple, cherry or oak wood.

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plant standsVia Merchant

Square Tapered Plant Bases

Larger pots need sturdy support to keep them off of the floor, and this pair of wood and metal stands is up to the job. They’ll look great showing off your biggest houseplants.

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pedestal plant tableVia Merchant

Round Pedestal

Basic does not have to be boring. Sometimes you need a simple, functional piece that looks great in your space. The white tabletop and straight legs will keep the focus on your pretty plants.

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Lori Vanover
Lori Vanover is the senior digital editor for Birds & Blooms. She has a bachelor's degree in agricultural and environmental communications from the University of Illinois. Lori is certified as a Wisconsin Extension Master Gardener and is also a member of the Wisconsin Society for Ornithology.