Four mid-century modern planters add a Mad Men touch to any garden.
If you've been inspired by the Modernist house and garden of the Miller House in "Inventing the Modern Garden," you can add a mid-century dash of cool to your home with these four planters.
First manufactured in the 1950s, the midcentury bullet planter from Design Within Reach is in molded fiberglass atop a tripod of powder-coated steel ($166; dwr.com )
G21 S2 Pedestal in Glazed Ceramic
Vessel's collection of Architectural Pottery includes this handmade G21 S2 pedestal in glazed ceramic, shown here in matte black ($668; architecturalpottery.com )
Chicago-and now Brooklyn-based Sprout Home offers designs with an approachable, contemporary aesthetic, found here in the clean lines of the faceted terra-cotta Geo Planter ($40; sprouthome.com )