I am not sure if you can see the detail on the white ceramic, but it is a very calming pattern. You would see this in nature on a giraffe or turtle shell. The pots do appear more sleek and contemporary but if you added tall flowering branches or green vines, WOW!
I love the pretty scroll work on this lantern/vase. If you add a glass insert you can use it as a vase. Nature does not have an exact repeating pattern, however can't you just see this down the center of a bridal luncheon table with great big white and blue hydrangea and some moss? Simple elegance, but completely achieved by the container.
A trusty stand by if you want just a natural ceramic. Very plain, perfect for an orchid, spotlights the beauty of the orchid and not the pot. Add some spunk with bamboo and trellis.
Almost birch looking! You can go wildflower galore in this container. The whimsical, feather like veronica gives a softer look to a very rigid container.
What a perfect container for a succulent planter: it is all the rage for succulents. Easy to grow and maintain and low water intake to boot. Ferns would look great as well.