Who doesn’t have a little something they’d like to hide away? Thankfully, antique and designer cachepots make it easy—a cinch, really.
While its name derives from the French word for “hide”: "cacher," the cachepot is most often used as a planter (hence the reason you’ll so often find them in pairs). Use a pair of cachepots to house exotic orchids and place them on a fireplace mantel, or use a cachepot to add a dose of personality and function to a bar. In addition to ceramic cachepots, you might also consider antique cachepots that are crafted of stone and metal, which will lend an unexpected note.