When it comes to floral arrangements, we鈥檙e all for thinking outside the pot (and the flower, for that matter), but sometimes you just have to bring it back to the classics. That鈥檚 where these next-level terra cotta pots come in. Throw on some Sinatra, kick back and prepare to spend all your free time painting, Mod Podge-ing and applying fabric until you鈥檝e recreated every one of these clay beauties (or finished your Netflix queue).

1. Gold Triangles: Even if geometry was never your thing, we know you can鈥檛 say no to these geometric beauties! (via Miss Renaissance)

2. Dip Dye: Soft pastel colors plus a hint of ombre make these dip-dyed pots the perfect blend of trendy and simple. (via I Spy DIY)

3. Marbled: The best thing about this DIY marbling technique is getting your hands dirty. (via Alana Jones-Mann)

4. Gold Chevron: You鈥檝e probably got the chevron technique down by now, but it never hurts to give it that extra gold oomph. (via Fleur de Sel)

5. Gold Foil Lettering: We love the idea of customizing your flower pots with your own thoughts, quotes and mantras. Plus, you can never go wrong with glitter. (via Nest of Posies)

6. Wave Color Block: This gorgeous design has us dreaming of the ocean. All you need for this one are cool shades of blue and thick rubber bands. (via Wit and Whistle)

7. White Color Block: For this totally chic look, just paint the upper half of the pots white and let the clay do its own thing on the bottom. We love the uneven, hand-painted aspect, but if you don鈥檛, you know where the painter鈥檚 tape is! (via Offbeat and Inspired)

8. Pastel Color Block: More color blocking, but this time with muted, warm tones. Is it weird to call a flower pot cozy? (via A Beautiful Mess)

9. Pink Glitter: If you鈥檇 rather make a glitzy statement, go for an all-over pink glitter pot. Then pair it with some old-school books for a photo-worthy juxtaposition. (via The Pretty Bee)

10. Gold Leaf: We know the power of well-placed gold leaf, and you can get yours here. (via Brit + Co)

11. Gold Patterned: Let the negative space do the talking with these fab gold creations. (via Delia Creates)

12. Pink and Copper: Switch up your metals to create this lovely copper and pink pot. (via Oh So Pretty)

13. Modern Gold: Holy terra cotta! These statement-making pots have varied designs with a common gold theme to tie them together perfectly. (via The Crafty Woman)

14. Copper Leaf: Now we just have to get our hands on a moon cactus (or perhaps the pillow version)鈥 (via Woods of Bell Trees)

15. Simply Gold: There鈥檚 that color blocking again, but this time gold and white look oh-so lovely contrasted with the twine macrame hanger. (via Lovely Indeed)

16. Colorful Macrame: Or you could just stick with a plain white pot and an ultra-colorful hanger. (via Delightfully Tacky)

17. White聽Lace: You really can鈥檛 go wrong with white lace and succulents. (via A Beautiful Mess)

18. Purple Lace: Combine gold leaf and lace-lined techniques for a ridiculously beautiful succulent garden. (via Wedding Chicks)

19. Floral Flower Pots: Use any fabric you can get ahold of to completely customize your pots. We love this flower-on-flower action 鈥 it鈥檚 like a Canadian tuxedo for plants! (via Emmaline Bride)

20. Polished Pot: Do you have a drawer full of nail polish you鈥檝e had since the last time chokers were in? Here鈥檚 the perfect DIY to clear them out while creating super cool pots. (via Hello Natural)

21. Neon Color Block: If it isn鈥檛 neon, then it shouldn鈥檛 be on鈥 these pots! (via Hello Bee)

22. Abstract: Go ahead and get artsy with yo鈥 bad self. These abstract black-and-white designs have us feelin鈥 totally introspective. (via I Spy DIY)

23. Pink Polka Dots: Why not spruce up your plain-white pots with bright pink dot sticker? #Genius (via Sarah Hearts)

24. Geometric: Keep it cute and simple with this black-and-white triangular pattern. (via Delightfully Tacky)

25. Ikat: Or, get a little more intricate with these crazy-cool ikat-patterned pots. (via Kate Bello)

26. Yellow Herringbone: This yellow herringbone pattern is way cool, and perfect for the bright, sunny months to come. Does anyone else see a pineapple resemblance here? (via Sparkle Living Blog)

Ready to go buy ALL the terra cotta pots? Which one of these beauties would you like to display in your home? Let us know in the comments below.