Succulents are so in right now, but terra-cotta pots are so out, so why not pair that echeveria you got at the farmer's market in a gold-painted Triceratops pot instead? In her online Etsy shop, Bay Area resident Heather Fields Martinucci sells brightly painted planters in the $20 to $50 range, made of hollowed-out vintage animal toys, like rhinoceroses, hippos, elephants, and, of course, dinosaurs. Many of the planters even come with succulents, lichen, and moss gathered from Martinucci's own backyard. (Though we don't know where exactly she lives, she does say that she lives in a "coastal redwood forest.") For a one-of-a-kind, conversation-starter item, it doesn't get much better than this.