Ceramic Plant Pot Design

A course by Xènia Bas
Ceramist. Barcelona, Spain.
Joined August 2019
, Ceramist

Craft the ideal home for your plants using artisanal techniques and modern designs

  • Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 98% Positive reviews (92)
  • 2889 students
 Ceramic Plant Pot Design

Craft the ideal home for your plants using artisanal techniques and modern designs

Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 98% Positive reviews (92)
  • 2889 students
  • Online and at your own pace
  • Audio: Spanish
  • Level: Beginner
  • 15 Lessons (3h 30m)
  • Available from the app
  • Spanish, English, Portuguese, German, French, Italian
  • Unlimited access forever
  • Certificate upon completion of the course

A good plant pot has not only the function of showcasing the beauty of a plant, but also that of welcoming and supporting it. The ceramist Xènia Bas founded her own brand of ceramics under this approach, which she applies to each one of her creations, molding them with special attention to the plant that will inhabit them.

In this course you will not only learn about pots, but also about plants, their needs and how to take care for them. Xènia will teach you the ceramic techniques to make various types of pots, taking into account the peculiarities of each plant on a functional and aesthetic level.

Before taking this course, we encourage you to learn from her previous course, Creation of Molds for Ceramic Reproduction, which will be very useful when applying knowledge about the use of molds.

About this course

Course table of contents

  • U1
    U1. Introduction
  • U2
    U2. About plants and ceramics
  • U3
    U3. Making the ceramic pots
  • U4
    U4. General care and interior design with plants
  • FP
    FP Final Project
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Start the course getting to know Xènia a little bit more, how her brand was born, her close relationship with nature, and also her personal experience. She explains what you are going to do in this course and why ceramics is the ideal material for pots.

Before getting to work, learn about plants and some particularities and things that you have to keep in mind before designing a pot for them.

Study ceramics as a support to create plant pots: its porosity, sustainability, durability, and variety of shapes and finishes.

Get your hands dirty learning four ceramic techniques to create four different styles of pots, suitable for also four types of plants: cactus, succulents, hanging plants, and bonsai.

At the end of the course learn some basic and very useful tips about the caring of your plants and some tricks to decorate spaces with them.

What is this course's project?

Create four plant pots for four types of plants.

Who is it for?

For those who love plants, ceramics, and to decorate your home with them.

What you need

Previous knowledge is not required.

The materials or tools you’ll need are wet clay and casting clay, roller, fabric, slats, engobe, glazes, plaster mold, expanded polystyrene mold, and different types of tools for working with ceramics that Xènia will detail during the course. In addition, for the mocha technique, you will need an infusion of tobacco and manganese or a ceramic dye.

Finally, you will need access to a ceramic oven to bake your pieces.


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Xènia Bas

A course by Xènia Bas


Xènia Bas is a ceramist and founder of Bas, a ceramic workshop in Barcelona. She studied at the School of Arts and Crafts and specialized in jewelry. The fact that her entire family was devoted to crafts has undoubtedly influenced her career.

In 2013, together with her husband, she founded her own brand, Bas, focused on contemporary designs for ceramic plant pots whose objective was to offer excellent quality craftsmanship. In 2016 they were awarded the prize for the best artisan brand in Catalonia, Spain. Currently, her work focuses on three aspects: pot design, projects for interior designers, restorers, illustrators, and other designers, as well as teaching ceramic workshops, specifically for the construction of ceramic molds.


  • U1


    • Presentation
    • Influences
    • What will we do in the course?
  • U2

    About plants and ceramics

    • Plants
    • Ceramics
    • Pots
  • U3

    Making the ceramic pots

    • Stone flower pot
    • Hanging Plant Pot 1
    • Hanging Plant Pot 2
    • Cactus pot 1
    • Cactus pot 2
    • Bonsai Pot 1
    • Bonsai pot 2
  • U4

    General care and interior design with plants

    • How to care for your plants
    • Interior with plants
  • FP

    Final Project

    • Ceramic pot design

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 Ceramic Plant Pot Design. A Craft course by Xènia Bas

Ceramic Plant Pot Design

A course by Xènia Bas
Ceramist. Barcelona, Spain.
Joined August 2019
  • 98% Positive reviews (92)
  • 2889 students