I decided to cover one of the pots in chalkboard paint, so I could change how it looks whenever I wanted to. I washed the pot, and gave it a little scrub with sandpaper so the chalkboard paint would stick. The paint can said to spray two coats and then wait 24 hours before applying a layer of chalk over the entire surface. That "seasons" the chalkboard, and then it is ready for you to use.
This idea is a great way to label your plant with its botanical name or its common name right on the pot, and if you decide to put a different plant in the pot, you can easily change what's on it. Easy peasy!
For another pot, I taped around the center with painter's tape and painted half of the pot pink and the other half purple. I didn't try to make anything perfect, so my line around the center has a bit of a wiggle to it. I kind of like it that way. After I painted it, I sprayed some Valspar clear coat over the pot so the paint will last longer.
I love the variegation on this Mother-in-Law's Tongue.
These two ideas are so simple to do, and I'm still working on some new ideas! I'll update this post with those as soon as I finish them up. If you make your own versions, please sent me a picture because I'd love to see them!