Here's yet another high design houseplant gimmick. It's nothing more than a drip system which is fine for outdoor plants in high light but not for indoor plants in low light. Show me your Anthurium or Orchid after a few months in this setup.
What is the symbolism of an IV? Right. Sick plant. Using this, that's probably what you'll end up with. Have fun with if you have money to burn and you think it's cute.
There's a much better solution. If you like the shape and style of the planter, buy one like it and convert it to sub-irrigation. All you need do is install a pad of polyester backing material at the bottom to act as a wick.
Place the plant in its plastic grower pot on the pad and add a measured amount of water. Never add so much that it rises to the surface. The soil surface should remain dry. It's that simple.
You can find a wide assortment of ceramic bowls at TJ Maxx, Marshall’s, Ross, Target, Bed, Bath & Beyond, and others like them. Look in the housewares, giftware sections rather than gardening.
Most containers designed for plants in the gardening department are rather trite looking in my view. You'll end up with the over done pot and saucer look. Contrary to widespread opinion, you do not need a drain hole.
If you're not sure about sub-irrigation, try it out using a repurposed pop bottle planter. Just add enough light.