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Posted By Sarah Rich On October 24, 2005 @ 2:01 pm In Botanical,Design,Green Furniture | 4 Comments

There’s something unconditionally appealing about seeing greenery growing in unexpected places. Whether it’s from concrete [1], rooftops [2] or furniture [3], it’s a decorative detail that adds vibrance and texture (and sometimes nutrition).

The Galapagos Coffee Table [4] from Lwin Design [4] has a grid of round follicles that offer a controlled environment for growing grass indoors. The eco-friendly table is available in reclaimed plastic, acrylic or ecoresin, with translucent skateboard wheels for mobility. The lower compartment can be used for magazine storage or as a display case, with the holes left open or filled with foliage. Making sprouts and wheatgrass this fun is almost a reason to start eating them more. Almost.

+ www.lwindesign.com [4]

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[1] concrete: http://www.inhabitat.com/entry_542.php

[2] rooftops: http://www.inhabitat.com/entry_384.php

[3] furniture: http://www.inhabitat.com/entry_204.php

[4] Galapagos Coffee Table: http://www.lwindesign.com/

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