Spun Planter by Yield Design Co
We were wowed by this sleek copper plant pot by Yield Design Co at Sight Unseen Offsite. Crafted from a single piece of pure copper, this beauty can be used as a cachepot for plants that are already potted or a standard planter with the soil placed directly inside.
Reclaimed Glass Terrariums by Offcentre
Handcrafted in Brooklyn, NY, OffCentre’s exquisite line of translucent vases are made from reclaimed glass. They can be mounted on the wall, so they’re great for small spaces – and we love how they showcase entire plants – roots and all.
Brass Air Plant Holders by Me + She
These dangling beauties by Philadelphia-based maker Me + She house air plants in elegant brass cages. Since air plants can thrive in either artificial or natural light, they are fabulous for incorporating nature into even the darkest of spaces. Traditionally, these Finnish himmeli mobiles were fashioned from rye straw and then hung over the dinner table with the promise of a good harvest. Made from brass, Me + She’s himmelis truly withstand the test of time.
Concrescence Planter by Vako Design
The Concrescence by Vako Design elevates plants both aesthetically and functionally. Its birch plywood base developed using CNC router technology requires absolutely no hardware to construct. The planter, molded from cement and sand mix, fits snuggly inside the base, helping to protect table surfaces from moisture.
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Laser-Cut Coffee Table by Vako Design
This coffee table also made by Vako Design is laser-cut to house three sweet concrete plant pots. Vako also provides the customized cement and sand planters.
Tiny Miracles Foundation X Pepe Heykoop
Pepe Heykoop’s collaboration with the Tiny Miracles Foundation employs women in Mumbai to create beautiful flat pack vases and lamps.
Concrete Hanging Vessel by Wrk-Shp
These Hanging Vessels from Wrk-Shp are made from high-strength, yet lightweight concrete. Each planter can even be divided into two halves that can be separated and hung like a sconce flat against the wall.
Planter by Jeff Wiiken
Industrial design student Jeff Wiiken showcased this curvaceous modular wall planter at Wanted Design.
Plant Skyscraper by Hui Bui
At this year’s Sight Unseen Offsite, designer Hui Bui debuted this incredible skyscraper for plants! Made from locally sourced wood, this horticultural masterpiece features a cascading fountain that automatically waters plants. It also comes fully-equipped with LED grow lights.
Rounded Metal Planters by Brook & Lyn
We adored these tiny Rounded Metal Planters from Brook & Lyn at Sight Unseen Offsite. Each one is spun by hand from a thin sheet of steel – and they pair perfectly with succulents and cacti.
Resin Vases by Noble Goods
Noble Goods showcased their exquisite collection of resin-filled vases at this year’s BKLYN Designs. The resin is sustainably derived from pine oils from wood pulp processing and vegetable oils from bio-fuel processing.