3D printed planters - dark grey with walnut legs - 2 sizes
A dark grey 3D printed planter with a Scandinavian feel, with either long or short legs to keep your house plants healthy! The walnut legs are finished with a beeswax polish to bring out the amazing dark grain of the wood.
These gorgeous 3D planters are made by StudioNilli in the United Kingdom and we are very proud to be the only vendor in The Netherlands and Belgium of these unique products.
The tall legged planter is perfect for plants that grow and trail down the side of their pots like vines, devils ivy and string of pearls. The short looks amazing with echeveria, crassula and also trailing plants when put on a shelf to cascade down.
This is Nilli's take on the classic mid-century modern plant stand. The unique ribbed texture of the planter is great to the touch, and is complimented by the beautiful walnut legs that are held within the pot without any glue or fasteners.
This product is waterproof - this makes sure that when watering your plants your surfaces aren't damp from spillage. It is for use indoor use.
Pot size suitable: up to 102mm diameter and 85mm height
Tall - 170mm height, 140mm width
Short - 100 height, 140mm width
Available in two leg sizes, short and tall.
Do look at our white and beech legged versions of this planter too.
As all the products we sell, also these products are made, caring for our environment. The plastic used is a bioplastic (not recycled) which means that it is not made from fossil fuels, but renewable biomass (cornstarch usually), which is better for the environment for a number of reasons. Firstly, as it uses renewable biomass, whatever materials are used to create the plastic can be replenished, unlike conventional fossil fuel plastics (or 'petrochemical plastics') that use up finite resources. Secondly, bioplastics cost a substantial amount less energy to produce than conventional plastic, therefore having a much smaller carbon footprint. Another interesting point about the products is that they are 3D printed, which is an 'additive manufacturing' process. This means that products are built by adding material, rather than subtracting it from a larger block. It is a very low waste process because of this. However, what waste we produce is kept and recycled into other handmade products such as jewellery and coasters.