Scandinavian Tray - 3D Printed with Beech Legs
A white 3D printed tray with a Scandinavian feel, with beech legs and an acrylic base to keep your important items, plants or knick knacks safe! Designed in the style of a mid century modern plant stand, to compliment our own legged planters, it is perfect for keeping your items in the place they should be. Always lose your keys or wallet? make this tray the space to put them and you'll never misplace them again.
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 unique ribbed texture of the tray is great to the touch, and is complimented by the beautiful beech legs that are held within the pot without any glue or fasteners. The tray's base is a beautiful white and glossy acrylic sheet, also press fit into the tray without fasteners or glue.
Tray size : 195mm diameter, 42mm tall
Also check out the matching planters we sell!
Do note: on some of these pictures, the tray is combined with the short and tall planter (see seperate listing for those).
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.