The plant box is both elegant and timeless. It’s a great example of Danish design. With it’s Nordic minimal shape and functional design, it is so versatile. You can use it for plants, both in and outdoors, but equally it can be used for display or extra storage. You could even use this as a room divider. I think it could look pretty cool with some tall plants. It would be an easy option for dividing two areas of a room.
Personally, I prefer the plant box as a display unit. In my home, what’s on display will change all the time, but that’s the way I like it.
Styled with plants, it does look great. It’s so green outside, so it’s nice to add nature inside too.
What would you use it for?
The lighting in this post is also from David Village Lighting. You can find the wall light by FLOS 265 here, I get so many questions about it. It’s stunning and a real eye catcher.
The table lamp by Santa & Cole Cestita, is beautiful and I keep moving it around. It works so well in our whole house. Designed nearly 50 years ago, you really wouldn’t think that. It’s so current.
The plant box will move from room to room in our home and I’ll be showing you more ways to use it very soon.
This post was written in collaboration with David Village Lighting. Photos and views are my own.