Designer Farrah Sit’s Hanging Gardens

June 28, 2015

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Remember those Isosceles and Scalene triangles you learned about in school? Brooklyn designer Farrah Sit would make Euclid proud. She creates objects, like her Tetra, Graphite, and Ballast planters using these geometric shapes. 

FarrahSit-NicoleFranzen_614 Ballast collection of matte stoneware planters.

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Herb Planter and Cutting Board Duo

June 19, 2015

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Wake up and smell the rosemary. Grow Pot is a utilitarian union between a traditional clay pot for growing herbs and a cutting board: just snip and serve.

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Designer Hallgeir Homstvedt’s herb planter for Danish brand Menu is attached to

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A Grown-Up Smart Countertop Herb Garden

June 3, 2015

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Tugger the adorable pooch, above, is totally into the lemon balm growing in his owner’s kitchen. Want to grow your own herbs on your countertop with something Read More...

Plant Furniture and What Lies Beneath the Surface

May 9, 2015

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Say you want a table or a set of tables and you also want some planters. But in your small space you don’t have room for all of them, so you have to choose. No you don’t.

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Hanging Ceramic Pots Inspired by Mexican Jicama Plant

April 3, 2015

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Crece Jicama is a collection of hanging ceramic pots inspired by the shape and texture of Jicama (Pachyrhizus erosus), a native Mexican climbing vine and root vegetable popular in Mexican cuisine. 

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The handcrafted pots hang from long rust-hued leather straps, … Read More...

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