Stool Doubles as Planter and More

December 29, 2011 by

We love multi-functional designs that do double duty! From Australian designer Kristian Aus, the colorful Splash stool’s design is inspired by a raindrop touching earth.

Made from rotomolded polyethylene, it’s great for small spaces as it’s got a comfortable seat and when turned upside down, doubles in usefulness by becoming a planter or capacious container for your miscellaneous stuff…think umbrellas indoors and garden tools or towels outdoors?

Great as a planter, but you could also fill it with ice to keep your drinks cold. What would you store in yours?

For more info about Splash, contact US distributor Spazia. Elsewhere in the world, contact B-Line.


  1. The Many Faces of a Planter | Urban Gardens | Unlimited Thinking For Limited Spaces | Urban Gardens Pingback said:

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    Love the idea of the planter being used as a stool

    — March 31, 2012 @ 23:38

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