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Stunning, sculptural planter! Easy ordering, fast and careful shipping - and my items were lovely. Can't wait to find more.
This is a great, solid planter for medium size houseplants. I chose one that doesn't need much water because there's no drainage holes. I put a 5.5 inch wide plastic pot inside and it fits snugly. This planter has a textured, interesting surface (not a boring white planter) but still reads white/simple if you're looking for that, and it's geometric without being in-your-face. Like a simple sculpture. I would buy another in a different color, or if I had another room full of houseplants. Great!
I am so grateful for plastic/styrofoam free packaging. Thank you!
Love the planter, the packaging and the proactive customer service.
I bought the two medium modern terrazzo platform planters in white and graphite and one small, in coral. Very happy with the purchase as I just love terrazzo, they are very versatile and look great grouped together or on their own. But one thing I wished they had designed with a bit more quality is the cork bottom, it is very thin and the bottom of the planters have a hollow section so it was easy to puncture through the cork when handling the planter.
We just love Tortuga vessels. Clean but impactful design.
This pink, concrete and terrazzo planter has become the perfect home for my cactus, Brancusi. The form of this Bauhaus inspired vessel - that plays with contours and flat angles - is an amazing example of modern design in the 21st century. Looking at its speckled, stone surface and curved outer shape, one is also reminded of the beauty of Aztec sculpture and its geometric proportions. Couldn't be more thrilled with this design!
Light + Ladder designed the concrete planters to fit perfectly on your windowsill in groups of two, three, or four. So mix and match to your heart's content.
Meet the designer
Light + Ladder
"I have a large plant collection and wanted an orderly yet visually compelling way to display them. I was excited to design a planter that could stand alone but could also be part of a system." - Farrah Sit