A planter that does double-duty as a bookshelf? We’ll take it. Our friends at Remodelista are big fans of the Indiana-based furniture design company Hedge House, and now that we’ve spotted this sharp little planter-cum-library, we are too.
We’re envisioning the planter under the windowsill in a kitchen: herbs on top, cookbooks below. Or how about center stage in the bay window in the living room? Vintage record collection down below and succulent garden up top.
Above: Made of white oak, all Hedge House furniture is handcrafted by Amish woodworkers in Goshen, Indiana.
Above: The planter is 11 inches wide by 37 inches high. The box is 8 inches deep. It comes with an optional black plastic liner to protect the wood from damage.
Above: The White Oak Indoor Planter is $275 from Hedge House.
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