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10 Easy Pieces: Wooden Plant Pedestals

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10 Easy Pieces: Wooden Plant Pedestals

January 27, 2022

If you’ve reached the point of your houseplant collection where pots just sort of mush together in an expanding blob on the floor, might we suggest introducing levels? A few strategically placed pedestals can add dimension to your blob, give each plant more space to grow, and boost up the light-loving varieties toward the windows in a room. Here are our favorite plant pedestals (some of which also function as stools) in wood.

Designed by Pete Oyler for Areaware, Plant Pedestals in beech wood are made of lap joinery; \$60 for a set of two (tall and short) pedestals at Areaware.
Above: Designed by Pete Oyler for Areaware, Plant Pedestals in beech wood are made of lap joinery; $60 for a set of two (tall and short) pedestals at Areaware.
An actual stool for sitting (or for plants!) designed by Philippe Malouin for Resident, the Offset Stool is £550 at Lightology.
Above: An actual stool for sitting (or for plants!) designed by Philippe Malouin for Resident, the Offset Stool is £550 at Lightology.
A set of \2 Wood Plant Stands is \$69 at Urban Outfitters.
Above: A set of 2 Wood Plant Stands is $69 at Urban Outfitters.
The luxe plant stand, a stool from Los Angeles designers Atelier de Troupe, the Chene Stool in ash or oak is \$\1,\150.
Above: The luxe plant stand, a stool from Los Angeles designers Atelier de Troupe, the Chene Stool in ash or oak is $1,150.
For just a little lift, Terrain’s Footed Teak Plant Stand is made of recycled teak and comes in natural (shown) or black in small (\$\24), medium (\$34), and large (\$44) from Terrain.
Above: For just a little lift, Terrain’s Footed Teak Plant Stand is made of recycled teak and comes in natural (shown) or black in small ($24), medium ($34), and large ($44) from Terrain.
The Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. Natural Step Stool can be used to raise up plants 7.5 inches from the ground. It’s made of white oak treated with linseed oil for a natural finish; \$460 at March.
Above: The Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. Natural Step Stool can be used to raise up plants 7.5 inches from the ground. It’s made of white oak treated with linseed oil for a natural finish; $460 at March.
The Another Country Stool One is a three-legged stool in solid oak that is £\179 at Another Country. It can be paired with the Another Country Kids Stool One of the same style, only \10 centimeters shorter, for £\165 at TwentyTwentyOne.
Above: The Another Country Stool One is a three-legged stool in solid oak that is £179 at Another Country. It can be paired with the Another Country Kids Stool One of the same style, only 10 centimeters shorter, for £165 at TwentyTwentyOne.
A do-it-yourself option from A Beautiful Mess: instructions for DIY Modern Wood Plant Stands. Photograph courtesy of A Beautiful Mess.
Above: A do-it-yourself option from A Beautiful Mess: instructions for DIY Modern Wood Plant Stands. Photograph courtesy of A Beautiful Mess.
Above: Skakerak’s Nomad Stool, made of FSC-certified oak, is multifunctional and stackable; $325 on Bloomist.
Above: Summer Studio’s Fin Stool, in oak, is $490.

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N.B.: This post has been updated with new products, prices, and links; it was first published March 2019.

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