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Living Small: A Hanging Window Box Planter

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Living Small: A Hanging Window Box Planter

Michelle Slatalla February 26, 2015

French design collective Compagnie has figured out a way for you to have a window box even if you don’t have a window. Founded 12 years ago by architect Jean-Francois Bellemère, Compagnie makes clever indoor garden accessories for small spaces and urban dwellers.

We’re admiring this stylish three-tier hanging window box:

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Above: Made of varnished beechwood and steel, the Window Box holds up to nine plants and measures up to 118 inches high (with an adjustable cable) and 33.5 inches wide; it’s £135 from Made in Design.

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Above: The hanging planter has six rods and comes with 14 cable clamps; it can be suspended from a wall or ceiling.

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Above: The hanging planter is made to hold pots with a 9-inch diameter (pots and plants are not included).

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