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A Balcony-Style Planter for Indoors from MAKR

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A Balcony-Style Planter for Indoors from MAKR

September 18, 2014

I’ve had my eye on this plant ring from MAKR for what feels like years. It’s simple and classic but still a little bit unusual. I’m not sure what the policy is on drilling into the wall, but I’m thinking that one of these would be right at home in my new office.

Above: Made to fit your own standard 4-inch planter, the modern ring dresses up even an inexpensive terra cotta pot. A MAKR Plant Ring is 48€ from Amsterdam-based Miscellaneous. In the US, an Avocado Powder Coated Steel Plant Ring is $48 from MAKR Studio Goods.

Above: The powder-coated steel ring and leather base plate riser are made in the USA.

Above: Available in black from Miscellaneous, and in pewter and avocado from MAKR Studio Goods. Plant and planter not included.

For more wall-mounted plant rings, see Design Sleuth: Wire Pot Hangers and A Wall-Mounted Planter, Made in California.

N.B.: This is an update of a post originally published on June 4, 2013.

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