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Object of Desire: Fluted Terracotta Planters by Billy Cotton

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Object of Desire: Fluted Terracotta Planters by Billy Cotton

September 14, 2022

The results are guaranteed to be interesting when a designer or artist applies their talents to a different discipline. In the case of interior designer Billy Cotton, the results aren’t just interesting, they’re exquisite. About five years ago, his design firm (he is the creative director of Billy Cotton Studio) came out with this fluted terracotta planter that is more art than pot. Call it pot art.

Have a look.

Photography via Billy Cotton Studio, unless otherwise noted.

The handmade planters are made from grayish terracotta from Impruneta, Italy.
Above: The handmade planters are made from grayish terracotta from Impruneta, Italy.
A corresponding copper saucer can be purchased separately.
Above: A corresponding copper saucer can be purchased separately.
A single drainage hole is centered on the bottom. The planter is available in small (\16 x \18 inches) and large (\23 x \27 inches); \$\1,350 and \$3,\2\20, respectively at March SF. Photograph via March SF.
Above: A single drainage hole is centered on the bottom. The planter is available in small (16 x 18 inches) and large (23 x 27 inches); $1,350 and $3,220, respectively at March SF. Photograph via March SF.

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