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Object of Desire: Folding Plant Shelves

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Object of Desire: Folding Plant Shelves

June 6, 2018

When we discovered the charms of stepladder plant stands, we became secret admirers of all kinds of  foldaway display shelves. Fold-up shelving is particularly useful in the garden, where display needs change dramatically with the seasons.

In June, there’s pent-up demand for outdoor shelving—the houseplants want to sun themselves. Plus, the citrus trees that wintered indoors are desperate for better air circulation.  Here’s a solution: A weatherproof teak stepladder shelf that you can fold flat and store in a shed come winter.

A Slatted Teak Folding Shelf comes in two sizes (with either four or five shelves); \$3\28 to \$398 at Terrain.
Above: A Slatted Teak Folding Shelf comes in two sizes (with either four or five shelves); $328 to $398 at Terrain.
Above: Bonus points for taking up virtually no space when not in use.

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