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Rough Yet Refined: Planters from Denmark

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Rough Yet Refined: Planters from Denmark

February 15, 2013

Earlier this week we posted on Blomsterskuret, floral designer and potter Martin Reinicke’s shop in Frederiksberg, Denmark; we’ve been coveting his slab-cut planters ever since.

The planters are hand formed from earthenware clay and are available in brown, black, slate gray, green glaze, and sand white in a selection of sizes from Krukkeriet, his nearby studio. The studio carries everything from standard shape planters to bowls and wall pocket pottery; Reinicke also offers pottery customizable with childrens hand imprints or company logos.

Above: The Cube Pots are available in gray, brown, and white clay and are designed to save space on the windowsill; 125DKK (about $22) for the small size and 145DKK (about $26) for the large.

Above L: The Small Trumpet Pot in white and black clay features ball-feet and is made for small trees and traditional potted plants; 145DKK (about $26) each. Above R: Reinicke’s pottery customized with a child’s handprint.

Above: A look into the handmade slab-cut construction of the planters; finished with a Danish crown emblem.

Above: Reinicke’s flowers (poppy pods included) arranged in an earthenware pot. A similar pot is the Low Curve Pot with a wide shape and small feet, designed for low-growing plants, arrangements, and bonsai; 175 DKK (about $31) each.

Want to see more of Reinicke’s genius ideas? See World’s Most Beautiful Flower Shop?

N.B.: Traveling to Denmark? See all 21 locations to visit in our Copenhagen City Guide.

Product summary  

Martin Reinicke

Cube Pots

kr125.00 DKK from Krukkeriet
Martin Reinicke

Curve Pot

kr175.00 DKK from Krukkeriet
Martin Reinicke

Trumpet Pot

kr145.00 DKK from Krukkeriet

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