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Construct Paper Mache Planters by Marie Michielssen

$510$738
Construct Paper Mache Planters by Marie Michielssen
Serax

Construct Paper Mache Planters by Marie Michielssen

$510$738
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These pots are recommended for indoor use only.

All the right angles.

There’s a reason these planters have the loveliest of geometric shapes. Belgium-based designer Marie Michielssen created them by cutting cones and cylinders into pieces, then putting ‘em back together in new ways. (She also looked to paper mache for inspiration.) The result is a gallery-worthy lineup of pots that are roomy enough for our larger houseplants. Wait till you see how they mix and mingle.

These pots don’t have a hole at the bottom for drainage. Our tip: Set your plant in a plastic pot first, with a saucer or plastic bag to catch any excess water.

  • Made in: Vietnam
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

There’s a reason these planters have the loveliest of geometric shapes. Belgium-based designer Marie Michielssen created them by cutting cones and cylinders into pieces, then putting ‘em back together in new ways. (She also looked to paper mache for inspiration.) The result is a gallery-worthy lineup of pots that are roomy enough for our larger houseplants. Wait till you see how they mix and mingle.

These pots don’t have a hole at the bottom for drainage. Our tip: Set your plant in a plastic pot first, with a saucer or plastic bag to catch any excess water.

All the right angles.

There’s a reason these planters have the loveliest of geometric shapes. Belgium-based designer Marie Michielssen created them by cutting cones and cylinders into pieces, then putting ‘em back together in new ways. (She also looked to paper mache for inspiration.) The result is a gallery-worthy lineup of pots that are roomy enough for our larger houseplants. Wait till you see how they mix and mingle.

These pots don’t have a hole at the bottom for drainage. Our tip: Set your plant in a plastic pot first, with a saucer or plastic bag to catch any excess water.

  • Made in: Vietnam
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

There’s a reason these planters have the loveliest of geometric shapes. Belgium-based designer Marie Michielssen created them by cutting cones and cylinders into pieces, then putting ‘em back together in new ways. (She also looked to paper mache for inspiration.) The result is a gallery-worthy lineup of pots that are roomy enough for our larger houseplants. Wait till you see how they mix and mingle.

These pots don’t have a hole at the bottom for drainage. Our tip: Set your plant in a plastic pot first, with a saucer or plastic bag to catch any excess water.