Scandinavian-inspired design made with 3D printed bio-plastic, this tray is perfect for shallow tabletop succulent gardenscapes, air plants, or just a place to gather your pocket knick-knacks after a long day at the co-working space.
The unique ribbed texture of the tray is complimented by the beautiful beech legs that are held in place without any glue or fasteners. The tray's base is a beautiful white and glossy acrylic sheet, also press fit into the tray without fasteners or glue.
by Studio Nilli
Up-and-coming London-based industrial designer Huw Williams was inspired by the simplicity of Scandinavian home products when designing his line of beautiful 3D printed desktop planters. Huw is a very recent graduate of the Brunel University Industrial Design course in London.
WHY WE LOVE IT
Adding these basic beech legs to a 3D printed plastic elevates the design while maintaining the fresh, lightweight look of a new way of making. These planters are extremely lightweight so they're easy to ship and move around the house.
Materials: PLA (bio plastic) and wood (beech)
Diameter: 7.68" (195 mm)
Height: 1.65" (42 mm)
Printed and finished in London
Do these planters have drainage holes?
No, they don't. You'll want to use a specially blended succulent soil with these and don't overwater your plants when using this planter.