Walnut Planters by Revolution Design House
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- From a warm slab countertop to a modern dining table and chairs, we love homes that customize their interiors with walnut accents.
- Without condoning knockoffs, let me say: It is a thrill to walk into a furniture shop and discover a slew of handsome and vaguely familiar-looking design pieces that I can actually afford.
- Today’s planters are smarter than ever. They breathe, they drain, and some even light up.
- A cornerstone of Portland, Oregon’s plan to eradicate homelessness, the Bud Clark Commons supportive housing project proves that thoughtful design creates considerable social good.
- Hello from Paris! Right after my flight landed, I made a beeline from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Nord Villepinte, where the famed design fair Maison & Objet is held twice a year.
- In the Sydney, Australia, neighborhood of Rozelle, architect Christopher Polly has renovated a house with green design in mind.
This beautiful planter from Portland's Design Night would provide the perfect spot for a new collection of flowers and herbs. The larger opening up top allows for a sprout that needs some more space to get settled and root, while the pockets on the side are ideal for smaller greens. Inspired by forms found in nature (we think it looks a bit like a lovely 18' tall, 22' wide artichoke), the hand-finished and glazed piece can be used indoors or outdoors, and comes in a deep grey and bright yellow (in addition to the white pictured).
- It’s not every local homes tour that merits attention beyond a city’s borders.