I stumbled upon a piece from this collection and I loved its interesting geometry made with beautifully coloured slim rods. I had to see the rest of the collection and my discovery got me even more excited.
Created by Bora Neil, the ‘Hedge Planter collection’ is made of two variations of planters ~ the mini pendant and the hanging pendant, with a plan for duality. Both come in three colours, with the mini-pendant designed to be wall mounted, while the hanging pendant to be hung, of course. I really love their simple, modern and very elegant look.
~ The Mini Pendants ~
~ The Hanging Pendants ~
There’s no doubt that a space would be instantly updated and transformed by these planters, plus, the mini pendant would be a great accessory to not only introduce plants to a wall but also to decorate an empty wall or compliment your existing wall decor.
Here’s a short video of how they were made,
After seeing the pictures, its only fair to see what they look like in real life, Right? They are gorgeous!
Here’s what the designer said about the collection;
“I wanted great ways to create a garden in any space.
HEDGE planters look great anywhere. It’s hard to find planters that fit—and actually look good—in your home or on your patio or balcony. The modern design and clean geometry make them fashionable solo, but look equally as good as a pair, trio, or sextet. HEDGE planters can be transformative. An apartment window can become a stunning green space, a kitchen wall can grow into an herb garden, a balcony can become an urban oasis, and a patio can be transformed into a secret garden.
HEDGE planters are easy to hang or wall mount and come with matching hardware. The small and large pendants each come with both a solid and a chain link extender to help you get the height just right. The mini-pendants and wall trellis come with matching nails that give them a well-finished feel. HEDGE planters will be shaped, welded, grinded, and powder-coated in the US (all in the Los Angeles-area, to be precise) by skilled craftspeople with decades of experience under their belts.
Each HEDGE planter is named after a pioneer woman of landscape and garden design: Gertrude Jekyll, Beatrix Farrand, Marian Cruger Coffin, and Florence Bell Robinson defied the male-dominated field and created garden spaces that continue to be celebrated today.”