Safari Planters by Kenneth Cobonpue
We really like these diminutive planter stools, inspiring the idea that plants can get jaded as well. The cunning decorative points are called in Safari Planters and were designed by Kenneth Cobonpue for Hive. Raised on box shaped legs and emphasised with insidious curves, thereâ€™s an undeniable character to these planters by Kenneth Cobonpue. The â€œSafariâ€ has a good luck charm which lies in its minimised silhouette that complements any plant set into it. Cast into tall â€œgiraffeâ€ and petite â€œhedgehogâ€ molds with naturally crushed stones, these planters add a tinge of slow-strolling whimsey to any garden mount. The planters come in natural, terracotta, grey and black shades, and range from low belittled, low big to tall belittled and tall big sizes. Sweet, practical, and of great aesthetic effect.