Kyung-Eun Oh Creates Planters That Could Stick to Fridges

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 25, 2012 • References: dornob & neatorama
Fridges often host magnets that represent the hobbies of the homeowner, and Kyung-Eun Oh has created the ultimate magnet for gardeners and plant lovers. She has designed a flower pot with a magnetized side that fixes itself on any metal surface, and that includes fridges.

Modeled after a traditional terracotta planter, Kyung-Eun Oh's flower pots have been cleverly halved to ensure that it stays stuck to such surfaces easier. The flat side can even be paired with another of Kyung-Eun Oh's special pots to give the illusion of being one planter that has somehow had a barrier put between it. Great for small spaces and smaller flower arrangements, this magnetized flower pot is cute and quirky. Stats for Magnetized Flower Pots Trending: Older & Average
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