This unique planter table provides an intriguing opportunity for a person to bring greenery into his or her home. While lush foliage can really liven a place up, many people think of potted plants as accessories to furnishing and decor, and often don't even think about putting any on display at all.
Called the Plame coffee table, this piece represents a contemporary fascination with merging two objects into one, enabling some from of efficiency––which is spatial, in this case. The meandering surface of this piece of furniture has a very deliberate kink in the MDF that enables the abstractly shaped vase to be slotted in snugly. Though it can be removed, this special niche in Jaime Andres Quinapallo Salcedo's planter table seems to ensure that you meet your minimum leafy quota while designating open areas for the storage of many other items.
Abstract Agricultural Furniture
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Geometric Dual-Purpose Furnishings
Subtly Twisted Furniture
Seemingly Traced Surfaces
Built-In Planter Furniture
Cotter Pin Seating