A row of potted plants in your kitchen might never look at home within closed doors, but this Botanic Hydroponic Furniture collection certainly shows an acceptance of vegetation indoors. Designed by Clement Sarrodie of France, these pieces are certainly functional for human activities but they appear to favor the livelihood of the herbage inside of them.
Jiki, for instance, is a garden assembled from a beautiful bent wood frame with a porcelain tub installed in its base and a shallower dish on top. This object seems to serve best as decoration, where it concerns the user. Fujo is an air garden shelf that cradles greenery along its trough-like ledges. This piece can actually serve as a partition.
Finally, the Teburu coffee table incorporates a drawer-like planter that is kept below a transparent glass surface. This object is perhaps the most practical of Botanic Hydroponic Furniture, yet each is plenty beneficial for improving the interior atmosphere.