I absolutely adore the treatment of the flower pots in the Hide & Seek storage system. Instead of sitting atop ledges like they usually do, the soil-filled buckets have been cleverly tucked away.
The small and rounded orange containers nestle nicely into circular holes. These openings have been pre-cut into the cubbies and allow the bulk of each bucket to dangle down into the compartment below. With Seunghyun Lee's arrangement, the pail occupies the lower shelf and the leafy greenery grows up into the one above.
A larger white box functions effectively as a drawer within the charmingly skewed setup of the Monocomplex Hide & Seek storage system. Surprisingly, this too can double as a planter for something as large as a little tree, provided the bin has enough overhead space to accommodate its branches.
Hide & Seek Storage Conceals Clutter and Soil-Filled Containers
Amelia Roblin — December 13, 2012 — Art & Design
References: monocomplex & notcot.org