Indoor Kiikku Planter by Finnish Designers Susanna Hoikkala and Tanja Sipil

 - Jan 31, 2010   Updated: Jul 11 2011
References: unisonhome & ecosalon
Finnish designers Susanna Hoikkala and Tanja Sipilä probably made the Kiikku planter for indoor use because Finland is so insanely cold. Not only is outdoor existence tough for cute little plants, it's a definite plus to have some green inside the home.

The Kiikku planter is diagonally oriented. It has four tiers to hold different kinds of plants, and the unique configuration allows for maximum plant space and minimal inconvenience.

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