Potted plants definitely add a little to an interior space, but a feature like Terra by Fort Standard in a room breathes a lot more life indoors.
Not just a single flower pot or bushy fern, this delightful diamond-shaped planter houses a whole ecosystem. This particular model showcases a 20-year-old Japanese bonsai tree accompanied by pebbles, soil, moss and various shrubs and greenery.
The scene within is enough to delight the eyes of the observer, but the cage in which it sits is a beautiful object as well. Made from pieces of bare pale maple wood, a complex crystal is formed with many triangular facets. The composition of Terra by Fort Standard allows for an infinite number of compelling views of the luscious plant life within.
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