Is your home so cramped that you can’t even find space for a new plant? Well, what about your walls? Studio Harm en Elke came out with a simple and sweet solution that creates pockets for your wall. Dubbed “Wall Flowers,” these little ceramic vessels can hold single flowers, a small cactus, shoots or any other modestly-sized plant.
Studio Harm en Elke studio is a collaboration between Harm van den Nieuwenhof and Elke van den Berg, both young designers who graduated from the Design Academy of Eindhoven.
Based in a former factory turned into bustling design studios called Sectie-C, the duo combines Harm’s and Elke’s passions beautifully. While Harm has a fascination with machines and technical and mechanical connections, Elke loves to work with colors and porcelain.
Harm and Elke craft their delicate Wall Flowers from recycled porcelain, and, as such, the colors vary and create unique one-off pieces. The planters come in four different sizes, are glazed inside, and can be easily hung on a nail on the wall.
We love how they look as a cluster on the wall and just how easily they can turn a plain boring white wall into a miniature vertical garden.
They are affordable and available from Studio Harm en Elke’s shop here.
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