There’s no denying 6sqft is a huge fan of incorporating greenery into the living space, both for their aesthetic appeal and numerous health benefits, so we’re always on the lookout for new ways to house our favorite green friends. The latest innovation is Livi, a modern take on the traditional flower pot that uses Biomimicry to create self-adhering pads that replicate the way frogs’ feet attach to glass or other smooth surfaces. Livi’s fancy feet add life and functionality to the flower pot, allowing you to position your plants on both vertical and horizontal surfaces.
It’s widely known that house plants provide a myriad of benefits, but if you live in an urban area, it’s likely that your floor and counter space are limited. Floral designer Kim Fisher has come up with an ingenious solution that can help you bring living greenery into your apartment (without needing to throw out the toaster to make room) with her sleek wall-hanging circular planter. And no green thumb is necessary — the planter was designed specifically to hold succulents and airplants (all quite difficult to kill) — and it’s very easy to set up.
In a recent edition of 6sqft’s Apartment Living 101 we featured the best plants for apartment dwellers, which put us on the lookout for cool planters to house all your leafy greens. This Structured Hanging Planter from designer Chentell Stiritz of Convivial Production Inc. was created specifically for crawling plants and succulents. The planters are made to order and constructed in porcelain and stoneware.