The Metropolitan Museum of Art is marking its 150th anniversary this year, and as part of the celebration, they’re embarking on new exhibits and collaborations, one of which is this fun partnership with The Sill. The “Met 150 Edit” is a multi-designer capsule collection from the plant company that features limited-edition earthenware planters and fun art-inspired message pops (“Vincent Van Grow” and “Untitled Greens #1”).
The Sill’s designer Caroline Ackerman said of the collaboration:
We landed on a bowl-shaped planter with a cylinder saucer, inspired by ancient South American ceramic vessels in The Met collection. The small 5” pot comes in The Met’s signature red with a glossy finish, and the medium 7” pot comes in a sandy tone with a matte finish. We think they make a nice pair—one pop of color and one timeless neutral.
The collection is available on The Met Store website. Potted and unpotted varieties are for sale on The Sill’s website and in their Cobble Hill store. You can also shop the collection here:
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