The Ferm Living Plant Box – Three Different Uses

I’ve been living in this apartment for a couple of months now and everything feels new, but I still find myself wanting a little refresh now and then. Rearranging your furniture from time to time gives you a new perspective and makes you feel like you’ve just moved in.

That’s why I love versatile furniture that can be used everywhere just like Ferm Living’s Plant Box, which I have been eyeballing for a while now. And when Flinders, an online shop for furniture and home accessories, asked me to pick my favourite item from their huge product range, I didn’t think twice and teamed up with them. At Flinders you can find all the cool brands like Hay, Flos, &tradition, Vitra or Menu and the best thing is: shippings and returns are free.

Elegant and timeless, the Plant Box on its delicate and thin legs in powder coated metal can be used for everything from plants to books or vases all around the house. It also can be used as a divider, to create small peaceful ‘islands’ or cosy corners in larger rooms. A winner all around. Today I decided to give you a glimpse into my home where I styled the Plant Box in three different rooms.

The Living Room

I placed the Plant Box in a corner of the living room – it almost looks like a console table, with a table lamp and some plants.

Items in this picture: Ferm Living Sekki Plant Pot; &tradition Flower Pot Lamp

The Kitchen Corner

Actually I’m dreaming of having a bar cart one day but the Plant Box is also a good option and also a great place to store your cook books.

Items in this picture: Ferm Living Plant Box, Ferm Living Muses Calli Vase, Ferm Living Black Tray for Plant Box, Wall Plates Fornasetti, Polpo A Venetian Cookbook of Sorts, Deck Obodny

The Bedroom

The Plant Box can also be used as a bedside table – as a storage for books and magazines or for all your bits and bobs.

Items in this picture: Normann Copenhagen Flip Mirror in sand; Muuto Platform Tray; Ferm Living Ripple Long Drink Glasses and Carafe

– In friendly cooperation with Flinders

Comments (2)

Comments are closed.