A bit of a switch-up from my rusty flea market finds, but here’s proof that elevation is also on the minds of commercial designers and artists, albeit in much sleeker, powder-coated forms, suitable for indoors or outdoors.
Photo courtesy of West Elm
In my inbox this morning from Dwell: “LA-based designer Eric Trine designs by making, rather than drawing. Made of powder-coated steel, these column-inspired plant holders’ airy design elevates planters off the ground, yet still keeps your space light and open. Flip them upside down for double duty as a side table.”
(I would just like to drill down geographically and flaunt some shameless hometown pride — to be precise, Eric Trine is a Long Beach-based object designer and commercial artist.)