Matte Black Round Planter
Dare we call a planter sexy?.... Yes, a planter can totally add the vibe to any room. Seriously, matte black is that modern, sleek home decor dreams. In the cylinder, this style and colour are timeless.
Our planters are lovingly hand painted in Vancouver, Canada. Each planter is painted to order using water-based paint (yay, environment!). Due to the artisanal painting of the planters, no two planters will be the same, making your new planter one of a kind. Please allow for colour variance from computer screen to in person.
Material + Info
Our planters are not made of the traditional terracotta/clay/ceramic material. We found a custom sourced fibreglass compound that is the same material used in components of cars, kayaks and boats, hence why they are lightweight! We chose this material because of its characteristics of being durable (rated for -20 C/-4 F), its nonporous properties and it being overall a high-quality material. Our planters are thick-walled and finished in outdoor durable paint, so they can used both outdoors and indoors!
Our planters are 1/3 lighter in weight than your traditional clay/terracotta planters, are extremely durable (resistant to corrosion, moisture + extreme temps), frost + scratch resistant and reduce water evaporation.
|Size||Internal Dimensions||External Dimensions|
9.5" d x 9.5" w x 8" h
11" d x 11" w x 9" h
12" d x 12" w x 11.75" h
15" d x 15" w x 12" h
15" d x 15" d x 15.5" h
18" d x 18" w 16" h
*please note each planter is handmade, therefore allow a variance in sizing.
If you are intending to use our planters for indoor use, then you would not get a drainage hole, save those hardwood floors! Check out our planter care and handling guides here. We answer all of your questions to take care of your Hudson + Oak planter!
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