• Skandivis Ferm Living Danish Design Ferm Living Plant Hanger (Medium)

Ferm Living Plant Hanger (Medium)

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  • £32.30



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House plants are back in fashion! So why not bring some plants into your home with this beautiful geometric plant hanger. The stoneware pot  with its natural rope suspension gives it a retro feel.  Whilst the clean shapes makes it perfect for a modern home.

  • Size:           Diameter 15 cm hight 14,4 cm
  • Material:     100% stoneware and rope
  • Design:       Ferm Living
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