Tone Planter by Lightly Design - Sky and Sorrel
designer two tone metal planter, 14cm
From our premium range by Australian designer, Lightly Design.
Australian designed tone planter made from spun metal, power coated and ideal for planters and sculptural vases with an indoor use.
Tone Planters explore ceremony and ritual in shape. The use of symmetry and form illustrates a sense of harmony and balance, whilst still possessing the same utilitarian focus that lies at the heart of Lightly.
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Internal diameter at the rim: 14cm
Drainage hole included.
ABOUT STEEL PLANTERS
Steel planters have the advantage of being lightweight so you can move them around at home with ease.
After powder coating they are also corrosion-resistant making them a good choice for displaying live plants.
GOES WELL WITH
These designer planters look great with small sized, structural form plants such as Euphorbias, Sansevierias and ZZ Raven. They suit modern, industrial and minimalist home settings.
Please note that planters and plastic grow pots are subject to small deviations in size of 1-2cm. Our dimensions and size guides are based on expected sizes but the actual dimensions of the product you receive may vary slightly.
We offer delivery 7 days a week. At the checkout you can choose your preferred delivery slot from those available. We even offer same day delivery within a few hours (express delivery fees may apply).
RETURNS OF PLANTS
We're unable to accept returns or exchanges of plants so please check carefully before you place your order.
RETURNS OF NON-PLANTS
Please notify us within 7 days from receipt of your order if you wish to return or exchange any items. Please check the product descriptions for detailed information on dimensions and material, and contact us via live chat or email before you place your order for any clarifications, as our returns policy only applies to damaged/defective items.
If your item arrives damaged or faulty please contact us immediately, stating your order number and providing photos of the damage or fault. Once we have looked into your query, we will be in touch with you regarding next steps.