Welcome to your daily portion of vintage awesomeness! On this post, we will explore a very distinctive combination that can easily turn any ambience more alive and vivid – vintage furniture and indoor plants! You will be amazed by this fresh product that just entered the market. This multifunctional furniture piece is called Etta. “The design acts as a place to display your plants and objects, it’s a space divider, and it also offers a place to sit, perfect for putting on your shoes.”
Have you ever had any problem placing your indoor plants? They require to be in the right place to make sure they sustain the right amount of daylight, but that sharp side table next to the window, but far fairly to stay apart from straight sunlight, never has any space available! Well, now there is a furniture piece that lets you keep all your plants in their own distinct spot.
Italian design label Zilio A&C paired up with design duo Livia Rossi and Gianluca Giabardo of Dossofiorito to create a unique design focused on solving all your indoor plants’ associated problems!
Following the post, you can see how effortless it can be to modify your very own Etta and make it accurate for your home. An easygoing composition, with a mindset nearly like LEGO, lets you formulate diverse representations and customise the piece to your and your plants’ needs!
There’s a little round shelf, two different upright screens, and an upholstered backrest that you can reconfigure to a setup that accomplishes for yourself, your flowers, and your storehouse situation.
Originally, the designers were resembling to conceive a place for indoor plants. This directed to the latest idea of letting the plants grow to become a natural divider for internal spaces. Thus, creating Etta, a spirited and modular piece made up of four movable elements.
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