The Elongated Face Planter is a must-have for your home garden. It can be a great piece of decor that is suitable for different places. The sleek design of the panter will enable the flowers and plants to be the star of the show! The not-so-loud color of the planter is perfect for bright flowers! The modern aura of the planter is sure to impress your guests. When placed on the foyer table with a storage bowl and a wall art, it will talk volumes about your high-end taste in decor. The Elongated Face Planter is also great for hotel decor.
The King of Beasts Tiger Table Accent is a gorgeous piece that will act as a statement of your decor. The small yet impactful decor item is going to wow all guests. Plus, being a part of the Feng Shui philosophy, this tiger showpiece is going bring your strength and valor! Our table accent takes inspiration from the Ancient Chinese culture, where tigers were known as the king of the beasts.
- Made with Resin
- The perfect size for a console table decor
- Geometric pattern makes the statue interesting
- Packed well to ensure safe delivery
- Perfect for homes, offices, and hotel decor
The Artment’s Modern Art Lap Cushion Desk is the ideal equipment for anybody who is fascinated by modern design and likes to repurpose products. The design approach for this cushion desk was fairly simple, combining two essential elements and making a useful-for-all product. On one side you have a sturdy laminated engineered wood surface, and the other side is a soft and comfortable cushion with polyester upholstery. No matter which family member picks up, we’re sure that our cushion desk will prove to be useful to them. Since the cushion desk is light in weight it can be carried around the house by anyone.
The Rivaayat Terracotta Face Planter is a super adorable plater which will send a rush of happiness throughout your body. The earthiness of the planter combined with the green of your small plant is bound to take away your stress. Along with that, the calm face on the pot gives it a minimal look that is perfect for someone who doesn’t want chaos. Brining terracotta elements into the home in a minimal way is the new and hip style of caring for the earth! Minimalism emerged in New York in the 1960s, characterized by extreme simplicity of form and a literal, objective approach. The concept relies on the belief that instead of owning a lot, the focus should be shifted to owning necessary items and living a clutter-free life. Today, the idea of minimalism fits well into our lives, owing to the acceptance of sustainability, functionality, ergonomics.