Set of 2 Concrete Planters on a Wooden Stand:
This distinctive set of two concrete planters have an eye-catching contemporary design which is perfect for the modern home and garden. With stylish concrete bowls placed on top of tapered, wooden legs, these planters can either be used to showcase house plants inside the home, however, they are equally suitable for outdoor use, thanks to concrete’s superb strength and durability.
These planters would also look great in commercial premises, such as foyers, reception areas and waiting rooms to give your busuiness a stylish and contemporary look which is sure to catch customer’s attention .The smaller planter measures 39.x39.x51.H(cm), with the larger planter measuring 36.5x36.5x43.H(cm). The shallow depth of these planters makes them perfect for displaying more delicate and tropical plants to complement the planter’s modern design.
What we love about this collection:
Highly regarded for the insulating properties they provide, concrete planters and pots are a reliable and durable choice which are certain to withstand the test of time, as well as giving a luxurious, high quality appearance. Concrete planters are growing in popularity, especially compared to the more traditional planter materials thanks to their robust construction and increasingly modern appearance.
All of the concrete planters and pots in our collection are available with a 12 month constructional warranty.
Care & Cleaning
All of our products are covered by a One Year Structural Guarantee unless otherwise stated. Therefore, if any of our products develop faults during this time, please contact us and we can issue you with a replacement. Exceptions to this guarantee are:
- Domestic products used in commercial environments
- General Wear and Tear
- Faults due to misuse or inappropriate due care
12 month constructional warranty
If your planter is usually positioned on a terrace, be sure to move the planter and clean the area underneath from time to time. Doing this will prevent the build-up of mould or fungi which can cause discolouration of terraces, due to moisture being trapped under surfaces for prolonged periods of time.