If you’re looking for modular furniture at its most feminine, look no further than the Plame coffee table from designer Jaime Andres Quinapallo Salcedo.
Femininity and fertility is the main theme of this sensual piece, which mimics the curves of a woman’s body in a flowing design.
The table has a space at the top for a planter with which to grow medicinal herbs, though one could certainly use the planter for flowers or other small plants.
Another amazing multifunctional planter is the Otto ottoman and planter.
Despite the table’s curves, the top levels (both of slightly differing heights) are flat and allow you to put a lamp or a vase on them without it falling off.
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Plame’s sturdy design is covered in a sleek coat of lacquer with a water base, making it an elegant, eye-catching addition to your living room or office.
Buy at OKS interior design.