Satsumas: the all-white and wood range
Ikea As usual, Ikea offers a nice range with a Nordic design, simple and functional, which will allow you to create a real indoor garden. We particularly like the pedestal which allows to put three plants while bringing a white and wood look to a living room.
A staircase pedestal
Ikea Still at Ikea, this staircase pedestal is ideal for a small apartment. Compact, it still accommodates three plants. We love its white metal look with industrial tones. A beautiful demonstration of design in all simplicity.
An ultra geometric plant holder
Ferm Living For lovers of geometric design and gardening, opt for the feet and planters offered by Ferm Living. For a vegetal look, we combine models of different heights and colors, particularly elegant.
Black and graphic
Crate & Barrel Minimalist spirit for pedestals with integrated planters by Crate & Barrel. We like here the tripod base which gives them a drawn and structured look. Just like the bronze finish which gives the metal a subtle aged appearance.
Seletti Seletti offers a very original pedestal, belonging to the Turn Collection range. High, thin and slender on its tripod, it will perch our plants with great style. Natural beech blends with white porcelain to add that extra touch to the room.
A sleek and modular pedestal
Mut design Big crush for this creation from the Mut design studio which invents modular pedestals. The pots fit into the structure for a sleek and poetic look. The colors of the feet are combined for an assured decorative effect.
The pedestal as a screen
Maisons du Monde The pedestal is also invented in a folding screen, as here with a Maisons du Monde model. With its country house spirit, it displays wrought iron as the material of choice for a garden spirit of yesteryear inside.
Wireline: a trend also for plants
KKDW Wired metal invites itself into the bedroom with the hanging lamps, in the kitchen in the form of shelves and ... in the living room to serve as display furniture for our green plants! We love this very drawn model which revisits the design of the 50s to create an ultra-contemporary plant holder.
One leg, 5 trays
Amadeus This zinc effect pedestal will showcase five plants in a minimum of space thanks to its staggered trays. We like the raw iron effect which is softened by the roundness of the shelves. Finally, the tap at the end of the foot serves as a humorous nod to the past.