Decorated with expressive illustrative faces in black and white, they are made from ceramic that is durable and characterful.
Its monochrome palette looks striking when contrasted with green plants or colourful flowers, while their wide cylindrical shape makes them the perfect host.
Suitable for use as planters, flowerpots, containers or simply as decorative objects, they feature an elegant cylindrical shape and raised circular base.
Their unique and quirky appeal makes a wonderful gift. Create a whole family with multiple planters or pair with other items from the collection.
Made from ceramic.
These planters were designed for Kitsch Kitchen by Ingela P. Arrhenius, a Sweden-based illustrator.
She favours a naïve style and expresses her passion for the 50s and 60s through her work.
Kitsch Kitchen is a Dutch brand founded by Ingelies Straatemeier in 1994.
Kitsch Kitchen is a Dutch brand founded by Ingelies Straatemeier.
Beginning her career with a market stall selling Mexican kitchenware on the famous Noordermark in Amsterdam, Straatemeier opened Kitsch Kitchen in 1994.
Today it is recognised for its colourful, unique and quirky home décor that has earned its place in the design world.