February 20, 2015

mid-Century Planter Modern Garden Design: Modern Planter (Grey)


Design in progress on the courtyard/patio of a mid-century modern case-study inspired minimal dream house in Sonoma California. Two matching Spindel Planters were used. Small and large size perfectly compliment each other.  The large planter was placed in its location a year before the smaller and shows the natural evolution of the weathering of the fiber cement concrete.  The large Spindel Planter was topped off with semi drought-tolerant succulents. The mid-century modern Spindel planter was designed by Willy Guhl and Anton Bee in 1951. The beautiful modernist Spindel planter has a shape which was inspired after an hourglass. This super stylish mid century modern planter is a customer favorite and matches well with any mid-century modern house, ranch style, Eichlers, Cliff May, Richard Neutra, Donald Wexler and the likes.  Garden pots and planters come in all shapes and colors, but nothing comes close to this highly decorative modern planter. This beautiful modern garden planter is effortlessly elegant and will add the perfect finishing touch to your landscape design project, interior courtyard, patio, garden terrace or modernist garden. A beautiful addition to your refined garden design, this modernist planter will is a natural choice with your modern patio and garden furniture collection. Use this beautiful modernist planter as a flower planter or lay them out with succulent plants and cacti. Top them off with black Mexican beach pebbles or small rounded white Carrara marble pebbles for a finishing contemporary modern design look. Made and imported from Switzerland.