Desktop Eco Pot

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Nothing soothes the soul in the work place quite like adding some nice foliage to the mix. The Eco Pot gives you that much needed touch of greenery, while also providing essential storage space for your pens and pencils.

Developed by the Kharkiv, Ukraine-based designer Julia Kononenko, the Eco Pot combines two sought after desk features into one beautifully designed product. One side of the pot houses space for all your writing utensils, while the other gives you a small corner to grow some plants. The pot is constructed from durable wood with a molded glass insert. You can even connect the individual pots to create a modular system. The product is currently available through the designer’s website, and retails for $75. [Purchase]

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