Berlin-based Studio Rem has a new collection of house planters, with a frosted glass top that resembles a foggy forest setting. The globe-like design, called Nebl, makes your plants delightfully cozy and intriguing, and encourages the viewer to take a closer look. Metals and ceramic bases create a nice pedestal look, almost like the plants are a type of light fixture. And it’s a bonus that this design screams “moss and fog”. Via Yanko Design:
The pure and minimalistic design of Nebl represents the sense of peacefulness and calmness that strikes, when everything is wrapped in rich, grey quietness on a foggy day.
Nebl is an intuitive and innovative planter that salutes unity and simplicity. Nebel is the German word for ‘fog’ and this exact meteorological phenomenon is the main source of inspiration for designer Michael Rem. Nebl consists of two parts: A ceramic base in which the plant is placed, and a frosted glass that is placed on the base. The glass has two openings with different sizes, which makes it possible to place the glass either high or low on the base.