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Toyo | Plant Lovers Tray | Peach

Regular price $50.00 NZD
Regular price $89.00 NZD Sale price $50.00 NZD
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In 1969, Toyo Steel manufactured the world's first seamless steel toolbox. Ever since, Toyo Steel continue to manufacture their toolboxes to be simple, sturdy, rugged and yet beautiful.

The Stackable Plant Lover Tray (Terracotta) is a special collaborated toolbox by Judith de Graaff x TOYO STEEL.

Judith is a Dutch designer living in France. She is the co-founder of the Urban Jungle Bloggers community, co-author of bestselling books “Urban Jungle” and “Plant Tribe" and lifestyle blogger on with a focus on plants, colour, design, and travel.

For this project, Judith x TOYO STEEL have worked together to bring joy - particularly for those who enjoy living with plants, and for those who adore a contemporary design! Take your favourite green friends into this fun M-8 PLANT LOVER Terracotta. It will shine in your space!

Comment from Judith:
“ Spring is the perfect moment to repot your plants and give them room and nutrients to grow. The M-8 PLANT LOVER box that we designed is such a handy tool when repotting at home. You can use the box to mix your own soils, or to keep your surfaces clean when repotting plants. When your plants are freshly repotted: the M-8 PLANT LOVER will keep your plants cozy together and shows you are a true PLANT LOVER! What I love about TOYO STEEL is that they create useful and durable items that last a lifetime (or longer!). Steel is one of the most recycled materials in the world, and when working with plants a sustainable choice becomes even more obvious. For this special collaboration, we picked a beautiful light terracotta colour that compliments the colours of the plants' foliage as well as common terracotta pots. This M-8 PLANT LOVER box is beautifully crafted and and shows that planty dreams will not rust. “


all-steel construction, external size 333mm x137mm x 96.5mm, internal size 307mm x 201mm x 94mm
weighs 1.4kg, made in Osaka, Japan