The blue colour reduces stress, generating a sense of calmness, comfort, and order, just like looking at the vast blue sky. The colour also helps slow metabolism. Be free with this compelling Concrete Hexamont Planter from our Invertrix Collection. Buy concrete planters online, available in three separate colour palettes. Widely deemed a symbol of love and passion, the rose is often associated with Aphrodite, the goddess of love. And blue roses have usually found their place in fairytales. Add a little fairytale magic to your surroundings with this rose-like make-in-India planter.
Buy planters online to be wrapped in greenery and put plants on just about every surface possible. Place these chic cement planters on pedestals or set them in your bathroom, the options to use this concrete pot are endless.
- Concrete is a glorious natural product, and being so raw it is recommended that the planter is kept out of contact with oil and other greasy substances.
- All individual planters will be slightly different and there might be small air bubbles being the beauty and stand out quality of the raw material.
- All concrete planters come with a drainage hole.
- All concrete planters come without plants.
- The measurements may vary slightly due to being handmade.
- The product comes with felt pads at the bottom of the tray to protect the surface of your furniture against any damage.
Returns & Refund
Eliteearth accepts returns on products provided that a wrong or damaged product has been shipped.
All returns and replacement requests need to be raised within 7 days of receiving the order. Please note that Personalized products and Made to Order products are not eligible for Returns and Refunds.
Most products on Handtribe are handcrafted, hence there may be slight blemishes/distinctions in the actual product from the images that are not product faults. These variations are an indispensable part of buying handmade goods, making them truly unique and one of a kind.
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