December 12 / 2018

Make your outdoors stylish with the FLO planter from CALMA

While helping to complete the look of outdoor spaces, a planter can serve additional purposes at the same time. Contemporary planters are not only decorative container for plants and flowers, they can also support additional functions, such as being a beautiful complement to dining and lounge sets or acting as a divider or a focal point within an outdoor arrangement.


The FLO planter in combination with the OM sunshade, the TEN table and the UNA chair: perfect to entertain and relax

The FLO planter, a new design by Oscar VerdelaRocha for CALMA, is a perfect option to accomplish all these goals maximizing at the same time the personalization of spaces.

Featuring a textured finish in white and sand colours, it offers an excellent way to blend natural and manufactured aesthetics. Its sensual rounded edge rectangular design, which is the result of the perfect fusion of opposite forms – a rectangle and a circumference-, provides environments with a sense of proportion and harmony.


Made of rotational moulded polyethylene, the FLO planter is weather and fade-resistant for year-round use. The central vase is suitable to house plants either directly or with small pots.


Marked spots on the bottom of the PE container indicate where to drill drainage holes that allow excess water to seep out after watering.


FLO is available with hidden wheels for easy movement (recommended for smooth surfaces only).‎

Highlighting the elegance of simplicity, FLO can be used either to beautify the landscape and help integrate the pool and terraces into the environment or to bring the freshness of the outside inside, in living rooms or workplaces for example. No limits to creativity…

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