PER­FECT PAIRS

Some pieces be­long to­gether. Here’s how to re­ally put your plants on a pedestal

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Pieces that form a meant-to-be com­bi­na­tion. These planters and stands cre­ate stun­ning dis­plays

AHEAD OF THE CURVE

why it works: Rounded forms al­low nat­u­ral tex­tures to shine ‘ Vayu’ planter, USD$80, Light + Lad­der, ligh­tand­lad­der.com. ‘Bobby’ stool by Daniel Tucker, $515, De­signByThem, de­signbythem.com.

SQUARE DEAL

why it works: Sharp an­gles and rugged sur­faces pro­vide a solid base for green­ery to star ‘Faceted Mod­ern’ resin com­pos­ite planter, $249, West Elm, west­elm.com.au. ‘Cabo’ con­crete stool, $380, GlobeWest, globewest.com.au.

THE RIGHT BAL­ANCE

why it works: Top and toe peach tones sand­wich a sycamore tim­ber sur­face ‘Even Steven’ pot, $145, Capra De­signs, caprade­signs.com. San­cal ‘Pion’ oc­ca­sional ta­ble, from $2102, Ke-Zu, kezu.com.au.

Pop & Scott’s ‘Ri­cardo’ pot, from $145, makes a lively state­ment on the sim­ple ‘Drum’ stool, $320.

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