Only a few days ago, I moved most of my plants outdoors to enjoy the warmer weather, and I’m already wondering how to add more to the interior! Bujnie’s Floos Wall Plant Hanger has given me even more impetus to find a new climbing plant friend. Designed by Izabela Serej and Aleksandra Majdzik, Floos is inspired by nothing less than nature itself. Its modular design – consisting of a “stem” and “buds” – is based on the development of a flower and its lifecycle.
Each of Floos’ “flowers” is a metal shelf that your potted plant can sit upon, made by connecting individual stems and buds, providing each unique plant with its own growth system. The bud acts as the link between individual stems, as well as their endpoints. Add to each module to create more or less complex structures. Floos allows biophiles to create their own structure that suits the plant’s needs as well as their own aesthetic preferences.
Climbing plants, such as pothos, need conditions that allow for healthy expansion in all directions, which is usually based on some type of support. In nature there are lots of things to choose from – trees, pergolas, fences, etc. – but indoors we need to provide for them. The powder-coated steel Floos Wall Plant Hanger is available in four colors: terracotta, beige, cobalt, and green. In addition, it can be painted in any RAL color.
To learn more about the Floos Wall Plant Hanger, visit bujnie.pl.
Photography by Sebastian Saleta.