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Planter | Bundi | Brown

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  • Curator Notes

    Dimensions: - 22 × 23 cm | 19.5 × 20 cm | 26 × 16 cm

    Bundi is a minimalist earthenware planter from House Doctor. The smooth glaze and clean design create simplicity and a touch of understated elegance. With its neutral brown shade, Bundi will blend in with other colours but still stand out in all its minimalism. This version of the planter is medium size in a selection of 3 sizes. Used together and with plants, they will adorn any corner and room in ya home. If you choose not to use plants, Bundi becomes a decorative element with a modern touch.
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    OriginVietnam
  • Care Instruction

    Whether it is a plain red clay flower pot or a fancy glazed ceramic flower pot, having discolouration and stains on it not only looks bad but may also affect your plants growing in it. Stains and discolouration of flower pots are usually caused by minerals, fungus, algae or mould, but you can easily clean your flower pots to look like new again.

     

    Glazed Ceramic Flower Pots

    The nice thing about glazed pottery, besides its attractive appearance, is it is usually easier to clean than unglazed pots. Glazes are non-porous, and therefore, stains and discolouration stay on the surface of the flower pot and are not absorbed into the porous clay.

    • After emptying your ceramic flower pot of plants and soil, use a stiff brush or dish scrubber to brush off and remove any loose dirt or mineral buildup on your pot.
    • Next, use a mixture of mild dish soap and water with your stiff brush and scrub the stains. You may need to use some steel wool on stubborn stains and discolouration.
    • When you feel you have removed as much as you can using this method, rinse your pot thoroughly to remove all the dish soap.
    • If there is still mineral residue on your pot, make a thick paste of baking soda and water. Apply this paste to your pot and scrub the pot with your stiff brush or steel wool. This should remove any remaining stains on your flower pot.
    • Again, thoroughly rinse your pot after using the cleaning paste. As a final cleaning measure, and one that will leave your ceramic glazed flower pots sparkling, you can place them in your dishwasher and run them using white vinegar in place of dishwasher soap.

     

    Unglazed and Terra Cotta Flower Pots

    The same methods used to clean a glazed ceramic flower pot can be used to clean your unglazed pots, though it may take a little more scrubbing.

    • In addition to those methods, after you have scrubbed off any stains and discolouration, you can sterilize or kill any harmful bacteria or fungus that may be in your flower pot by baking them in your oven.
    • Place your clean, dry pots in your oven at 220 to 250 degrees F.
    • Leave them to bake for one to two hours.
    • Turn off the oven but keep the pots in the oven to cool to room temperature. This method effectively kills any bacteria in your flower pots but be warned that it does produce a stinky odour.
  • End of Life

    This product is part of The Restore Program. That means you can send it back to us if you don’t want it anymore. Simply check the following form pre-populated for your convenience and send it to us. We will arrange a return for your product so it can have a second life, and you will be rewarded with points that you can redeem on your future orders.

    • Shipping
      • Free Shipping For Orders Over £150.00
      • Standard Delivery – Within 1 – 2 business days (in-stock)
        £5.99
      • Delivery to a UPS Collection Point – 1-3 working days
        £4.99
      • Special home delivery for large volume orders with assembly - 7-14 business days
        £14.99
    • EXCHANGES AND RETURNS
      You can attach the pre-paid shipping label to your return package and leave it at our courier’s nearest drop off location. You can find additional information about the Exchange and Return Policy or your right to withdrawal in our FAQ .

    Design Story

    Society of Lifestyle was founded by the three siblings Gitte Juhl Capel, Rikke Juhl Jensen and Klaus Juhl Pedersen in 2001 under the name House Doctor.

    Society of Lifestyle is an inspiring lifestyle universe with five unique and diverse brands: House Doctor, Nicolas Vahé, byNORD, Meraki and Monograph. While each brand has its own range and identity, Society of Lifestyle represents a complete lifestyle concept. A concept based on modern aesthetics and distinct designs.

    It is a family-owned, multi-brand company devoted to creating elegantly designed products and incorporating current consumer trends. Innovation and creativity run through its DNA.

    Projects by Society of Lifestyle

    Society of Lifestyle stands with Kenya Book Box by donating funds collected by our employees and by providing school supplies from Monograph.

    Society of Lifestyle supports Grow for It– a Danish non-profit organisation with a mission to clean up the earth’s atmosphere by planting trees.

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