Hairy Babes – Funny Ceramics Plant Pots



I believe that plants make the house livelier and more colourful and bring life into it. I love having lots of plants and, even though I do love flower bouquets from the flower shop, I prefer flower pots because they last longer and do not fade away in a couple of days. And I also try to choose different pots for the plants in each room. And since I have a healthy sense of humour, I though it would be a good idea to look for some funny plant pots that would fit the kitchen and the kids room better than the traditional ones. And I found these very funny Hairy Babes designed by Namiko Murakoshi.

This British designer with Japanese origins is very creative and designed these funny planters made of ceramics with the purpose of making people smile when they see them. The planters look like round faces with different expressions on them: surprise, happiness, sadness, etc. They keep the flower or plant pot inside and when the leaves grow they look like funny heads with green hair. That’s why they are called Hairy Babes.

Any way, you simply can’t help smiling when you see the funny face with round eyes, an expression of surprise on its face and tall green hair with a red flower on top. Check out all photos on the designer ‘s official web page.


Published by in Outdoor, on August 1st, 2011

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