Plint 3 Vessels from Skagerak

Things are usually made for a reason and for a purpose, but if you are creative enough, you can use them for different other purposes. For example a pitcher is made to serve at table, to be filled with wine or water and then fill the glasses around it. However, if you want to, you can use it as a vase of flowers, you can store milk in it, you can fill it with soil and then plant something there, etc. The same thing happens with this Plint 3 Vessels from Skagerak. It was originally made for storing different kinds of spices, as it has three different jars for this purpose. But you can use it as you see fit. For example you can use it for storing different small items if you take this in an office or maybe you can fill the vessels with soil and use them as flower pots.

This will certainly bring a fresh new look to your office. But you can also use it for displaying different servings like peanuts, pretzels and so on, as it is very mobile and the three vessels are pretty small, perfect for storing the above mentioned food. The three porcelain vessels are white and beautiful and they are supported by a wooden plint and this makes the set really useful and moveable. These are just a few suggestions, but you can use your imagination and need and change their purpose. So if you want them, you can have them for $77.

Published by in Office Design Ideas, on April 25th, 2012


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