A minimalist design that brings the tranquility of a foggy day indoors.

Designed by Berlin-based Studio Rem for Danish brand Gejst, the Nebl planter has a striking appearance explained by its name. The word “nebel” means “fog” in German. Studio founder Michael Rem has drawn inspiration from this meteorological phenomenon to design the modern planter. Minimalist and elegant, Nebl features two components. The ceramic base provides perfect support, while the frosted glass recreates the feel of a foggy morning indoors.

Thanks to the two openings of different sizes, the user can set the glass element lower or higher on the ceramic base, depending on their need. Placed inside the glass, plants make Nebl’s original concept come to life. The frosted glass makes the greenery look like it is enveloped in fog, bringing a sense of calm and peacefulness into living spaces. A perfect way to create a focal point in a room while enhancing the atmosphere. Nebl comes in two sizes as well as black and gray base options. Both floor and table planters are available online via Gejst. Photographs© Studio Rem.

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