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IVY MUSE Planters

Lucid Fields


 Unity

Unity

Melbourne-based botanical wares studio, IVY MUSE launches its Spring 2019 collection ‘Lucid Fields’.

‘Lucid Fields’ includes eight Melbourne-designed and made products and features expressive forms and an uplifting colour palette.

The collection sees the release of two brand new spun metal planters; ‘Chubby’ (available in two sizes; Junior and Senior) and ‘Lily’. All are available in four powder-coated colours; Black, White, and limited edition Claret and Sky Blue and are suitable for indoor or outdoor use.

‘Lucid Fields’ also includes ‘Unity’ wall planter, crafted from spun aluminium and powder coated steel, it is available in three colours; Powder Black, Powder White and limited edition Claret.

 Chubby Planter Large

Chubby Planter Large

 Lily Planter Large

Lily Planter Large

 

Complementing the offering is a brand new spun metal plant hanger ‘Air Pom Pom’, available in two sizes (small and large) and two colours; Powder Black and Powder White.

Also new to the lineup, ‘Ribbon Dividers’; a series of powder coated ribbon steel dividers that team with pots to create a green wall. ‘Ribbon Dividers’ are available in three sizes and three colours; Black, White and Oyster Grey.

 Air Pom Pom

Air Pom Pom

 Ribbon Dividers

Ribbon Dividers

 

Ivy Muse commissioned renowned Victorian potter Robert Gordon to produce an exclusive range of hand-made pots to complement the ‘Lucid Fields’ range. Made from slip-cast ceramic, each pot has been combined with unique glazes of Lavender and Sky Blue and are available in one size.

‘Lucid Fields’ draws its inspiration from the luminous elegance of plants and their ability to communicate with people as their carers. “We wanted to celebrate the natural brilliance of plants in all their glory,” explains co-founder Jacqui Vidal. “‘Lucid Fields’ is really about showcasing greenery, celebrating their myriad of benefits and ultimately letting them do their wondrous thing’”, adds co-founder Alana Langan.