Feature Grain Friday #7
Feature Grain Friday #7
FeatureGrain Friday number 7 is a one of a kindBoxcar Triple - Walnut & Orange
This Feature Grain Boxcar Triple is made from a single piece of Walnut that had a giant knot right through the middle of piece.
ONLY ONE LISTING AVAILABLE. Actual item seen in photo.
The Boxcars are handmade in our shop in Portland, Oregon. As we manufacture the designs, we occasionally come across unique characteristics in the wood-grain which we call FeatureGrain. Now, each Friday we will release a new, unique one-of-a-kind pieces as our FeatureGrain Friday. This special listing is the actual product seen in photos and is fully functional.
Designed and made by Joe Gibson for Revolution Design House.
About the Boxcar Triples
Walnut Boxcar Triple succulent planter with a clear finish and a pop of Orange accent. This single planter provides three holes for three succulents. The clean lines and geometric angles make this planter sophisticated and is sure to be a conversation piece.
Designed by Joe Gibson
Includes a stainless-steel insert to plant within.
Succulent plants are recommended.
*Do not allow water to remain on wood finish. Water spots may occur*
The Boxcars are made to order at our workshop in Portland, Oregon. Items may take up to 14 days to ship.
What's in the Box: One Walnut Triple Boxcar succulent planter with Orange accent, three stainless-steel inserts for planting into and care instructions for Boxcar planters.
Features: Boxcar sets are cut from one block of solid wood. The ends are hand-painted to insure the highest quality of craftsmanship.
Size & Compatibility: Dimensions - 11”L x 2 5/8”H x 2 7/8”W The stainless-steel insert holds a 2” succulent plant.
Materials: Walnut, Latex Paint, Oil-based topcoat and Stainless Steel inserts. The materials for the Boxcar planters have been carefully considered for both function and design. The Walnut comes form Eastern United States and consists of grain variations making each Boxcar Set truly unique. We use an oil-based finish to enhance the beauty and the longevity of the planter. The stainless steel inserts will not rust and prevent rot or cracking inside the wood holes.
- Transplant the succulent into the stainless steel cups provided.
- Keep the soil line below the top of the stainless steel cups so soil won’t come into contact with the wood once they’re in place.
- Place the planted stainless steel cups into the Boxcar body.
- Carefully water the plant and avoid overflow into the hole of wooden planter. The succulent plants only require a few drops of water every two to three weeks.
*Attention: Do not allow water to remain on wood finish after watering. Spotting may occur.*