Multifunctional Product Designs that combine your love of plants with the modern lifestyle!

I love having plants at my home! Agreed, I have had some troubles and mishaps, and quite a few succulents have sacrificed themselves to my cause, but I can’t help trying to make my surroundings greener. What I would love to own though, is all of these designs that beautifully marry everyday products with plants. This unique list includes everything from lamps that create a self-sustaining environment, which means the plants are safe from my busy hands to a coffee table, indoor farms and even a terrarium where the plants and fish live off each other’s ecosystem! However green your thumb is, there is surely a design that can match your gardening skills.

Mygdal Plant Light by Nui Studio is a revolutionary lighting solution not just because the luminaire is a completely self-sustaining ecosystem where the plants can grow undisturbed, but also because of its one-of-a-kind electrically conductive glass coating

The Oasis Multifunctional Table brings together a planter at the base of a table, which keeps green thanks to the integrated LED lights, and stays hydrated via the clever funnel found at the center of the table top. Excess water simply drips down to the collection tray and evaporates back into the air, as designed by Pei-Ju Wu

The Brot is a lamp and planter combined into one slick, terracotta package. The lamp provides nourishment to a tiny kitchen-garden that you can literally pick from and use in your meals by Benditas Studio

Spanning four floors, House Patrocinio is located in Lisbon, Portugal and it’s a house like no other, with its lush vertical garden exterior.  Underneath all of the green is a rectangular tower of a building but the facade, and the approximately 4,500 plants that cover it make it a standout by Rebelo Andrade

The Home Aquaponics Fish Tank creates a wonderful self-sustaining ecosystem where an aquarium and terrarium live off each other’s waste, beautifully displaying the relationship between flora and fauna by Daylight Design & Back to the Roots

Designed to blend in with your existing home atmosphere, Aeva is what happens when Scandinavian design values meet modern hydroponics by  Conner Tidd & Kevin Jakiela for Inertia

Etta is a wooden room divider composed of a base and of reconfigurable elements. The little bench acts as a seat and as a platform where it is possible to arrange at will the mobile elements: a little table/shelf, an upholstered backrest, and two grids, one vertical and the other horizontal, conceived to support different typologies of houseplants by Dossofiorito

Mirror Halo and Coffee Table Ovio, are designs that incorporate plants by Poland based Bujnie

Botanical Planter Screens by Helen Koutoris provides a sense of natural visual separation to indoor and outdoor spaces alike

The AU_34 plant Halo Lamp by Massimo Cappella Studio

Clairy is an award-winning planter/purifier hybrid that adds a touch of aesthetic beauty and greenery to your space. With a purifier integrated into the planter itself, Clairy pulls polluted air through its top, allowing to pass through and around the plant and soil, getting the plant to absorb microorganisms, gases, and dust particles by Vitesy

Plantable by JAILmake has the legs that double as supporting trestles while the pots fit snugly at the foot of each leg