No modern urban interiors shoot cuts the mustard without some stylish potted botany or an indoor terrarium. And if you’re an interiors design fan, you can’t have failed to notice that succulents have made something of a resurgence.
Cue east London company Geo-Fleur, who create bang-on-trend geometric homewares with a range encompassing copper hanging planters, ceramic vases, glass air plant hangers, hand-poured soy candles and macramé kits. Currently residing in their pop-up shop at Wood St Indoor Market, Walthamstow, the company are stocked in several retails outlets such as Southbank Centre and No Culture Icons.
Having launched early 2015, the companies immediate success has seen them recently launch a Kickstarter campaign, in order to raise cash for a Geo-Fleur van — funds which will no doubt encourage their next growth spurt. Like many of the new generation of makers, Geo-Fleur also share their skills and knowledge, hosting regular workshops in creating your own terrarium or macramé plant hangers. Perfect for when you’ve run out of surface space and start opting for the ceiling.