Do you love the look of beautifully displayed plants in a window, or the idea of having fresh herbs available in your kitchen, but have nowhere to grow them? Then this clever window décor from Umbra is your solution!
Introducing Triflora by Umbra
Triflora combines the utility of a drapery rod with the wonderful thing about potted plants for a piece of décor that displays greenery in your window with ease.
Great for herbs, succulents, and vine plants, Triflora mounts from your wall or ceiling. It adds functionality to your window, turning it into a space where You’ll be able to display plants.
Triflora’s highly durable melamine pots are made to fit standard size 3-inch diameter pots. You’ll be able to alter the length of its ropes, in addition to slide them across the rod with the intention to change the placement of the plant pots for a customized look.
Triflora measures 24 x 5 x 43 inches (length of rope) and is made to fit a standard 24-inch kitchen window. Its pots are white and its rod and ropes are black.
For a very simple and elegant space-saving solution for growing house plants, order Triflora today!
DISPLAY PLANTS IN YOUR WINDOW: By hanging planters on a metal rod, Triflora makes it easy to water and display plants in your window, without taking up sill space
ADJUSTS HORIZONTALLY AND VERTICALLY: You’ll be able to slide Triflora’s ropes along the rod and adjust the length of the rope to customize the placement of the hanging planters
DURABLE PLANTERS, FITS STANDARD SIZE POTS: Durable melamine planters (inspired by the shape of church bells) fit standard 3-inch diameter plant pots, so there is no need for re-potting
ALL MOUNTING HARDWARE INCLUDED: Triflora comes with all mounting hardware, fits a standard 24-inch kitchen window and can also be ceiling or wall-mounted, making it ideal for an indoor herb garden, succulent plants, or vines
DESIGNED BY CHRIS SNELL AND DAYNA MAILACH: Chris and Dayna were inspired by a number of the DIY hacks they have got seen people create with the intention to hang plants in their windows and wanted to simplify the process. The tendency to house indoor plants by the window made the utility of the drapery rod a natural fit for this design