Botanical garden woodland painted nature planter box or tote is hand painted with botanical garden cottage flowers. Custom made is a nature inspired outdoor or in accent of painted furniture.
In the home and garden it is a great way to brighten up a farmhouse cottage chic home decor. Use in your kitchen hall entry or bath.
Use inside in the kitchen or use it for a planter with pansies or herbs planted in clay pots. Planter needs to be lined (not included) if planting directly into the planter.
My custom made and hand crafted wooden storage utensil tote or planter painted a cottage creamy white is one of a kind. I hand paint garden wildflowers on the front and back.
Palette: raspberry, white, cream, leaf green, clear blue, cornflower blue, yellow, purple, lavender.
I use my tote for forks and knives and to keep my brushes clean and dry but you can add a plant or cut greens and you have a fabulous upscale shabby chic farmhouse cottage home accent.
Using it as a planter? Let me know and I will send some moss along to cover the pots at no charge(only within the 48 US states).
Made of pine
Tote measures:12.25"l x 6.5"d x 8.75"h
Inside compartments are 5"l x 5"w x 4.25"d.
Hours to finish about 4 hrs.
The design is sketched on my own hand crafted wood keepsake box. I hand paint and add my signature line work. Each box is a one of a kind work. I do not use stencils transfers or prints and they are always my original work. A functional piece of art can easily fit any decor from traditional funky whimsical or of course farmhouse.
Every piece is signed and dated.
Hours to complete 6 1/2hrs
Ready to ship.
All rights are not transferable with the purchase of this painting and remain with the artist.
The copyright is for photographing and does not appear on the original.
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Laurie is a US-based nature botanical artist known for her detailed whimsical flower watercolors. Using only the finest quality materials her paintings murals and custom painted furniture are investment pieces that will bring nature home for decades to come.
Check out more of my work at laurierohner.com & betweentheweeds.com