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Haskell Collection's new modern Trapa planters

September 1, 2011 |  9:00 am

TRAPA on Deck

Orange County designers Andrew Stoneman and Laura Haskell have created a chic new line of outdoor furnishings inspired by their own Midcentury Modern home. Can't find any furniture and planters that seem right? Why, just make your own.

Pieces on deck The Haskell Collection's latest designs are the indoor-outdoor modular Trapa planters, which have a clean Case Study vibe. 

The interchangeable pots are made of 100% recycled domestic aluminum. They come in two sizes (6 or 12 inches high) and two powder-coat colors (gray and pearl).

The pots can be paired with steel stands in two heights (12 or 24 inches). All the pieces are made by hand in Southern California.

The Trapa planters are available at  2Modern, Livingreen, Bobby Berk Home and Spacify. The suggested retail price is $184 to $228 for the stands and $365 to $528 for the pots.

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-- Lisa Boone

Photos: Haskell Collection