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Katie Smith | Smitten

Soft Pot Fabric Container, Twigs Orange | Plant Pot | Small Storage Container

$37.90

These soft pot containers by Katie Smith of Smitten Design, are so versatile - they make a stylish pot for an indoor plant,  but are also fabulous storage containers for little things that are hard to find a home for.

Hand-printed by Katie, onto a beautiful European 100% oat linen, using water-based eco-friendly inks. A heavy cotton canvas inner, allowing them to hold their shape while still maintaining a soft look and feel. The timelessness and craftsmanship of Katie's designs appeal to all, making them an easy gift choice, or a stylish addition to your own home.

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There are loads of great uses - the possibilities are endless and only limited to your imagination! 

Keep things organised with these ideas for storage:

  • Children's room: lego, coloured pencils and pens, small toys & treasures
  • Nursery: muslin wipes, socks, creams and lotions
  • Kitchen: coffee pods, packaged teabags, sugar sachets, eggs, lemons, small fruit, special treats
  • Work: desktop storage for small stationery goods such as pens, sellotape, correction tape, staples.
  • Craft/Studio: cotton-reels, embroidery thread, beads, paint pots & tubes
  • Bedroom: costume jewellery, hair accessories, silk scarves

170mm H x 160mm diameter (when turned up)
130mm H x 160mm diameter (when turned down at top)
Print/colour: Twigs, Orange

About the Artist:

Textile designer Katie Smith (Smitten Textile Designs) at work in her Auckland studio

Katie's textile crush started when she was young. As a teenager, she hoarded charity-shop fabrics, obsessively sniffing out textiles with superior weaves and designs. In her own practice, many years on, this remains at the core of her business ethos: quality over quantity; carefully curated colours that change and evolve subtly and run against the prevailing tide of mass consumption. 

Katie is inspired by her stomping grounds, wherever she is. She is always getting distracted by the sheer beauty of things that some people overlook: from industrial forms, to the shapes made from natural clusters in nature. When people purchase her products they are getting a personal story and a connection to her as a maker. 

Find out more about Smitten Design Textiles here...