Boxcar Bench & Boxcar Planter By Revolution Design House

April 29th, 2015 by retail design blog

Portland-based studio, Revolution Design House, have created the Boxcar Bench, which was inspired by their much smaller tabletop Boxcar Planter.

The indoor/outdoor bench holds on to all the design details that made the original 13” long Boxcar planter set so successful: modern form, high quality materials and expert craftsmanship. The blue powder coated steel ends and walnut slats are attached to an endoskeleton without any visible hardware, and the stainless steel planting pot sets off the plants within.

Design: Revolution Design House

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One thought on “Boxcar Bench & Boxcar Planter By Revolution Design House

  1. Drew says:

    This is great outdoor or indoor furniture. The paint gives the wood a fresh look.

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