We Want a Few of These Reclaimed Wood Pineapple Planters

We’d take a few of these handmade “Pineapple Air Plant Magnets” to brighten up and enliven the kitchen a little. They’re made out of reclaimed wood and painted either a tropical yellow or shimmering gold. They’re small, fitting in the hand like a grenade (approximately 2″ x 1.5″ x 1.5″). The cost is $23.41, which includes the planter, the plant, and a care instruction card. Get yours here.

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