‘We Smell The Rain,’ has upheld a daunting task to bring greenery within our work and living spaces by inventing contemporary objects. Kim Band of Amsterdam-based design studio envisioned and worked on the idea so that everyone could get an opportunity to turn their homes into a greener living spaces and inspire them to treat the environment with compassion. With this objective in mind, she started experimenting with indoor plants, and finally launched her first collection named Kokedama. It is a Japanese word that inadvertently means moss ball, and is also known as a poor man’s bonsai. It is a technique of growing ornamental plants in a ball of soil covered with moss.
Kim’s Kokedamas are 100 percent handcrafted in Amsterdam and are made out of quality material because they require great care and attention to flourish. The designer has a large collection of Kokedama modern pots that are available in different sizes with various species of indoor plants planted in them. The studio also offers a collection of plant accessories, which not only help you to steed your Kokedamas at the desired place but also add glamor to your living area.
These Kokedamas come with varied price tags from €45.00 (approx. $50) to €80.00 (approx. $88) and can be purchased at her website.