minimalist wire planter base White Product Silo
Photography by none Photography by FRANCESCO LAGNESE

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK
produced  & styled by  ANNA KOCHARIAN

Versatility is something we strive for here at domino. Finding a furnishing or decorative accent that can serve a multitude of purposes is our idea of form and function at its core. And occasionally, we come across an item which proves to be so versatile, it can serve in more ways than its originating purpose.

Enter one rather industrialized piece: streamlined, modern, and seemingly built to function in more ways than one. Here’s how:

minimalist wire planter base White nook with planter and black chair
Photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK Photography by Seth Caplan; Design by Gianna Marzella


Paired with a wooden cake stand, this sleek piece is instantly transformed into a chic, two-toned side table. The best part? It can servefor both indoors and out.


Because of the base of the serving stand, the piece fits easily within the wire base, making for a rather sturdy structure. Don’t stop at just one piece! Rotate a slew of toppers – plates, cutting boards, bowls- to complement your space and occasion.

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Wrapping paper rolls on the loose are never a good thing. Short of utilizing a wastebasket, this industrialized piece actually makes for a rather convenient method for keeping the rolls in place!

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Photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK Photography Courtesy of Jasmine Roth


This isn’t your ordinary planter. With its base and top set at varying diameters, this piece is built to hold an assorted slew of pots:


  • Swap out the standard planter in lieu of a deep bowl to house a variety of flowers or herbs.
  • Set a weatherproof plate on top of the piece and outfit with an assortment of cacti or succulents.
  • Top with a drooping plant, and delicately weave its hanging stems along the iron sides of the planter.

The possibilities are endless!