Low Profile Fiberglass Planter Boxes

Kiel - Low Profile Planter Box | Fiberglass





Versatile, durable, and stylish, these low-profile planters are easy to incorporate into any décor.

  • Classic yet contemporary rectangular style puts plants center stage
  • Use to line walkways or patios outdoors or define space indoors
  • Available in durable, easy-care finishes that hold up to the elements

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At three feet long and only one foot high, the Kiel rectangular planter’s stylish low profile makes it the perfect understated backdrop for bright, attention-grabbing plants. Or pair more subtle plantings with a bright finish to let your Kiel planter shine! Use the 36″ Kiel rectangle planter to line a walkway or patio, or use inside a home or business to define a space and bring the outdoors in.

If you need a substantial piece to hold up to a large space in a home or yard, the 48″ Montserrat fiberglass planter is made to suit. It’s also a great option for bringing a touch of nature to a patio or deck. With a variety of hand-painted finishes available, the clean, simple shape of the large Montserrat rectangle planter can be customized to suit your décor, and the durable fiberglass is made to hold up to the elements outdoors while conveying high quality and style inside. The Montserrat planter is made to last for years to come, and its classic design will never go out of style.

When a space needs a long, narrow design element to line a wall or patio, the Narbonne fiberglass planter box fits the bill in high style. At 65″ long, this substantial planter lends instant “landscaping” to an outdoor space or can add character to a lobby or living area.

Available in a variety of different hand-painted finishes, this versatile rectangular planter offers sophisticated flexibility. Place it behind a tall couch or outside in front of floor-length French windows on a balcony, or use to create separation between two outdoor spaces.