Planters Hide Home Theater Speakers Outside

Planters Hide Home Theater Speakers Outside

Sonia Zjawinski
Jun 16, 2009

We love anything that plays double duty. The above planters clock in overtime by hiding outdoor speakers, along with holding your beautiful botanicals. Perfect for setting up an outdoor summer theater that doesn't look like you simply moved your living room outside. More on each model after the break...

The terracotta style planter is actually made of durable polyetheline plastic from a custom mold and imported from Italy. It comes in three sizes, mini through large, and can handle 25 to 35 watts respectively. Costs between $600 and $1,300.

The Flagstone Planter, shown in the middle, is made of high density, reinforced fiberglass, and are considered the high end of the three models. "All speaker components are custom made for us by Audax of France. The lower portion holds the front firing tweeter, midrange, crossover and down-firing woofer. The separate upper portion holds live or artificial plants, for which drainage is provided. All speakers are built to order in our New York facility and production is overseen by audio design specialists." They can handle between 125 and 150 watts of power, depending on if you get the mini or standard size. Costs between $2,600 and $4,000.

There are six models in the wooden planter range and they all handle multi-speaker systems (between two and three).

(Images: Planter Speakers)

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