Quarter-Round Tiered Plant Stand

Item Number: KTPQ

Details


These designs reproduce the antique French "Etagres Fleurs." Quarter-Rounds and Rectangles can be mixed, matched or used alone. Dark green baked enamel over strong steel components. Shipped knocked down, readily assembled.

Quarter-Rounds fit neatly into room corners or finish off the Rectangle Stand, or use two of them in combination to make a half circle or four to make a complete circle. Three stepped 6 1/2" shelves. 29" tall x 33" across x 24" radius.



Instructions / Assembly


Click here to download assembly instructions for the Quarter Round Plant Stand.

Reviews


Very Nice
Oct 29, 2020 | Ilene Kummer
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This is very well made. It is easy to assemble. Quality paint job.

Quarter round tiered plant stand
Jun 17, 2020 | Ricardo Charles
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Fantastic, exactly as described!

Very nice plant stand
Jun 8, 2019 | Terry Aselage
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Very sturdy, easy to assemble. Would love to see a version with wider rings to support larger pots. But this one was great.

Exceeded expectations
Jun 3, 2015 | Dianne
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I spent a lot of time trying to find a stand that was built well, but this exceeded my expectations. Very sturdy and attractive.

qarter round plant stand
Nov 22, 2014 | paulette winslett
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Excellent quality,easy to assemble.

Delicious Herb Garden Display
Oct 6, 2014 | Patricia
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The quarter-round stand is compact and yet holds all the pots in my herb collection in a convenient corner on my deck. Looks beautiful with herbs cascading down. Advisory: Easy to put together but printed info totally omitted directions for the vertical parts -- think I figured them out correctly -- it's still standing!

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