"House your plants in pops of confetti" as seen on Broadsheet

Capra Designs launched their third collection, Rocky Road, on 3 August and are proud to have had a follow up feature on broadsheet.com.au on 9 August. 

Visit here for the full story written by Kirsty Sir for Broadsheet, or check out the snapshot below.

It’s never too early to start planning for the festive season. That was Bianca Lambert’s thought when she started designing Rocky Road, a new range of plant accessories for Capra Designs.

“We created the range thinking about the festive season ahead, and fun and relaxation,” Lambert says. “We came up with a very layered, colourful series of patterns and textures, with designs that can be mixed and matched.

“As someone who loves indoor plants, we just wanted to create things that are really functional, and that can be planted and watered directly into.”


The pots, which are all made and finished by hand, come in a new variety of shapes. The “Banjo” is named after Lambert and Wilson’s son, and is a cylindrical pot that sits on a stilt which also forms the drip tray. Due to popular demand, Capra has also released a larger variation of the pot that is shaped specifically to fit Capra’s Diamond Wire Hanger.

“I enjoy experimenting a lot with different pore techniques – with resins that create different patterns and textures,” says Lambert.

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