Introducing: Bayce

I teased last week that I had a few projects in the works -- three to be exact -- and the first of them is now ready to be revealed.

As you probably know I am now creating and selling custom and semi-custom furniture through my young company Nimble Mill. Today I add my second product to the Nimble Mill lineup: Bayce.


Bayce is a pot container or plant stand made of cedar with a pine base.

I'm really happy with the design!

Some of the details...

Although the unit is sealed against the elements, it's really designed for indoor use. I suppose it could be used in a protected outdoor location too, but you can't let water collect in it.

You can't use this as a planter -- don't fill it with soil!

These riser blocks are included so that whatever pot you choose to use inside will be at the "right" height:

You can also use it upside down as a plant stand:

But it was really designed to be used this way:

The base is available in a variety of colors, although I've only used this one color so far ("Dark Roast"). The hollow part of the Bayce is natural cedar finish -- no other color options there.

For more information and to purchase, please visit the Nimble Mill Bayce page.

What do you think?


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outlawgardener  – (January 26, 2016 at 9:36 AM)  

I love Bayce! It works very well both ways and wood is such a nice compliment to foliage. Your creativity and talent with wood continue to impress us all!

Gerhard Bock (Succulents and More)  – (January 26, 2016 at 12:07 PM)  

Congratulations on another fantastic product. I continued to be in awe of what you're able to do.

Renee  – (January 26, 2016 at 10:55 PM)  

very nice! I'm thinking of how i would use it - maybe out on the patio, or tucked in the garden somewhere?

danger garden  – (January 26, 2016 at 11:16 PM)  

So so so fabulous! And only a real gardener would think of the extra touch of the riser blocks being included.

Anonymous –   – (January 27, 2016 at 5:22 AM)  

Very nice!

Alan  – (January 27, 2016 at 6:36 AM)  

Thanks all!

Renee: I don't recommend this for use anywhere that water can collect in it, but on a protected patio it would be great!

Loree: attention to detail is important to me! :)

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