Welcome to Kokoplants

Plants &  Hand-Crafted products

What is a Koko ?

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How to water a koko ?

1. Fill a container with water

it can be done in a sink, bowl or any other similar.

2. Immerge the Koko

for at the least 15 minutes

3. Drain and Place it back

Gently squeeze the side and the bottom.


Collaboration with GRIT Objects

Paul Brooker, founder and pottery makers of GRIT Objects. Based in London at Crownworks Pottery, since 2019. 

We choose Paul, as first collaboration without any hesitation . He is an artist, and he loves what he does, as we do with the plants.

The aim of this collaboration was creating a simple but unique pots collection, suitable for different space.

Coming in three dimensions: Large, Medium and Small, all the pots are hand-thrown on the wheel and different in shape and colour. We designed the small pots to be perfect also as a cup.

Feel free to choose if using it for your morning espressos or to enjoying plants.

*Small cups are food and dishwasher safe. Do not put in the microwave.

GRIT will launch his online shop in 2020. Check is website  Grit – Objects.

Meet Caroline at Work Shop


‘My pots are all stoneware, a varying range of domestic ware and more individual functional pieces.  I love cooking, and the shapes of my pots are very influenced by food: the different ways of storing and cooking it, displaying and presenting it at the table. 

The pots are all fired to 1260C in an electric kiln, are vitrified and can be used safely in the oven, dishwasher and microwave.   I mix my own slips and glazes, and especially like matt and semi-matt surfaces.  The patterns used in the decoration have often developed from the method and movement of application of the coloured slip - using brushes, slip trailers, latex resist and cut sponges - onto biscuit fired clay. I use a variety of handle shapes – pulled, rolled and impressed - and I often combine handles with alterations to the thrown form.'

WorkShop, 77A Lauriston Rd, Hackney E9 7HA  Tel: 020 8986 9585

www.carolinebousfield.co.uk   E: caro@carolinebousfield.co.uk

Pop Up Shop at Columbia Flower Market

Welcome to Mason & Painter vintage store, established in 2013 and located on Columbia Road, east London, home to the famous Sunday Flower Market.

The shop forms part of an old upholstery workshop – once part of the booming furniture trade in Shoreditch, dating back to around 1880. Our carefully curated selection of stock mixes French vintage café furniture, homewares, mirrors, paintings and prints with industrial salvage, ceramics and plants.

In 2019 Mason & Painter was voted one of The Shopkeepers Best 10 Vintage & Antique Shops worldwide.

67 Columbia Rd, London E2 7RG67 Columbia Rd, London E2 7RG

Want to visit us ?

We have turned our flat into a laboratory and Shop.

If you want to come, you need to book a slot as we sanitise the communal room.