|Product Type: Plant stands and pedestals||Material: Metal|
|Color: Black||Shape: Rectangle|
|Number of Feet: 4||Indoor Use: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
Return Policy30-Day Return Policy
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K. from SC– Verified Buyer
The plant stand turned out wonderful! Quality is fine and I had no issues with it at all!
Mrs. Pat Sherwood.
patricia from gulfport, MS– Verified Buyer
I'm totally pleased with both planters. They look so pretty on my little patio. I have two of the one above, and wish I could afford more of the smaller ones. I'm getting too old for regular gardening so big pots and planter do the trick for me!
Vivian from Webster, FL– Verified Buyer
Easy to assemble, a very sturdy piece and looks great also.
Sturdy and attractive
Kimberly from Vail, AZ– Verified Buyer
I've been very happy with this purchase. This stand is sturdy and fits nicely on our front patio. I may get a second one for our back patio.
Mandalay Plant Stand in Black
Carole from Godfrey, IL– Verified Buyer
Great plant stand. Hold three medium size flower pots plus bottom shelf for more. Sturdy built and and stable, looks good on our porch.
Mary from Little Rock, AR– Verified Buyer
LOVE THE PLANT STAND . EASY TO ASSEMBLE.(DID IT MYSELF). GREAT FINISH. GOOD PRODUCT. WILL BUY AGAIN. QUICK SHIP.
rosemary from Naperville, IL– Verified Buyer
Super indoor or outdoor , the feet have sturdy caps to prevent marring floor. Currently have it out in my 3 season room but as soon as the weather gets chilly, I will move it indoors.
Nice plant stand
Dan from Columbus, GA– Verified Buyer
Good quality. I put it on my deck. It holds 6 pots. Everyone loves it.
Kat from Columbia, SC– Verified Buyer
Very nice, well made and sturdy - looks beautiful on the front porch
Plants love it...
Carolyn from New Orleans, LA– Verified Buyer
I bought two of these stands to go on my French Quarter balcony. I chose the Mandalay after an extensive on-line search. The Mandalay is deeper than most plant stands. I have them lined with cocoa mats and plant directly into them instead of leaving the plants in separate pots. The depth allows for more loom and gives the plants more room for root development. They are also very good looking. I would give five stars but we've got one area rusting. It would probably be best to use a plastic liner with these.