Sonoma Ivy Versatility
Just because it's an outdoor decorative accent doesn't mean that you should sacrifice any attention from beauty when it comes to finding the best-working window boxes. And with our Sonoma planters you don't have to. Like any handcrafted work of art, exquisite attention to detail goes into the creation of the Sonoma ivy window box planter. Display your potted plants proudly right on your home's façade with this lovely aluminum window box with coordinating liner. The intricate floral motif blends well with trailing greenery and brightly blooming flowers to give your windows a unified natural appeal. Whether you opt for artificial plants for a maintenance-free appeal, seasonal flowers, fragrant herbs, or evergreen shrubs, count on the Sonoma window box planter to keep your façade looking stunning year round.
Rust-Free Aluminum Window Boxes
Our decorative window box cages are made from an aluminum base. Aluminum is an ideal material for outdoor applications because of its hard-wearing quality and natural resistance to rust. Combine this material with a high quality powder coat finish and you get a product that will last for years and years out in the elements without rusting, corroding, or fading. The powder coat comes in a versatile rich black that matches with practically any decorative scheme. Featuring a lovely floral ivy pattern this flower box is perfect for traditional, English country, French, rustic, or romantic decorative styles. Created using a die cast mold, each planter depicts vines and leaves in a scrollwork pattern vivid three-dimensional relief.
Matching Containers and Styling
Match the Sonoma planter perfectly to your outdoor décor by selecting the ideal liner. We offer a number of options to ensure that you get just the right match for your style. Choose from white PVC, metal tones, or a real copper liner for a beautifully antique appeal. Or go liner-free and add your own terra cotta pots. Pair with our Sonoma patio planter» for a cohesive garden design.
*Please note: While it's impossible for aluminum to rust aluminum may corrode over long periods of time, especially in coastal locations.