Contribute to conscience sourcing

Squarely was design from start to finish to be respectful of the environment and have the most minimal impact on our planet. We want you to have a piece of nature in your home to improve your surroundings and inspire others to take on this mindset.

Let's take a look at how your future Squarely will come to life. 

Up-cycled boxes

We collect our plastic boxes from restaurants where they were destined to be thrown away and we design your Squarely around them to give them a new life and help reduce our plastic waste. 

Local surplus wood

Our wood is high quality FSC certified surplus wood that we get locally. It is treated with pigmented and chemical-free oil, all to make your Squarely as durable as possible so it never needs to be replaced.


Each piece is handcrafted in Copenhagen by the designers themselves in our workshop in Refshaleøen. In line with the Nordic idea of simple and functional design, we give each Squarely a unique attention to detail.

Improve your air quality

Finally, once the Squarely is in your hands, it will improve your own environment: its benefits go far beyond the aesthetics.

Having plants in your appartment helps balance the humidity levels and airborne dust levels as well reducing the presence of different kinds of polluants.

Interior plants play a vital role in providing a pleasant and tranquil environment in which to move, work or relax.


SDG 4. Squarely is determined to contribute to quality education for youngsters. To do so, we collaborate with KEA, AAU, and CBS.

 SDG 11. Outdoor plants enhance outdoor spaces as well as air quality. Placing plants outdoors and maintaining them contributes to the greening of streets and cities as well as helps communities to become more sociable and connected.

 SDG 12. Squarely products are developed within the circular economy framework.

 SDG 17. Creating collaborations is been key for Squarely's success. We have created partnerships that allow the company to have a broader network that contributes to other SDGs.

Danish design company, making sustainable self-watering planters, with "Sustainable development goals" principle