Kristina Dam, who originally trained as an architect before opening a design studio in Copenhagen, presented a collection of stained oak and marble furnishings at Danish design event Northmodern earlier this week.
Smaller pieces, including a marble-topped side table and sculptural mirrors, sit alongside the Botanic Storage, which Dam says takes its design cues from a combination of botany and 1970s furniture.
The pale oak box with a sliding slatted cover allows users to "slice the top off" to reveal a storage compartment for magazines and living ephemera within, as well as a hollow at one end that can accommodate a plant.
Dam will also show Botanic Storage at Maison&Objet in Paris later this week.
Other products presented by the designer included misty photographic prints of tropical plants and cacti, and the Cube Table, which comprises a wooden base and a coloured marble surface.
The square slabs of coral, green and grey marble fit exactly over the tops of the cube-shaped frames, which come in pale oak or black.
Reflecting Mirror is shaped as semi-circular sections that projects at a right angle from the wall.
Two quadrants are folded from its back to create wall mounts for the sculptural mirror.
Designed for the table top, the Half Moon Mirror comprises a piece of fan-shaped reflective glass that slots into a groove in a rectangular oak base.
"The idea is that you can use it as a make-up mirror, but also as a sculpture," Dam told Dezeen.
Dam's previous designs include a canvas magazine rack with an oak frame and brass feet. The opening is spanned by a piece of marble that allows the piece to double as a perch for a coffee cup.
Photography is by Tuala Hjarnø.