Category: Concrete Planters


It’s time for the 12th annual East Austin Studio Tour:

Sat & Sun, Nov 16-17 & 23-24, 11am-6pm

It’s a great opportunity to see Austin artists with their work, and shop for unique local handcrafted gifts.  Come visit us at Smith Rd Studios (1406 Smith Rd, #46 on the EAST tour map).  We share the space with a bunch of great resident artists, including Tito’s Vodka (pouring free drinks the second weekend), Flatfork Studios (one of a kind sculpture), Anderson Ceramics, Little Minnow screen printing, Resonance Studios holography and photography, and Paleo Denim custom jeans. 

Massif Concrete is going to be in full production mode for this year’s tour.  The first weekend we’ll be featuring 3 large fireplace hearths, freshly poured and still upside down in the mold.  By the second weekend, the concrete hearths should be out of the mold and on display.

All concrete planters (ordered and in stock) are 15% off during EAST.

Cement Planters Metairie, Louisiana

We recently shipped these cement planters to the Big Easy in Louisina.  The homeowner did a great job planting and placing them. We ship our cement planters all over the country!

Concrete Planters Houston Residence

The texture and color of our natural grey concrete planters blended perfectly with this beautiful Houston residence in the Memorial area.

Concrete Planters for the Apocalypse

The Apocalypse Series of concrete planters looks great with succulents from Creative Branch out of Houston, Texas.

Creative Branch makes artificial plants that look like the real thing without the hassle:

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Big Red Sun is featuring our apocalyptic series at the East Austin Studio Tour this year.

a concrete planter with modern design inspired by the apocalypse

A lone survivor post annihilation

The 2Modern Blog says:  “This Apocalyptic line of vessels is gorgeous… we love the rough edges, the large and intense demeanor and frankly, how awesome these would look on a modern outdoor patio.”

Massif experimented with a new look for its standard concrete planters with The Apocalypse Series.