you designed and built a beautiful addition to the pre-existing pot supports. The execution is lovely not only in terms of design but also of total camouflage of any et==technicalities like screw heads etc.
On the practical point of view, I wonder if the wooden plateau will react to water overflow while the bromeliads are being watered - I have made several plant containers and they all suffer from this long-term illness. Well, you chose oak very wisely - if one wood can stand warping and splitting, this is oak.
Looking at the surface i can't help but think that without legs protruding upwards it would make a nice side table, the shallow recesses safe enough to support some nuts here and some glasses there yet overall flat enough to put a tray on it as the bridges between recesses can be made a bit wider, giving the overall use as a flat surface. I might try one - in my style, not midcentury but free edge supported cypress - as the CNC is not mandatory for just four simple shallow circular recesses.
Well done, it is and looks beautiful, complementing the other plants and plant stands.
"if you think it is important, you will find a way;
if you think it is not important, you will find an excuse"