WE ARE WAITING FOR THE SPRING

The weather is getting milder and the temperature is rising. Snowdrops and winter aconite blooms, insects emerge from their winter sanctuaries and the sound of birds singing fills the air – In spring both your mood and energy levels increase.
Do you also dream about green trees and colourful flowers that bloom, milder and lighter days and the sound and smell of spring? Take advances in the joy of the spring and spice up your home with green plants and fresh flowers in your décor. 
Why not start to make your home ready for spring now. Throw out the bare and faded branches, which through the cold and dark winter months have added a beautiful raw structure the interior design and refresh with a beautiful spring bouquet decorated in a vase that will add life and renewal to the décor.

 

 
“The best thing about spring is, that everything sprouts and blossoms”
Flowers and green plants are essential in every home and perfect to complement the typical Scandinavian, minimalistic and bright décor with colours and joy.
Let the vase and the flowers decorate the windowsill along with other decorative and cosy items, or place it alone, where it can show off its best advantages. 
Trendy ceramic
Maybe ceramics make you think of the 1970’s heavy and colourful housing trend but ceramic has now become a very popular material in the modern housing trend. Ceramic exude life and soul and create timeless and harmonious décor. Use the ceramic as a modern element in the interior design to create texture in the room.
Trendy ceramic
Maybe ceramics make you think of the 1970’s heavy and colourful housing trend but ceramic has now become a very popular material in the modern housing trend. Ceramic exude life and soul and create timeless and harmonious décor. Use the ceramic as a modern element in the interior design to create texture in the room.
Camelia vase
The Camelia vase is designed with an eye for details and quality in a classic bright sand coloured design with a decorative white hand painted pattern.
When making the Camelia vase, a mould is used to shape the unique vase. This in order to ensure that it has the correct size and shape. Subsequently, the pattern is carefully painted by hand. The painting process is very difficult and lengthy and requires a very precise and steady hand. After the vase is painted, it is fired in a kiln.
The decorative vase measures H28xØ14 cm and is made of ceramic.
As the patterns are painted by hand, you will not find two identical vases.