Among the novelties, you will find brand new collections such as the Hydrous planters, thought out to the last detail, and the Hana vases, inspired by the Japanese art of flower arranging. However, you shouldn't miss the new versions of existing pieces as well. Take the popular Plant Box in yellow, a colour that appears across the new products several times.
- Ferm Living's Plant Box in straw
- Menu's metal Hydrous watering can with wooden handle
- Ferm Living's ceramic Paste vase
- Menu's Hana vase with a removable kenzan for various arrangements
- HAY's minimal Botanical planter with matching saucer
- Ferm Living's Hourglass planter in cashmere
- Ferm Living's Uneru planter with matching saucer
- Menu's Daiza planter with metal base
Designed to take over the burden of watering for you, the pieces from Menu's Hydrous collection will ensure that your plants are always happy. The stoneware pots are equipped with a wick that allows the flowers to draw water directly to the roots in the optimum amount. Your only task will be to refill the water in the saucer from time to time with the Hydrous watering can, which complements the collection.
Elevated on iron feet and available in several sizes, the hand-sculpted Daiza planters from Menu stand out the best when grouped in clusters. This makes them ideal for creating a green oasis indoors or in a corner of a terrace. Additionally, their design catches the eye with the contrast of the glossy cream glaze and black metal.
Ferm Living introduces their very atypical concept of a vase. A combination of a regular cylindrical shape and two identical ceramic plates results in an interesting 2D effect, also reinforced by hand-painted outlines. As such, the Paste Vases look like three playful sculptures and can therefore be displayed without flowers.
The Botanical collection, on the other hand, features a more subdued style. These pots were designed by the Danish company HAY to be the best version of the traditional flower container. A small saucer with a similar shade of glossy glaze complements the straightforward design. You will no doubt discover the ideal one given the variety of sizes and hues available.
At first glance very simple geometric shape of the Hana vases from the Danish brand Menu comes to life as soon as you add flowers. Thanks to the hidden perforated insert that holds each stem in place, each flower can stand out. Moreover, the kenzan part can be removed at any time so that you can go back to regular flower arranging.