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Make your flowers and plants extra special with vases and flowerpots from Lyngby.
Most people have plants in their home because they are decorative and they add life and a natural look to the interior design. That’s why the flowerpot you put the plant in should, of course, also comply with these criteria – especially the first one, which is about being decorative. If you have plants in your home for decorative purposes, then it makes sense to have a decorative flowerpot for a consistent look. And this is where Lyngby’s flowerpots come in, as they make beautiful and stylish companions for your plants. Lyngby has delved into their design archive and looked closer at two of their absolute design darlings, namely the charming bonbonniere and the classic and iconic Lyngby vase. Taking the best from these two designs, Lyngby has created a stunning fusion. The result is classic and elegant flowerpots that will decorate any home.
The elegant and simple flowerpot holder has been named Flowerpot.
As mentioned, the flowerpot holder is inspired by Lyngby’s two best-known designs.
The Lyngby vase has become one of the most iconic designs from Lyngby. When the Lyngby vase was originally designed, it was the stark opposite to the classic and very traditional porcelain techniques. With its elongated and grooved shapes and elegant simplicity, the Lyngby vase was a design never before seen in porcelain. As most people know, it ended up taking the market by storm, and today it is synonymous with Danish design, which is why it is also found in many Danish homes.
The other product that inspired the plant pot from Lyngby was the bonbonniere. The bonbonniere from Lyngby is certainly also a well-known design from the brand, and its many varieties are a common sight in Danish homes. Lyngby produced its first bonbonniere with lid in 1944, and it remains a firm favourite in the archives. The mouth-blown bowl is available in several attractive colours and sizes, making it suitable for everything from serving on the dining table to storing jewellery and sweet treats, such as fine chocolates. The Bonbonniere is mouth-blown, a technique used for many of Lyngby’s designs.
The flowerpot’s origins thus consist of two giants in Danish design, and it shows. It is available in classic white porcelain and in a more subdued golden colour inspired by leaves, earth and cornfields. It features the iconic elongated and vertical grooves that Lyngby designs are known for. The bottom has the same soft shape as the vase and the bonbonniere, along with the straight, steep finish at the top.
So it's very clear where the inspiration for the design of Lyngby’s elegant flowerpots comes from. It is also an object that will trigger instant recognition in your home if you know a little about Danish design classics. Even if you're not familiar with this style, you’ll probably find the flowerpots a nice and elegant addition to your plants and your home. And that is of course the point of Lyngby’s flowerpots.
Lyngby’s flowerpots come in a choice of three sizes. Find Lyngby flowerpots here.