The flower pots from Rosendahl Recycled are inspired by the geometric lines of the well-known Grand Cru range, yet they have their own unique style. In fact, this also applies to their production. The flower pots are made from household waste collected in Randers, made from new plastic in Langå and finally cast in Juelsminde. The stackable pots have an organic finish and a marbled surface texture to create a natural look. They are shatter- and frost-proof down to minus 20 degrees and are therefore suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The flower pots have been developed in a naturally muted colour scale, which is easy to integrate into most homes and gardens.
Gardening enthusiast and climate activist
The ultimate flowerpot
Did you know... Every time we recycle a kilo of plastic, we save the environment 2.55 kilos of CO2 emissions – but for Signe Wenneberg, who has designed the series for Rosendahl, there are several important reasons why the future of design should be green. Living with plants has a major impact on both physical and mental well-being, and the well-known garden enthusiast and climate activist predicts that in the future we will return to the old-fashioned “Grandma virtues”, where scent geraniums and other air-purifying greenery contribute to creating vitality and good health in our interior design. This gives the flower pots added value, which was a crucial factor for Signe Wenneberg, who points out:
- Signe Wenneberg
Signe Wenneberg has always surrounded herself with lots of green plants in her interior and exterior design, and it was the hunt for the ultimate flowerpot that instigated the development of this flowerpot. Signe Wenneberg was unable to find designs that were easy to integrate into her interior design and did not leave unsightly rings on the window sill – and this is where the plastic material comes into its own right.
Indoor and outdoor
Flower pots in recycled plastic
The flower pots have a built-in stacking function, which saves space when the flower pots aren't being used. This stacking effect can also be used to create height and dynamics when they are filled with plants and become green sculptures in your interior design.