With the CEOLA Vase Ceramic 3 x 7 by German designer Frederike Martens, the greens in your life have found a new home. The collection comprises five different shapes and sizes in either a soft white or a soft and sandy shade of khaki, but all with the same narrow mouth presenting the plant in a beautiful upright position while making sure the stem will not bend or break. The rounded, organic silhouette of the vase is inspired by traditional Japanese metal vases.
The surfaces of the CEOLA series are made of resistant ceramics, glazed but left a bit course. Small bumps, slight color variations and visible lines are the result of the production process and add to the natural look as well as the unique character of every single vase. Gather a few of your favorite flowers – or simply collect wild twigs that add a rustic, natural feel to your interior décor.
- Small: 7.6 x 12.7 cm / 3 x 5 inch
- Medium: 7.6 x 17.8 cm / 3 x 7 inch
- Large: 10.2 x 20.3 cm / 4 x 8 inch
- X-Large: 14 x 19 cm / 5.5 x 7.5 inch
- XX-Large: 12.7 x 25.4 cm / 5 x 10 inch
Where can you still find something truly unique in this day and age? In a world that is increasingly conforming to the norm, the unusual becomes more precious. The desire for uniqueness is great. The Blomus brand fulfills this aspiration. It represents the exceptional amongst the mundane, the face that stands out in a crowd. In their quest for the remarkable, Blomus designers have identified a single inexhaustible source of inspiration: the natural world. Elementary forms, solid materials, authentic radiance – these values can be rediscovered in Blomus products in many fascinating ways. Pure stainless steel is a source of inspiration and fascination for almost all Blomus creations.
Blomus Ceola Ceramic Vase Designed by:
Originally SKS Sundern, founded in 1921, the company introduced the use of pewter-ware as a new material.
In 2009 the company changed the name of its design branch (SKS Design) to Blomus and reconstructed its portifolio to focus on garden, home and spa products.
The blomus relaunch in 2010 set the course for a successful design-oriented future, and the numerous design awards the company have since acquired within a short time are reliable evidence that the blomus approach to design has a very promising, and sustainable, future.