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New indoor pots to make 'on-trend' easy

This season sees our popular range of indoor plant pots refreshed and extended with a selection of stylish new hanging pot and standing pot designs. Closely linking with the latest trends in interior design, we've created the new pots to make it easy for retailers to offer customers the right style for their home.
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New indoor pots to make 'on-trend' easy
Oslo grey

This season sees our popular range of indoor plant pots refreshed and extended with a selection of stylish new designs. Closely linking with the latest trends in interior design, we've created the new pots to make it easy for retailers to offer customers the right style for their home.

The love for houseplants goes from strength to strength, with sales volumes continuing to grow year-on-year. More than a passing trend, it’s a lifestyle shift fuelled by today’s smaller homes and apartment living, by the growing interest in health and wellbeing, and by the interiors passion for greenery. Houseplants are adored by gardeners and non-gardeners alike, and these new designs mean that every beautiful plant can have a stylish and on-trend pot.

The Oslo indoor pot (above) is wonderfully tactile, with a ridged finish to the upper part of the pot, catching the glaze in bands of deep colour. Available in grey for the ever-popular neutral palette, and a deep blue, a key accent colour for 2020/21 and Pantone Colour of the Year. Both colours are available in a choice of two sizes.

Bombini hanging pot trio
Modena hanging pot

The adorably tiny Florence pots (top image) have a unique podium shape designed to elevate and showcase mini plants. Just 8.5cm in diameter, they’re perfect for the trend for small succulents and other mini plants, especially popular with millennial customers. Sold singly, Florence is available in a choice of three understated shades and features a soft crackle glaze. Houseplant fans can mix and match, or collect the set.

‘Jungalow’ style remains a hot look for interiors, with plants cascading from every surface; hanging plant pots offer an easy way to get the look. The chic Modena hanging pot has an eye-catching geometric design, beautifully accentuated by a white wash glaze. A leather hanging cord brings a touch of on-trend natural material.

Still with hanging pots, the charming Bombini set of three hanging pots builds on the success of the best-selling Baby Dotty Trio. Bombini is Italian for ‘little bumblebees’ and the pots’ appealing curves bring to mind tiny beehives. With a diameter of just 8cm, they’re perfect for those adored mini plants and succulents. A subtle crackle glaze enhances the complementary colours, and coated cotton hanging cords make them a vegan-friendly option. Presented in a printed gift box, the Bombini set is ideal for gifting or self-purchase.

Dotty Mini Vase Trio

Adding a different option to the range, the Dotty Mini Vase Trio picks up the latest look in floristry; the vogue for presenting flower arrangements in groups of small vases. This set of three vases is right on trend, each vase holding one or two stems of fresh or dried flowers for a display with impact – just right for a table centrepiece. Echoing the colours and dimpled pattern of the much-loved Baby Dotty Trio, the vases make a pleasing display even when empty, picture-perfect on fireplace, windowsill or shelf. Presented in printed gift box, the set has been designed for gifting as well as self-purchase.

With a close eye on the latest looks in interiors, these new pot designs keep choices in indoor pots fresh and relevant to shoppers. With RRPs from just £6.99 up to £22.99, the new designs offer retailers an easy way to give their customers the most in-demand styles.

 

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