Pots, planters and other on-trend sundries

Although our passion lies with everything floral, sundries like pots and vases get us excited as well. Especially on-trend sundries that have a unique look. That is why we sourced the internet to find 2019’s home interior trends to match them with our favourite sundries. Go get inspired!

The return of Terrazzo

According to Décor Aid, Terrazzo surfaces and decorative extras are going to be hot in the interior scene this year! The confetti-like print gives everything a playful look: from kitchen walls to coasters and planters! Terrazzo consists of marble chips, quartz, granite and glass, but it also refers solely to the cheerful print. The Terrazzo print combines really well with concrete, which is also very trendy.

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Tribal patterns

Another trend in home decoration is the use of tribal patterns. You can decorate your whole living room with it to create a bohemian look or add some details like tribal pillows or pots. Did you know that tribal patterns match very well with ceramic? Therefore, our personal favourites are those cute little tribal planters on feet!

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Geometric designs

This trend is still going strong in 2019, and the possibilities seem endless. Think of lamp designs, glass terrariums for your succulents, geometric lanterns, or even candles itself! These frames – often made of metal – offer a clean minimalistic look and get used quite often for weddings as well.

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Bold colours

According to Freshome, the trend of using bold colours is going to explode even more than it already has. But they advise using bold colours like navy blue, deep red and burnt orange sparingly. It’s all about creating a balance. Use colour to create a statement piece and pair it up with neutral hues like white or grey.

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Loving the above-mentioned sundries as much as we do? Look out for them at your local florist, as they often sell a lot of these pots, planters and other on-trend sundries.

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