Yes, I know that listing or cataloging 20 most beautiful vases and pots of Nordic design it is a very subjective task, and very, very difficult; Since there are hundreds of different models of Nordic flowerpots and vases that have been mythical, either because of their design or because of the artist who created them. Still, we have put together a great list with 20 amazing and beautiful Nordic-style vases and planters, where we highlight those that, in our opinion, have enormous decorative power, as well as highly recognized. So let’s start.
Vase of the Danish firm Bloomingville. Made of high-quality dolomite porcelain, it features a simple white and gray design with an elegant diamond pattern. Simple and glamorous. See more details>
Hammershøi Vase. A vase that has captivated most contemporary Western homes, designed by the young designer Hans-Christian Bauer for the firm Kähler, is inspired by the mythical vases that the great Danish artist Svend Hammershøi designed in the early 1900s. With its characteristic grooves, this vase is an icon of Nordic design. See more details>
Sailor Stripes Vase. An elegant vase from the Danish firm House Doctor with a very attractive pattern of white and gold stripes. This is another design that never goes out of style. See more details>
Shades Vase. This vase is designed by artist Anne Jørgensen for the Danish firm Muuto. A beautiful geometric design in a matte finish that decorates on its own even without flowers. This vase has an interesting feature, and that is, each vase is molded into a single piece and then hand polished. This makes each vase look unique. See more details>
Folded Vase. A stylish vase designed by artist Amanda Betz for the signature Menu. Its folded structure made of ceramic gives it a very characteristic appearance, in addition, it is available in various colors. See more details>
Ombria pot. This other lovely planter is designed by Danish decorating and design firm Kähler. Made of stoneware ceramic, it is glazed by hand, giving it a unique finish in an interesting mix of gloss and matte tones. See more details>
Flowerpot Shape. Designed by House Doctor, this designer planter is made from powdered rock. The characteristic aspect that it has is thanks to the porosity of its surface and its minute defects. See more details>
Lyngby Vase. Inspired by the classic Lyngby vase, this vase was made for the first time in Denmark in 1936 causing a great impact as it is totally unique, thanks to its straight, ribbed and undecorated shape. It is a true icon of Danish design. See more details>
Bloomingville glass vase. The well-known Danish brand Bloomingville has some of the most beautiful vases in Nordic design. This is one of them. With a kind of bubbles on its glass surface they give it a very elegant and light appearance. See more details>
Tall Folded Vase. Another vase with a very defined style designed by Amanda Betz for Menu firm. Made of ceramic and with a folded structure, it is inspired by folded papers, giving it a very modern unique look. See more details>
Hammershøi mini vases. Designed by Hans-Christian Bauer, like the entire Hammershøi series for the Kähler firm, they are other designs that had to be included in this list. See more details>
Omaggio Vase. Designed by the designers Ditte Reckweg and Jelena Schou for the Danish firm Kähler, this precious vase with a timeless design is made of hand-painted ceramic with monochrome stripes, very characteristic of the famous Omaggio series. See more details>
Agnes Vase. Designed by Agnes Fries, the young Swedish designer specialized in the design of high-quality ceramics for the firm Normann Copenghagen, is one of the most expressive and artistic vases in this collection. See more details>
Hexagon Pot. Designed by Ferm Living, this other Nordic design pot is made of brass with a matte finish. A simple but very modern geometric design. See more details>
Nordic Sea pot. A beautiful flowerpot with a Nordic design and rustic cut inspired by stormy days in the Nordic seas. Its characteristic unique appearance is due to the fact that, once it is made by hand with ceramic, it is burned underground, giving each piece a slight variation. See more details>
AJ Royal Vintage Vase. This simple but beautiful Nordic design vase is inspired by nothing more and nothing less than the creations of Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen. A vase made in Denmark of stainless steel and powder coated. Its narrow top opening design is so because, the hotel for which Arne Jacobsen designed it, could not afford to buy large bouquets every week. So Arne designed this highly decorative, narrow-mouthed vase that allowed it to be filled with few flowers due to its simple beauty and narrow opening. See more details>
Bloomingville hanging pot. We could not fail to include a hanging pot on this list. And this is one of the ones we have selected. A hanging pot with a Nordic design with a metallic finish and black strings, designed by the Danish firm Bloomingville. See more details>
Bloomingville hanging pot. Another style and original hanging pot made by the Bloomingville firm in white stoneware and cork, with a brown leather strap. A pot with a very interesting contrast of materials. See more details>
Design Whit Light Hanging Planter. Created by the designer Maria Berntsens for the Danish firm Holmegaard, this flowerpot is within the Design With Light series that combines leather with glass in a spectacular way. See more details>
Hanging Vessel Hanging Planter. This other hanging pot is from the Menu brand. Made of ceramic with a polyester rope and with its flat back, to be able to hang it on the wall. See more details>
What do you think of this list that we have prepared? Do you have any favorites? Which one would you take away or which one would you add? I read you in the comments.
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