Spring is in the air! The less-than-blustery winter has folded right into the crisp-aired days that are generally synonymous with spring. We don’t mind, not one little bit. That’s because with spring comes fresh-cut flowers from our gardens.
If you’ve been a reader of our blog for a while, you know we are quite fond of nature and displaying it indoors is something we both do in our unique ways. Regardless of our individual styles, we’ve found something that resonates with both of our styles- Chive.
Chive is a company based in Canada that creates beautiful and timeless vases that can compliment any space and will definitely liven up any room. These vases are not your run-of-the-mill types you see around; they are designed to show the individual beauty of a flower.
With an eye for pleasing juxtapositions, Chive's flower-focused vases are playful but sophisticated, modern and timeless. Dabbling in a variety of mediums including glass, resin, plastic, aluminum, mdf, procelain and ceramic, Chive releases new collections twice a year, consistently keeping the line exciting.
We love the Pooley 2 line of bud vases. With either eight or 12 single-bud tubes, they are available in either all white or several soothing and sophisticated colorways. Careful selection and placement of flowers can create dramatic arrangements, as seen here at the New York International Gift Fair.
The Hudson 4 Caterpillar consists of six small globe-shaped bud vases fused together in a straight line. They make an impressive color statement when gathered en masse, as see here at the New York International Gift Show.
LEFT: Chive lets you bring life your walls with hanging dot-shaped vases in a wide range of colors - coordinated to their collection, of course. RIGHT. Not to be forgotten, Chive offers several vases for air plants, including the Gideon Planet Moon shown here. (You know how we love air plants...)
You can see all 52 of their newest vases on their website in addition to their pieces already created in the past seven years. Additionally, you can buy them directly from the website and the prices are quite affordable. Ah, spring is here.