Who does not know it: For every beautiful bunch of flowers remain often some beautiful but bruised copies around. A beautiful chalice, but a short stalk which no place is found and the flower often eventually will be discarded. This inspired photographer and stylist Suzanne Paap and designer Nienke van de Pol to the concept of a new vase. In the particular design of this Bloom POL vase is not only room for “ordinary” flowers, but also created a special place for these beautiful but broken flower.
On the drawing board at Nienke van de Pol came up with the original design of the Bloom POL vase. A vase with a feminine touch thanks to its soft round shapes. The milky white color of the porcelain ensures that every broken flower in its full color comes into its own and is a real eye-catcher.
As a lover of flowers and ceramics is a photographer and stylist Suzanne Paap particularly liked the work of designer Nienke van de Pol. Her porcelain products with beautiful, seemingly simple clean lines are frequently featured in photo productions and come back in several interior design magazines. Previous collaborations led to the desire to also achieve a common product. The result is an object in which the love of flowers and beautiful porcelain come together.
+ Nienke van de Pol