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Flower pots

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Treating and furnishing with taste the home environments is an action that nobody can give up if he wants to live in harmony in his own home, in fact the house reflects his own character and allows him to receive guests in a dignified manner. In this regard, it is good to include flower vases that are in line with the architectural style of the house and respect the furnishings; in fact, as well as being very functional, flower pots, since they help to keep them in order, also act as furnishing accessories that help to enhance one's home.


The market offers a wide range of models and styles for flower pots, in order to satisfy every type of need and taste, in fact it is possible to choose between amphora-shaped or longer and narrower-shaped vases, but also of the typical classical form; moreover you can find modern style flower vases, for those who love the lines of new trends, or the classic style flower vases, which adapt to every type of decor and, finally, also flower vases in ethnic style, for those who love the warm exotic notes. There are also many materials used to make these vases, such as PVC, terracotta, ceramics, wood, glass and natural fibers.


A material widely used to create flower pots is certainly PVC, recently discovered but already widespread and appreciated in the field of doors and windows and furnishings in general; its main characteristic is that it is resistant to temperature changes and to the attacks of atmospheric agents or other liquids, in fact it is a water repellent and fireproof material. PVC flower pots are highly insulating and allow the soil to maintain the same temperature even in the case of strong temperature changes; although PVC is a petroleum derivative, it is not a polluting material, since it is recycled in all its parts, in order to be reused for the construction of new objects. Given its malleability, PVC can take on different colors and models, to make flower pots customized.


Terracotta is the most used material to create flower pots, since, being composed of natural matter, it is not perceived by the plant as foreign to the soil, favoring the good growth of flowers; terracotta flower pots possess the typical reddish color that is able to adapt to any type of furniture and fits well into any environment. Thanks to its porosity, the terracotta allows the vase to absorb any excess water, in order not to cause damage to the plant; terracotta flower pots do not pollute the environment, since they are composed of natural materials that can be disposed of without any environmental problems at the end of their use.


A very appreciated material for the realization of flower vases is the ceramic, very elegant and shining, in fact it attracts the look of every person on himself; The ceramic flower pots are very resistant to scratches and bumps and, in addition, they are not afraid of temperature changes. Ceramics can be decorated with motifs of various kinds, to adapt to the needs of the environment in which the flowerpots are inserted; above all it is an eco-sustainable material because it does not damage the environment.


There are also wooden flowerpots, a material that possesses an intrinsic elegance and manages to fit perfectly into any type of environment; wood is an eco-sustainable material, since at the end of its life cycle it can be biologically disposed of without causing any damage to the environment. The wood used for flower pots is called solid wood, since it is taken directly from the trunk of the trees, to ensure greater strength and solidity over time; moreover, thanks to its ductility, wood can acquire greater elegance through inlays and various types of decorative motifs. The wooden flower pots need constant maintenance in order to always be as elegant and beautiful as the first day.


Glass is also widely used for flower pots, mainly because, thanks to its transparency, it shows the soil of the plant, creating a very pleasant and decorative natural effect; moreover, glass is synonymous with purity and cleanliness, therefore, it can be inserted into any environment. It is an ecological material, since it does not cause harmful reactions in contact with the external environment and can be washed frequently.


Finally, there are flowerpots in natural fibers, very used especially for ethnic-style vases; these natural fibers regenerate themselves independently in contact with the air and do not require high maintenance. Furthermore, the natural fibers give the flower pots a unique lightness and can be moved from one place to another without difficulty; natural fibers do not pollute, but respect the environment.