Free Shipping over 699 SEK, Delivery 1-3 working days

Aphrodite's Casa

Modern Simple Ceramic Vase

Regular Price
545 kr
Sale Price
545 kr
Regular Price
Sold Out
Unit Price
per 

Modern Simple Ceramic Vase 

 

This ceramic Vase is a minimalist and modern piece of home decor that exudes simplicity and captures the hearth of Scandinavian decor. The Nordic style of this vase is characterized by its simplicity, clean lines, and functional design, which seamlessly blend with modern and minimalist interiors. The white ceramic material adds a touch of elegance, making it a timeless piece that can be enjoyed for years to come.

 

Placement:

 

The two pieces of the vase can be used together, with the additional element passing through the round opening, creating a sculptural and modern look. Alternatively, they can be used separately, allowing for versatile styling options. The main body of the vase can be used on its own as a standalone vase, while the additional element can be used as a separate decor piece or even a functional element, such as a handle or a decorative branch holder.


Color:

The versatility of this vase allows for endless possibilities when it comes to incorporating other colors into your home decor. Add a pop of color with fresh flowers in vibrant hues, or use dried branches in different colors for a natural and textured look. Place small decorative accents or hang colorful artwork nearby to create a cohesive look that highlights the modern simplicity of this vase.

 

Description:

 

Size: 21.5 x 16.2cm
Material: Ceramic
Color: White

Luxury Home Decor, Affordable Interior

⚫ Crafted by local craftsmen and selected by our experts

⚫ Exemplary Standards of Manufacturing Quality

⚫ Elevate Your Living Space with Thoughtfully Crafted Items

⚫ Devoted to Environmentally-Friendly Practices

_________________________________

"With each item you bring into your home, you're not just decorating; you're expressing a part of who you are, creating a sanctuary that resonates with your individuality."

-Raphael Becker, Chief Innovation Officer