Ivyline to showcase new seasonal collections at Spring Fair

Ivyline is set to unveil a series of new collections at Spring Fair 2023, where the specialist in luxurious home and garden accessories will have a stand in Hall 7 E70. Visitors can look forward to seeing the spectacular new Christmas 2023/4 collection revealed alongside new designs for Spring/Summer 2023 and a new lifestyle gardening collection.

Sustainability will be at the heart of the Ivyline offering, as this great British supplier strives to ensure that all aspects of its sourcing and manufacturing meet the highest possible standards. Most recently, the company has moved the majority of its production to Europe from the Far East, which not only reduces the carbon footprint of its products, but also ensures orders aren’t at risk of being stuck in transit, offering double the peace of mind for retailers.

Ivyline has also continued to reduce its reliance on plastic and includes a minimum of 30% recycled material in its production and packaging. Recycled glass features highly across all its seasonal collections, alongside premium handmade and hand finished planters. As it works towards a more sustainable future, Ivyline is also building relationships with partners who prioritise sustainability, including zero-waste pottery makers and companies using solar and hydrogen-powered kilns.

The wider home, garden and gift portfolio from Ivyline incorporates an extensive range of indoor and outdoor planters, vases and accessories. These include watering cans and plant misters, candles, tealight holders and hurricane lanterns, Advent decorations, and stocking and wreath hooks. Stylish ranges of outdoor dining furniture, firepits, log stores and water features, complete an offering which brings home and garden together in style.

Fresh for Spring

Ivyline’s new Spring/Summer 2023 collection will bring shops to life with the freshness of the season, offering buyers the chance to incorporate the biggest home interior trends into their merchandise. There will be a strong focus on planters and vases to help retailers capitalise on the ongoing houseplant boom which shows no sign of abating as we start the New Year.

The collection is presented across six beautifully curated concepts – Nature’s Stories, Purity, Coastal, Curiosity, Global Journeys and Japandi – and incorporates specialist designs for orchids and cacti, two of the most popular varieties of houseplant.

With a beautifully muted colour palette, reactive glazes and textured finishes, Nature’s Stories brings the best of the great outdoors into home interiors. From the pretty by name, Jolie, in cool two-tone pastel hues and small tripod legs, and the timeless greens and greys of Azalea, to the pale pink beauty of Morganite (pictured) and wholesome Celine, constructed entirely from recycled materials, this is the perfect collection for those who seek a pared down natural style and quiet sense of luxury.

Bolder colourways are introduced with Curiosity, which includes a stunning range of hand finished, ethically sourced seagrass baskets and the 100% recycled and frost proof Pula. Reactive glazes in Burnt Orange, Forest Green and Pebble Grey, frosted ribbed glass vases and opulent metallic planters made from 95% recycled glass are presented alongside copper-finish hanging planters, watering cans and hammered bowls up the luxe appeal of this covetable collection. The Timeless Boston design is pictured here.

Elegance and simplicity are the keynotes of Global Journeys, with eye-catching metallic planters on tall or short stands helping to make houseplants into the heroes of home interiors. The Mayfair and Kensington hanging baskets will bring ceilings and gloomy corners to life, whilst the hand-finished beauty of Solis and Zendaya offer embossed accent pieces in exquisite gold tones. A spot of Italian-inspired style comes from the Pisa and Tivoli designs, whilst macrame hanging baskets and standing planters bring a relaxed and bohemian style.

Cool, clean and contemporary, Japandi is a flawless blend of Scandi chic with Japanese design. The gorgeous Akemi vessels in Carbon Black and Pure White headline this super-stylish collection. The stunning Lagos planters are handmade in Portugal for high-end style, whilst the Luna design is high on functionality with matching stoneware planters and saucers. Lightweight bamboo features in hanging and standing two-tone planters, whilst Anzio makes a simple but effective statement with its four wooden legs topped with perfectly proportioned stone vessels.

Purity lives up to its name with a serene collection in highlights of dusky peach and the premium handmade Nico collection of tall planters in Rustic White and Mocha. The delicate Aurora with small handle detail brings more handmade rustic chic to the table or shelf, whilst two-tone Puro (pictured) has pretty cottage-core style. The luxurious Fairford, with its debossed textured surfaces will help charm shoppers into your store.

For lovers of Coastal style, the sixth Spring-Summer concept from Ivyline has a strong sustainable ethos, with seagrass hanging planters and nested jute baskets. The Geilo jute design functions equally well as a waterproof planter as it does a storage basket, whilst Panza brings bold seafaring blue to the fore. The strongly textured Vasto design includes a beautiful wide planter, perfect for creating varied planting arrangements.

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