Stewarts Office Plants

We supply many businesses across the South, from Sussex and Surrey, through Hampshire and Dorset to Wiltshire and Somerset. For more information about the services we offer visit our home page, or contact us here. In this blog you'll find news, interesting snippets, stories and pictures of our staff's adventures out on the road.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Pink plant pots

The most noticeable trend in pot colours (here I go again...) in the last five years or so has been for very brightly coloured pots.

By far the most popular choice, once you've crossed the "blimey, that's bright" threshold, is for variations of lime green, as previously discussed at length.

I've recently noticed that momentum is gathering behind very bright pinks.

I should point out, that while we may steer clients towards particular coloured pots, they usually have a good idea what kind of look they want to go for when we go to see them. Potential customers these days have frequently done their homework, and have a good idea what kind of planters they want us to supply them with. So to an extent these distinct trends are followed by us, rather than led.

So as a dedicated follower of fashion (as far as plants and planters go, anyway, I thought I'd take this opportunity to post some relevant pictures, just in case a clued up potential customer is browsing the web for information.  These were supplied to clients in Winchester, Chandler's Ford and Poole.


I've gone on often enough about it before, but I'll say it again. Because almost all our pots are handmade from glass fibre and hand painted to order, you can have any colour you want: if you can name it or provide a swatch for us to match, we can make it, and you can have one or a hundred from as little to rent as £7.00 a month with us looking after them.

If you like what you see, contact us.

If this sort of thing is not to your tastes, have a look through our huge library of images of planters that we've previously supplied. Not all pink!