Soendgen Keramik’s successful “Modena” series now also available in “Terracotta Rubbed”
The fashion for natural, authentic materials is reflected not only in interior design, but also outdoors, and terracotta is once again becoming a popular feature of balconies, gardens and terraces. Particularly when the products are contemporary in design. This explains the success of the open-air line “Modena”, to which Soendgen Keramik has now added a new variation: this purist sand gray cachepot with its timeless linear cylindrical form is now also available in the color “Terracotta Rubbed” – a perfect complement to the much-loved cottage style. The structured, vibrant surface of this vessel also attracts attention in this new shade.
Another element that makes “Modena” so successful is the matching saucer. Its perfect design makes it one with the cachepot, just as if they had been cast from the same mold. However, “Modena” also looks stunning without the saucer: the tapered foot makes the vessel look almost as if it were floating. An effect that is both attractive and unusual in a terracotta pot. The ‘Modena’ range comes in five sizes: 23, 25, 30, 34 and 39 centimeters, each with matching saucers.
Suitable plants and accessories
In keeping with its motto “The right pot for every plant”, Soendgen Keramik gives tips for successful product displays. For “Modena”, the manufacturer recommends white and colored flowering plants, boxwood and daisies. Whether as a bush or as a standard plant, this combination of plant and pot has a harmony that will make it draw all eyes in the outdoor area and inspire multiple purchases. Just like the accessory “Rialto”, this attractive foot in “terra red” and “terra brown” protects the pots from frost damage in winter. Available as a set of 3 in an attractive open-air display box.
About Soendgen Keramik
For decades, Soendgen Keramik GmbH has been synonymous with high quality ceramic vessels “made in Germany”. The company offers a wide range of perfectly formed products in over 50 designs, 60 colors and 50 sizes that are manufactured in line with the latest trends. The long-established German company was founded by Johann Peter Söndgen in Wachtberg-Adendorf in 1893 and is now represented in over 70 countries throughout the world. Whether indoors or out, the company offers the perfect ceramic vessel for every taste and requirement to show off your plants to their very best.