To add to the above decorations, Ceramic pots and vases would work like magic. Ceramic flower pots look charming when they are placed at specific corners or the center of the room. These are to be placed isolated from crowded areas because they are breakable. The cost of a Ceramic vase varies according to the quality, size and also the vendor from whom it is purchased. Ceramic vases are mistakenly considered as very expensive to be purchased for interior decoration.
There are many ways of making a selection of Ceramic pots and vases:
Ancient Japanese ceramic vases are one of the most elegant and exquisite decorative pieces and highly popular since ages. These have come into being after the fabulous contributions of the legendary Japanese artists. Ancient Japanese pottery (also commonly known as ‘Sueki’) is still looked upon for interior decorations. The use of ‘Sueki’ in early times was to preserve commodities or in festivals and ceremonies. Bizen (oldest Japanese wares that are hard, reddish brown in color and without glaze), Shigaraki (pottery and stoneware popularly produced in Shigaraki town located in Japan) and Tamba (also called as ‘Tanba’, is lighter by weight and more refined compared to the counter parts) are the branches of the Sueki practice.
Ceramic flower pots are very eye catching. There is a wide variety that can be spotted in markets, local plant nurseries and shops specialized in interior decorations. These glazed pots are available in an array of sizes suitable to ones home.
These Ceramics can be an excellent theme for ones garden; especially the large pots of lighter or dark shades, would look amazing when placed at every corner of the garden. If one wishes to place Ceramic pots in the garden then the quality of the pots would certainly matter because these pots need to be highly durable and weather resistant.