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Celebrating spring with a vase from be&liv

Don't you love spring flowers? They do make me smile. I'm always looking for new ways to arrange them at home and so excited by my latest find: a 24k gold plated One Flower Vase from Scandinavian design brand be&liv. Described as 'a delicate flower vase that compliments the beauty of a single flower,' One Flower Vase also comes in chrome and copper and was designed by Ilkka Suppanen because 'sometimes just one modest flower is more than a big bouquet' (I'm with you Ilkka!). Established in Helsinki in 2012, be&liv make many other items for the home too, including the Halo shelf, Palea candle holder  (also seen on my coffee table), leaf coaster set and Lily cake stand - all beautiful and unique in their own way. So exciting!







Photography: Niki Brantmark / My Scandinavian Home. 

Oh so lovely - and the perfect vase for one delicate ranunculus, don't you think?!

be&liv pieces are sold through many different retailers - find your nearest one here.

Have a great weekend!


This post was sponsored by be&liv. However, all words are my own and I only ever work with brands I love and think you will too. Thank you for supporting the wonderful businesses that make My Scandinavian Home blog possible.




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  1. Oooh, I love that candle holder! Gorgeous and so unique!!

    xo, Sofia
    www.thecozie.co

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    1. It's so lovely isn't it? It arrives beautifully packaged and it's really fun and satisfying watching it take form as you put it together. Can really recommend it!

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  2. It is isn't it? Same to you Jessica! xx

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  3. Can you let me know where you got the grey candles? Thank you.

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  4. HI Helen, yes I bought them at a shop in Malmö called Lagerhaus! I hope you find same as they look so great with brass!

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