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Exceptional designer watering cans

Watering can "Plunge" by Elho

Design: Elho "Plunge"

Elho is a company based in the Netherlands that has firmly anchored nature conservation and closeness to nature in its corporate communications - and also lives it. Its own wind turbine at the production site provides 100% of the required energy and many products are made from recycled waste. The design of the "Plunge" watering can also has a distinct organic vibe to it - the spout and filler opening were designed like the branches of a tree, and apart from the base, there is hardly a straight line to be discovered in the design language. Soft, clever and unique - a design entirely to our taste.
Watering can "Limbo" by Blomus

Design: Blomus "Limbo"

The "Limbo" design by Flöz Industriedesign for the Blomus brand was constructed in a strictly rectilinear fashion. The contrasting mix of dark plastic and shiny polished stainless steel adds visual accents and gives the tall and narrow shape an elegant touch. The long, narrow spout provides surgical precision when pouring and adds a certain delicateness to the otherwise solid and stable aesthetic. Flöz Industriedesign is a design agency that has helped shape the design language of the Blomus brand for over 15 years, but also develops product designs for brands such as Adidas. In our opinion, the years of experience and the eye for simplistic elegance are clearly visible.
Watering can by Cesun

Design: Cesun

The design of Cesun Tech's small steel watering can is characterized by clean edges and a mix of straight and curved shapes. The most striking feature here is the main body, which consists of a dynamic truncated cone cut at an angle - this is half-covered by a rounded surface on its upper side to form the filler opening. The rounded handle and the long, thin spout complete the overall picture, creating a diverse mix of straight lines, oblique surfaces, organic curvature and filigree elements. Complexity and simplicity combined in just one small jug!
Watering can "Herb & Sprout" by Zone Denmark

Design: Zone Denmark "Herb & Sprout"

If you have a soft spot for modern home accessories, you can hardly ignore the stylish watering can from the "Herb & Sprout" series by the designer duo Mette Mavro and Sofie Lefèvre. The design style of the two designers is basically characterized by minimalism and - according to their own statement - a "moment of surprise". In this compact watering can this can be seen, for example, in the contrast between the soft rounding of the handle and the sharp-edged shape of the spout, or the fact that the watering can seems so much higher than it is wide. But actually we do not want to talk more about it but rather - look at it!
Watering can "Orb" by Ferm Living

Design: Ferm Living "Orb"

We would like to call the spherical design "Orb" from the Danish company Ferm Living a visual gem - because it combines round shapes in an inimitable way to create an exciting watering can shape, which is particularly striking due to its handle. This starts at the spherical exterior, then runs into the filler opening and disappears into the steel interior. We are completely enthralled by the simplicity and harmony of the design and are shown once again what is exciting about product design in general: that simple utilitarian objects can be so much more than just banal and unimaginative manifestations of their function - they can captivate the eye and enhance their surroundings. The watering can "Orb" does this effortlessly and elegantly.
Watering can "Diva" by Alessi

Design: Alessi "Diva"

The Italian design company Alessi has already caused a stir with our wall clock selection ( Infinity Clock) but also manages to find exciting and, in this case, humorous shapes for watering cans. The watering can "Diva" did not get its name for nothing: Viewed from the side, one can effortlessly recognize the caricature of an opera singer - the spout is the upstretched arm, the filling opening the mouth and the handle can be seen either as a second arm or perhaps even as an extravagant hair curl. Who would have thought that such associations could be drawn from a watering can? Another watering can design, which effortlessly defends its raison d'être in any room, even without plants.
Watering can by Burgon & Ball

Design: Burgon & Ball

Burgon & Ball, based in the British city of Sheffield, can look back on a long tradition: the company has been designing and producing tools for agriculture since 1730, and began its history - as is customary in this region - with a focus on one particular material: steel. Almost 300 years later, the expertise is still reflected in the products: steel is also the main material of the small indoor watering can from Burgon & Ball, for whose design the attribute "delightful" probably fits best. A clear-cut wooden handle made of beech wood and a long, narrow spout also distinguish the design and, together with the coffee cup size, create a fine and unpretentious overall appearance.
Watering can "Planto" by Blomus

Design: Blomus "Planto"

The watering can design "Planto" by the design agency Flöz Industriedesign for Blomus is also affectionately called "the little bucket", since it has a rather wide cylinder as its main body and a handle symmetrical on the vertical axis, which virtually forces this association. However, our cute nickname should not hide the fact that we are dealing with a very elegant, compact and straightforward watering can design, which covers a very wide range of effects from cute to constructed-precise. With its needle-thin spout and matte stainless steel, this watering can makes for eye candy in any room.
Watering can "Globe" by Eva Solo

Design: Eva Solo "Globe"

With a spherical yet asymmetrical watering can design for Eva Solo, the designers of the design studio "tools" really inspire us. Why asymmetrical? Because the fill opening is not directly below the handle, but offset to the side - which is not only a visual highlight, but also incredibly practical! You can't see the filler opening in the picture, but you can easily see it for yourself in our 3D view. By the way, we're not the only ones who are taken with the little sphere; the "International Houseware Association" from the United States has also awarded the product with the "Global Innovation Award".

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