create oases of life at home

The Eva Solo glass accents range celebrates nature and cosy home life with exquisite eye-catching decor. The inspiration comes from grand oak trees, which have been part of our Scandinavian heritage for millennia. The Acorn range in tinted glass brings natural homeliness to every interior.

The inspiration for the range was sourced from the oaknuts that sustain our forest wildlife. The organic design lines of the Acorn range bring out the beauty of all things simple, natural and uncomplicated. Inspired by Nature’s own palette, the finely balanced colours complement classic Scandinavian woods like oak, ash and beech. When it catches the light, the tinted glass gives off exquisite reflections. Create your own little oases dotted around your living space with the Acorn range’s elegant Scandinavian colour play and balance.

Tips for your floral arrangement

  • Arrange your fresh cut flowers at different heights
  • “Heavy” blooms lowest down
  • Lighter-weight stems like grasses at the top, pointing up
  • Light-weight stems add airy texture
  • Colours and sizes can provide eye-catching accents
  • Uses ornamental grasses, sprigs, greenery as filler and for airiness

Examples of blooms for bouquets

  • Amaryllis
  • Tulips
  • French anemones
  • Ranunculus
  • Chrysanthemums
  • Lilies
  • Hortensias
  • Umbellifers

Greenery for floral bouquets

  • Grasses
  • Ruscus
  • Eucalyptus

How to keep your floral arrangement fresh

  • Freshen up the water frequently, ideally daily or at least every 2-3 days.
  • The water temperature makes a difference.
    - Cold water for fresh-cut flowers (e.g. tulips)
    - Tepid water for mixed floral arrangements
    - Warm water for sprigs and stems
  • Prune any foliage that will be below the waterline. Avoid any leaves in the water.
  • Cut the stems at an angle. This increases the cut surface area for better water uptake. Re-cut the stems on days 3-4.
  • Avoid excessive heat or blooms will open too fast
  • Avoid direct sunlight
  • Remove wilted blooms. A rotting stem alters the water quality and damages other stems.
  • A floral arrangement in water should last 5 days, and ideally longer