The care of the house and its external and internal environments is a duty that no person can escape, because the house reflects its character and allows guests to receive guests with dignity; for this reason it is good practice to keep the home spaces in order and choose the right furnishing accessories that are suitable for enhancing the home. In this regard it is possible to install outdoor pots that, in addition to being very functional, help to keep your garden tidy, fully enhancing the external facade of the buildings.
MODELS AND MATERIALS USED TO CREATE OUTDOOR VESSELS
On the market it is possible to find many models of outdoor pots, suitable to satisfy every kind of need and taste; there are also many available sizes of outdoor pots, which can be adapted to plants of any size and kind. There are vases in a modern and contemporary style, which are suitable for avant-garde homes that experiment with the most fashionable styles; outdoor vases in classic style, adaptable to any type of furniture, because the classic never sets; and finally, ethnic-style vases that can be used in homes that love exotic notes. There are also many materials used to create outdoor vases, such as natural fibers, terracotta, PVC, wood and aluminum.
CHARACTERISTICS AND ADVANTAGES OF NATURAL FIBERS
Natural fibers are a widely used material for the construction of outdoor pots, since being natural, they have many advantages; first of all they are living fibers, they breathe independently and are able to adapt to external factors, regenerating themselves automatically. Outdoor pots made of natural fibers have a very low environmental impact, since at the end of their use they can be disposed of without causing any damage to the surrounding environment; moreover, these vases are very light and can be easily moved from one place to another without any difficulty.
CHARACTERISTICS AND ADVANTAGES OF TERRACOTTA
Terracotta is the most widely used material for the construction of outdoor pots, since being composed of natural matter, it is not perceived by the plant as a foreign component and, moreover, it can be degraded biologically without polluting the environment. Thanks to its reddish color, terracotta is able to adapt perfectly to any type of architectural style and furniture; being a very porous material, it gives the outdoor pots a very high degree of absorbency, allowing it to absorb any excess water.
CHARACTERISTICS AND ADVANTAGES OF PVC
Many outdoor pots are also made of PVC, a recently discovered material that has been a great success in the window and furniture market; PVC is especially appreciated for its high resistance to atmospheric agents and humidity, in fact it is a water repellent and fireproof material, and maintains its same appearance for the entire duration of its use. Although it derives from oil, PVC is not polluting, because it can be 100% recycled and reused for the creation of new objects; PVC outdoor pots are very insulating and allow the soil of the plant to always maintain the same temperature even in the case of strong temperature changes. PVC for outdoor pots does not require high maintenance, in fact it can also be cleaned only with the help of a damp cloth.
CHARACTERISTICS AND ADVANTAGES OF WOOD
Wood is also widely used to make outdoor vases, since this material possesses an intrinsic elegance that manages to enhance any environment and, moreover, fits perfectly into natural landscapes, blending with the elements of nature, to give harmony housing. The wood used for outdoor pots is solid wood, that is the wood that is taken directly from the trunk of the trees to give greater solidity and resistance over time; wood is a one hundred percent eco-friendly material, since at the end of its use it can be disposed of naturally without damaging the surrounding environment. The wooden outdoor pots need constant maintenance in order to fully show off their elegance, to enhance the home.
Outdoor pots: CHARACTERISTICS AND ADVANTAGES OF ALUMINUM
Even outdoor aluminum vases are widespread, since aluminum is highly appreciated for the particular characteristic of its molecules that make it immune from rust and allow it to retain the same appearance throughout its use; moreover aluminum, being very bright, is used in very shady places, in order to create new light points.