Whether individually or as a lush bouquet, flowers don't actually need a sparring partner to bring out their beauty. The emphasis is on "actually". Because in the right vase, the colorful blossoms come into their own even better. Our team around photographer Alexander Kilian and stylists Ruby Barber and Mary Lennox show how the vase classics from KPM Berlin really set flowers in scene.

  • Hexenbecher and vase cup shape by KPM with orchids
  • Mozart cup from KPM with Indian cress
    Alexander Kilian
KPM trumpet vase with peonies

Vase trumpet shape designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel at the beginning of the 19th century. The vases are available in six variants - with large and small opening. Which flowers look particularly good in the KPM classic? Lush bouquets, for example with peonies.

For more flower arrangements and tips on how to make them look especially beautiful in vases, see WEISS Magazine No. 05.

Cover KPM Magazin WEISS 2021
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In 2017, Storyboard designed its own magazine for the Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin: WEISS. The fifth issue of the annual customer magazine appeared in September 2021. The cover is adorned with a colorful production of the best-selling Urbino produced by Storyboard.