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Stix and Flora single-conical-teardrop

Check Out the Stix and Flora Handmade Wall Vase Range (and Win Some)

If you’re yet to discover the amazement that is Melbourne brand Stix and Flora, consider this post your wake up call. I’ve been smitten with the handcrafted creations from the duo behind this business for quite some time, and I’m delighted to have them on the blog today – and equally excited to give you the chance to win some of their stellar designs for your own home. Read on for more!

Stix and Flora single-round-teardrop

The Stix and Flora Handmade Wall Vase Range

Based out of the Mornington Peninsula, Stix and Flora is a family affair. The ladies behind the brands are a mother and daughter team (Jules and Em, respectively), who create everything in their online store by hand. They’ve been doing it since the business took off back in 2014, and have already outgrown the kitchen table they used to design and construct at. Now in their own dedicated work studio at the back of their house, the clever creatives tell me that the business started by chance.

“Emily wanted a few pot plant pouches for her home, so we made some and found all our friends and relatives wanted & liked them also,” Jules tells me. “Within weeks after adding a picture to social media, we had so many enquiries from homeware stores wanting to stock our pouches – and so our business began!”.

From fabric pouches to floral flasks, and even some beautiful native wood vessels, the product range from Stix and Flora is a varied one, but one that’s infused with heart and soul. The products you see in this post are by far my favourites, and Jules tells me that they’re a winner with customers, too.

Stix and Flora Cylinder-vase Stix and Flora double-conical-teardrop

“Our favourite product is our new Teardrop wood vase, they are our best sellers [and] we have been amazed by the response,” Jules says. “It is so lovely knowing people love and want our new product in their homes and work space. It is very rewarding for us when people send us a picture”.

The ladies tell me that they’re in the midst of creating and launching a new wood product, which is just one of the excitement developments in the Stix and Flora journey. There have been others along the way, of course, with Jules calling on their first Life Instyle event last year, as a true highlight.

“We went with an open mind not knowing whether buyers would like our products. We were overwhelmed with the response, gaining over 70 new stockists Australia wide and several new customers from New Zealand & Tasmania”.

If you’re looking at the pictures in this post and thinking I want one, then think no more; simply enter the Stix and Flora competition below and one could be yours!

WIN 2 Wooden Wall Vases from Stix and Flora!

** Please note this competition has now closed. The winner was Cath **

To go in the draw to win two wall vases of your choice, simply:

Click here to jump to the Stix and Flora website
– Drop a comment below naming your fave designs and why

Comp open to Australian residents only. Competition closes 11.59pm Monday July 4

Outside of writing the TLC Interiors blog, Chris is an interior stylist and author. You can also catch him on your TV screens as a designer on Channel 10's Changing Rooms. If you'd like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here

Comments (14)

  • nee

    Flora single and double tear drop, the design suites my décor in the house, the style suites the wooden panel, unique and stylish

  • Gabrielle

    I would love the flora flask to bring some life to my new bedside table. The conical wooden teardrop vase is also beautiful and striking … and could be kept high on the wall away from my toddler’s enquiring hands!

  • My word! What stunning design & style. That single teardrop is just exquisite.

  • Lizzy D.

    I love wood bending products. I agree your new Teardrop wood vase is stunning very eye-catching. I know my friends will all want one. Unique gift for all occasions.

  • Prue W

    Oh it’s so hard to choose! I think my favourite though would have to be the teardrop design with the single conical vase. It looks modern and industrial but still soft and traditional. The perfect combo!

  • Paula H

    I love the double teardrop and would be an eye-popping feature on any wall

  • Kerry Neill

    I love the Teardrop shapes most of all, but the triangle shaped one also adds quite an interesting look to the mix. I’m a flower addict so vases vases everywhere is a wonderful idea! It’s so nice to see a family enterprise grow like this!

  • Cath

    Gorgeous designs – hard to choose one! If I have to choose though I’d say the half moon double vase – gorgeous! I love discovering new businesses through your blog Chris and I love the new look!

  • Janna

    Though they are all great designs, I would choose the wooden double teardrop round vase. The simple organic lines, curved wood and leather strap would allow me to bring colour and greenery into my Scandanavian style office.

  • Ana Carolina Nogueira

    Those teadrop vases are simply gorgeous!!! I love how they combine natural materials, a scandinavian clean feel, but with a modern design twist. To me, it’s the perfect aesthetic! Congratulations to Stix and Flora for their amazing work!

  • Diana

    not an easy choice, but I quite like the second last one – it reminds me of a branch waiting for a bird to land on it. Excellent work Stix and Flora!

  • Courtney

    The leather wallhanging planter and the Cylinder Vase (leather) are my favourites. The strong lines and textures used compliment simple and delicate flowers, fitting perfectly into my home.

  • bubble936

    Teardrop wood vase is my favourite because i am totally in love with the shape and design.

  • Zach

    All very beautiful however I’m personally drawn to the Stix and Flora / Conical Double Teardrop Vase as I sit perfectly with the location of my residence, which is wrapped by natural Australian flora.


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