See the full Ivyline range at its dedicated showroom

by | Aug 26, 2023 | News, Product News | 0 comments

Ivyline opens new showroom

As one of the most well-established and popular suppliers of plant accessories in Britain, Ivyline enjoyed its best-ever Glee show this year, as its efforts to elevate the plant accessories category bore abundant fruit.

Renowned for supplying houseplant pots and outdoor planters to home stores and garden centres around the UK, Ivyline’s talented inhouse design team understands how to bring the hottest emerging trends into hard-working retail environments. The company is also making great strides in the Christmas category, helping to expand this prime market with inspired home décor and Advent accessories that are guaranteed to bring joy to your customers in the festive season.

Many lines are handmade or hand-finished in Europe from recycled and other sustainable materials – including jute, rattan, seagrass and recycled glass – Ivyline’s high ethical standards are evident in the quality of craftsmanship and functional beauty of its products.

If you were unable to attend Glee this year or couldn’t fight your way onto the Ivyline stand, retailers are invited to view the full collection at the company’s showroom at Stoneleigh Park in Kenilworth, Warwickshire, where the latest design-led ranges for home and garden are on display.

Inside the Ivyline Showroom

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Taking pride of place is the Lifestyle Garden collection of plant supports, cloches and other grow-your-own accessories, alongside the Kew Gardens licensed range and a spectacular Spring/Summer 2024 display of indoor and outdoor planters.

With gardening the pastime of choice for increasing numbers of Brits, Lifestyle Garden offers a way for aspirational consumers to get their hands in the soil and grow wonderful fruits and vegetables close to home without resorting to unsustainable plastic supports and other unsightly equipment.

Launched for the 2023 season, this luxurious GYO range is back by popular demand for 2024 with new line extensions.

Incorporating lovingly crafted plant supports, two different cloche designs in large and small sizes, circular and conical hanging baskets, sturdy plant supports and four stylish trellis designs, this beautifully handmade collection is displayed to full advantage in the Ivyline showroom. See for yourself how fabulous the full merchandise range looks instore, where it will not only tempt discerning shoppers but also offers fabulous gift solutions for gardeners.

In stock and ready for delivery in double quick time, Lifestyle Garden is supported with bespoke PoS units and materials that will inspire and facilitate even more amateur growing on British soil. Items in the range are constructed out of frost resistant zinc and rustic bronze, all with a two-year guarantee. (RRP from £34.99 – £59.99).

Centrally located in a beautiful part of the country that’s easily accessible by road, the showroom offers a great opportunity for retailers who wish to browse Ivyline’s latest collections at their leisure and understand how to display coordinated merchandise to maximum advantage.

The showroom is open Mon-Thurs 8am – 5pm, Fri 8am – 3pm and all visitors are treated to a complimentary lunch. To book your visit or request a brochure email: or call 024 7633 9180.

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