Glas chopping boards with flower and plants
Floral and vegetable designs have always been the favourite motif of designers, decorators, and customers. No wonder then, that they also appear on glass cutting boards. Flowers are a perfect pattern for any room. In the kitchen, especially a modern, minimalist and functional one, which might often seem sterile like a laboratory, such a board with floral patterns will add colour to the monochromatic kitchen worktops or walls and tiles when set aside vertically after fulfiling its job. We simply have an aesthetic, glass cover plate with an image of our favourite flowers and plants instead of fresh flowers in our kitchen.
What criteria should we follow when choosing the right pattern for such a glass worktop saver from among the many options prepared by the designers? We can make the choice by following our heart, i.e. favourite flower, or choose based on the style and colour scheme of our kitchen, or pick colours contrasting with the uniform colour of the room. Everything's allowed.
There are various species and colours available on the chopping boards with flowers and plants. Some flowers of the same plant species vary greatly in colour. Orchids—with an infinite number of patterns and colours—are one example of such species. Same with roses, tulips and other plants which the breeders beautifully "enhanced". It's natural that some flowers share the same colour, e.g. white lilies, snowdrops, buckwheat. Sunflowers will always be yellow, while poppies will always be red. Flowers on the glass boards are depicted in vases, growing in the garden, and most of them are presented up close as a single flower.
In addition to flowers, you can choose a pattern with cacti, dandelions (fleeting dandelion seeds) or blooming branches of trees.
red and yellow roses on a white background (#3832)
white lily pebbles and a piece of water (#3782)
beautiful pink orchid on blue background (#1819)
Floral background of orchids, bright flowers on a gray Applied a filter with grain (#1821)
Blaue Kronen-Anemone (Anemone coronaria) (#1834)
Orchid flowers with water drops, close-up (#1805)