Sounds of spring

Spring decorating tips

Music boxes from Wendt & Kühn look impressive not only when displayed on their own but also when combined with accompanying figurines that continue the story of the music box. Let yourself be inspired by the tableau before you. The scene on the music box with two girls can be extended by arranging other spring figurines around it. Using her small trowel, the girl in the pink dress has planted the flowers in the ground. Her gardening companion has laid down her rake and hurries up with the watering can. A butterfly completes the scenery perfectly. Give your ideas free rein and conjure up an atmospheric decoration for spring.

flower girl

After the dark winter months we all long for light and color. And as nature slowly awakens from her sleep we, too, can bring spring into our own homes. The Blossom Kinder from Wendt & Kühn are ideal for this – in groups, pairs or simply on their own, like the Girl with Christmas Rose shown here. Displayed on a wooden stool our joyful flower-bearing messenger has the perfect setting. The simple wooden background brings to life the color of her pink skirt with its delicate floral pattern of some 30 tiny white flowers, her dark green jacket and her cheeky copper-colored braids. With a lifelike drawing of a Christmas Rose placed behind her, you have the perfect eye-catching display in your own home, achieved with very little effort. Give it a try!

Spring melodies

Did you know that the repertoire of the angel musicians from Wendt & Kühn contains more than just Christmas carols? Surrounded by the first flowers of the year they also play cheerful spring melodies. Take a fresh spring look at our winged cherubs.

The splendor of flowers twice over

When Grete Wendt gave her joyful Blossom Kinder snowdrops, poppies and marguerites to hold, she took her inspiration from the flowers in the meadows around Grünhainichen. So, these figurines feel particularly happy when they are surrounded by real flowers. Place a vase of fresh flowers by their side – either a stylish bunch tied by a florist or one you have spontaneously picked yourself.