French designer Benjamin Graindorge was inspired by centuries-old art of ikebana, Japanese flower arrangement also called kado (the way of the flower) and created its modern interpretation – Heirloom Vase for Moustache. Here you’ll see the art of beautifully arranging cut stems, leaves, and flowers in vases and other containers evolved in japan over seven centuries. The vases are basket-shaped and made of ceramic; the colors are plain and unusual – black, sunny yellow – they highlight the beauty of the flower. There are different sizes suitable for different occasions and bouquets but it’s better to put single flowers in there. Would you buy such a piece?