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Heirloom Vase Inspired By The Art Of Ikebana

Thu, Feb 7, 2013 | Pots

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...Continue Reading...


Amazing Green Line Collection – Vases With Asphalt Finish

Tue, Aug 28, 2012 | Planters

This amazing vase collection called Green Line by Fabio Novembre for Bitossi Ceramiche reminds of asphalt pieces. There are several various pieces – for one, two, three, four and five flowers. Maximum height for the stem of 42 cm; the finish is very original – it’s porcelain covered with asphalt-like finish. The vase tells you of obstinate plants that...Continue Reading...

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Unusual Curious Vase Of Matryoshka Type

Wed, Aug 22, 2012 | Planters

If you have kids or pets that are very active and are constantly dropping some things, you should think of buying this vase. If you drop it or smash, it’s ok because it’s Curious Vase by Dutch designer Mianne de Vries. This is a back-up vase – if you break it, there are some more inside – it reminds of the Russian matryoshka doll which has a...Continue Reading...


Limited Edition Glass Collection By Fabrica

Tue, Jul 24, 2012 | Planters

Today the amount of various vases is so great, including those that you can do yourself, that it makes you dizzy. Fabrica presents its own limited edition glass collection of vases that impress, excite and enrapture. The collection consists of various pieces: Flood, Necklaces, Triangoli, Uplifting, Uccia, Vasone and Vessel. The shapes of these transparent...Continue Reading...


Modern Collection of Beautiful Mirror Vases

Thu, Dec 22, 2011 | Planters

In the Greek mythology there was a legend about Narcissus – it was a guy who fell in love with himself. He spent days looking at his reflection. Italian designerGiorgia Zanellato created a vase collection called Narciso. Why such a name? Because this vase gives you an opportunity to enjoy the whole beauty of any flower, even the simplest and the smallest...Continue Reading...


Minimalist Concrete Modular Vases

Tue, Sep 20, 2011 | Planters

Concrete is the most minimalist material. Japanese Bento boxes are very functional boxes for food. How are they connected? Designer Xiral Segard was inspired by them and created these concrete Konkurïto vases, items with modular design and clearness. These vases are made of four modular stackable elements so depending on the size of the bouquet the water...Continue Reading...


Surrealistic Vase Inspired By Nature

Mon, Jul 11, 2011 | Other

Nature and especially plants continue to inspire designers. Designer Volha Harokhava from Prague studio AAAD Ceramics and Porcelain Studio created this unusual and a little bit surrealistic Thorny Vase. The vase reminds of some thorny plant like a barberry or a hawthorn. The whole vase is covered by these thorns and the flower you put into the vase...Continue Reading...


Pure White Coffee Table With Built-In Vases

Wed, Feb 2, 2011 | Tables

One coffee table by Bas van der Veer design studio is something really unusual. The pure white small table features several vases that seem to have grown out of the table. They have become one and will have to spend the rest of their lives together. The coffee table is made by covering the small table and the vases with a layer of plastic through...Continue Reading...

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Transparent Blue Vase That Can Be Composed Like A Bouquet

Fri, Nov 12, 2010 | Other

Those who liked these contemporary indoor ponds but don’t wanna care about living plants and fishes would definitely like the combinatorial Bloomingbless vase. It’s designed by Benjamin Graindorge for Cinna and consists of 3 simple pieces: two hand blown blue glass vases and a bottomless ring surrounding these two vases. That and transparency of...Continue Reading...


Stylish Vase With The Magnifying Glass – Big Bloom by The Cottage Industry

Sat, Aug 14, 2010 | Pots

Have you ever wanted to see any flower as bees see it without using fancy DSLR camera with macro lens? Big Bloom is a clever vase from The Cottage Industry that not allows that but also can help you to show it the same way to those who visit your home. It features a flat magnifying glass that acts like picture frame to the flower putted inside the vase. The...Continue Reading...

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