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Melissa_clintH was the first to guess correctly: a vase. Philippe Starck’s flower vase design, resembling a picture frame, is one of 50 pieces designed for the cutting edge New York Hotel, The Royalton. The blue tail supports the sheet of glass and holds the flower stems, which makes the flowers stand out. Now that spring is just around the corner, have you been displaying fresh flowers in your home? Tell us in the comments below.


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7 Responses

  1. willgarden4food says:

    I have never seen a vase like that. I love it. Congrats to Melissa!

  2. Joanne Palmisano says:

    I love having fresh flowers everywhere in my home, especially on rainy days like these! What an incredible piece of art, functional and beautiful! I absolutely love this!

  3. Christina says:

    Haha, this is really strange, but alluring. Like the blue and red combo.

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  6. @vaseme says:

    It nice, just not handmade or will make a differ for the environment.

  7. Greenery is as important as the flowers themselves. It is the greenery that gives the flowers a backdrop that is both natural and visually appealing. Consider mixing in silk ivy or silk spider plants in your outdoor basket arrangement. The greenery will fill in the gaps and empty spots among the flowers but should never dwarf the flowers that they are near.

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