We are forever obsessed with sneaking a cluster of small bud vases into any nook and cranny in our houses that are otherwise neglected and in need of some flower and plant love. It's incredible how even just one stem of Freesia or just one small Ionantha air plant can breathe life into a room.
With this in mind, we wanted to make a clear glass vessel that would look interesting in its own right and would also be able to showcase our small flowers and tillandsias.
Glass is an unforgiving medium to design with so we went with extruded tube glass to get that perfect and cool geometric shape.
Your little air plant pals will feel like the coolest kids on the block when they make their new home inside a Crystal vase. Spice it up and add a bit of preserved moss for some added colour and texture.
If you're more into the cut flower world, simply take any flowers or clippings from your garden, or snip out a few from a grocery store bouquet, plop them in.
- Material: extruded tube glass, which means it's glass but it's thin and delicate
- Dimensions: Large is 5", Medium is 3.5" and Small is 2.75"
- Cleaning: C.L.R. (Calcium, Lyme, Rust Cleaner) will help out with any calcium build-up without needed to get out the long wire brush
- Unique gift idea
- Fun floral arranging
- Showcase your air plants
I've gotten a bunch of Chive stuff over the years. I continue to be happy.