Through MoMA, consumers with an eye for design are able to purchase unique paper vases that give them the chance to dress up their floral arrangements in a new way.
Any vessel that is capable of holding water could potentially serve as a vase, but most people prefer to accent the beauty of a bouquet with a vase that's equally as eye-catching. These vase designs sold through the Museum of Modern Art build off of this notion, making it possible for consumers to use plain bottles to hold flowers, while simultaneously dressing them up for aesthetic appeal.
The curved, die-cut and water-resistant paper sleeves in blue and pink are designed to be able to fit around a slim glass or plastic vessel, offering a lightweight and easy-to-store alternative to heavy floral vases.
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