Artist Turns Light Bulbs Into Flower Vases And It Looks Stunning • MetDaan

Artist Turns Light Bulbs Into Flower Vases And It Looks Stunning

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A lot of people love flowers, but what if you are also a fan of unique objects that function and look gorgeous. Or, if you are thinking of redecorating your home and want something different and distinctive. In that case, here is something that you might like.

Medical researcher and flower artist Rie Okitsu has created a project called Flowerium. It is a collection of ornamental vessels capturing the beauty of flower blossoms in an original and new way. Furthermore, it is a cross between a flower vase and a type of an aquarium. The artist suspends actual flowers in a special solution that preserves their vibrancy longer than any traditional flower vase ever could, and it looks amazing.

The most popular ones are those inspired by the iconic silhouette of the Edison light bulb. Rie Okitsu takes Edison light bulbs and fills them with flowers, giving them a fresh new look and perspective. Even though the vases are only available in Japan, there are plans for them to go international. They also make for unforgettable gifts, for all flower lovers and interior design enthusiast.

For more pictures of Okitsu’s dreamy flower vessels follow her on her Instagram page, @flowerium_product where she has 5,203 followers to  date.

Here are some of her designs, courtesy of Diply.

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This is a pretty new and unique way on how to preserve beautiful flowers.

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Whatever you chose; cherry blossoms, peonies, or baby’s breath, it will be a stunning addition to your home.

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Some of them even look magical.

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Other than the Edison light bulb, she also preserves flowers in a perfume-like bottle form and a tall glass container.

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The retail price is around $45 or 5,184 JPY and for the time being, they can be only bought in Japan.

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Source: diply

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