FLOWER TUBE is a collection of cylindrical glass vases, designed for smaller bouquets and individual flowers. However, they match beautifully with cuttings or spring branches from the garden. The vase consists of a narrow transparent cylinder with a coloured insert that makes up the vase itself. This vase is crafted in beautiful amber, inspired by the gold of the sea.
The vases are mouth-blown and crafted in the durable glass type borosilicate. In addition to this vase in amber, the same collection covers colours: pink, green, yellow, cyan, smoke, blue and transparent.
Solid coloured glass has always been inspirational and had its place in the home, and there is certainly a reason for that. It's an easy way to get colours inside your home and when the sun's rays hit the glass, magic happens. The flower tube vases can easily be placed empty on a shelf, but are beautiful too when combined with other glass or good flea findings. The vase consists of two parts, the clear outer glass, and the coloured interior, which means that the vase almost floats. This type of vase can be styled with voluminous flowers, as well as individual ones. In the summer, try for instance dahlias or a single sprouting forsythia branch for spring.
Due to the narrow circumference of the vase, it works great for a table setting or on a narrower shelf. If you are looking for an easier care-free solution then explore our collections of paper flowers designed in collaboration with Labdecor. If you want to make a still life with vases, check out Bubble standing which is beautifully combined with Flower tubes.
The cylinder vases are handmade in borosilicate glass, which is lighter and more durable than regular glass. It endures high temperatures and is scratch-resistant, so no worries; the glass won’t break nor lose its colour over time.
Our vases are easily cleaned with warm water and soap and if needed, a little regular vinegar.
OPENING: Diam. 65 MM
HEIGHT: 200 MM
WEIGHT: incl. packaging 0.460 KG
Studio About is a Danish design studio. All objects are designed by architect Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen.