Ordinary Books Open to Reveal Elegant Paper Vases Tucked Between the Covers

Flowery Tale Book Vase

If you're a fan of Beauty and the Beast, then this elegant paper book vase will conjure feelings of nostalgia for the fairy tale. The decorative piece by MECLI is straight out of a storybook and creates the illusion that beautiful blooms have sprouted from the book's spine. With its enchanting design, it's only fitting that the creative vessel carries the name Flowery Tale.

The entire stem vase is concealed within a book and only upon opening is its curving form revealed. Once cracked open, the folded sculpture takes the shape of one of three designs. But, because the book will work as a vase from either end of the spine, you have a total of six vessel options for displaying your favorite flowers. Simply flip over the book to choose the shape of a vase that looks best with the blooms. Insert the glass tube between the spine and arrange your flowers to enjoy how the beautiful simplicity brightens up the room.

The Flowery Tale collection is now available in MECLI's online store. Currently, the product is only available in Japan.

The Flowery Tale collection is a series of book vases by MECLI.

Book Pages as Floral Vase

The vases are made to look like ordinary books. But when opened, they reveal elegant folded art.

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A glass tube, inserted between the book spine, keeps the blooms in place.

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h/t: [Moss and Fog]

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Claudicet Pena

Claudicet Pena is a Contributing Writer and Project Manager for My Modern Met. In 2005, she attended the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University where she studied Business and Marketing. Later in her career, she found herself teaching yoga and meditation full-time, earning the title “Best Yoga Teacher 2016” by Best Self Atlanta Magazine. Claudicet is currently based in Boston, combining her passions for art, writing, and business development. As a creative at heart, she devotes time to her own outlets of yoga, meditation, writing, drawing, and painting. Claudicet also shares her love of arts & culture with her daughter as they explore the city and travel abroad. Explore along with them on Instagram: @claudipena.
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