I confess that I am not a flower enthusiast. As a result, the occasional rose or carnation is unfortunately relegated to a choice between plastic water bottle and unseemly glass jar. Germany-based snug.studio solves this conundrum with the snug.vase, a cardboard shell that easily disguises makeshift vases as refined, stylish pieces. The flat-packed cardboard is cut into an easy-to-fold template that is easily assembled into a faceted vase. Offered in three different colors imitating a range of materials – ceramic white, copper, and gray steel – snug.vase can accommodate slender forms perfect for stemmed flowers as well as compact, potted plants and blooms. With warmer weather (hopefully) around the corner, why not stock up on the snug.vase in anticipation of beautiful spring bouquets?

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