Modular Pink Vase from Adonde

Kids love Lego games a lot because these games give them a lot of opportunities to use their imagination and build many things by just placing them on top of each other and combining all the pieces in different creative ways. This way they obtain many items and if they get bored with one they just turn it into little pieces again and rearrange them obtaining new things every time. This is exactly similar to what happens when you have a Modular Pink Vase from Adonde. It is made of three modular pieces you can combine as you wish or need.

This modular vase is very simple in design and is made of three different modules. You can use them to put on top of each other and this way you will have a taller vase every time. If you need the vase for smaller bouquets, you can only use one module, but if the flowers are taller you just have to add one extra module or even two and there will be no problem like having a vase turned over because the flowers were too tall.

The vase is made of one water recipient that is white and two wooden tops – one of them pink and the other beige. The wood used for the two tops is alder from the Spanish Pyrinees. The cone shape of the modules allows you to fit them perfectly and does not let water drip. You can purchase the item now for 145.00 EUR from the French manufacturer Adonde.

Published by in Appliances, on January 25th, 2012


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