Last Chance! Win this Artecnica Vase!

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In keeping with this week’s green theme, I’ve organized a giveaway for you! Style Carrot’s first! Contemporary furniture and home accessories site All Modern, one of the 260+ sites that are part of CSN Stores, has generously offered this gorgeous Artecnica tranSglass® Double Vase ($55 value).

I love the shape and color, and it satisfies both kinds of green since it’s eco-friendly. The vase was designed by Emma Woffenden and Tord Boontje. Thanks to Aid to Artisans, a non-profit organization providing assistance to artisans worldwide, tranSglass® vessels are hand crafted in Guatemala from recycled glass, making each a one-of-a-kind piece. It’s even part of MoMA’s permanent collection

TO ENTER: Leave a comment on this post telling me what kind of flowers you envision putting in the vase. Please include your email so we can contact you if you win! All Modern can only ship within the United States. The winner will be selected at random on Friday, July 17th.

Good luck! We’ll all be green with envy if you win! ; )

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Be sure to check out All Modern‘s wide array of furniture and home accessories from designers, like Alessi, Knoll, Blu Dot, DwellStudio, Ferm Living, and Droog. There’s everything from Herman Miller’s Aeron Chair to cookware by Rachael Ray to pillows by Thomas Paul.

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Author: StyleCarrot

Marni Elyse Katz is a design writer and editor who lives in Boston and Cape Cod with her husband, two sons, and a cat. She blogs about design at www.stylecarrot.com

26 thoughts on “Last Chance! Win this Artecnica Vase!”

  1. Beautiful vase!

    I could see a stem or two of white bleeding hearts in that vase. Another option would be lily of the valley. I’d also consider a simple branch of pikake.

  2. This vase is simply beautiful. I would put in a serene green bouquet of white calla lillies with yellow roses. I know this arrangement would look so pretty in this very unusual vase. Thanks for the fun contest..

    PS – Chaasftl@aol.com

  3. Such a great design makes anything in it look good- it would even make carnations look good!(white ones of course)

    Or I’d like to see dogwood blossoms in here too.

  4. This vase calls for a handful of bright yellow Billy Buttons (Craspedia Globosa). It would be a study in geometry, indeed.

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