Bodega Rose, a plant design studio based in New York City, creates vases and planters out of your favorite Nikes, Louis Vuitton bags, basketballs and more. The unique designs, which you have probably seen circulating around on social media, are hand-casted and molded, allowing for a limitless range that is both stylish and functional, making them the first of their kind.
Olivia Rose, a Manhattan native who studied landscape architecture at Cornell University, is the artist and visionary behind design studio Bodega Rose’s creations. Rose seeks to marry horticulture with art and fashion through her unique, one of a kind designs and home objects. The name Bodega Rose is clearly an ode to bodegas which are at every turn and corner, the very heart and embodiment of NYC living, always there when you need a bouquet to color your day.
The planters take on the life of a New Yorker, giving the plants a modern, city feel. So, whether you’re more of a classic Nike Air Force 1 enthusiast, or a high-fashion lover of Jacquemus, there’s something chic and sleek for everyone.
Rose has been enlisted to collaborate with numerous brands and institutions, including Nike, FILA, and even decorated MoMA PS1’s courtyard with planters for the museum’s first-ever plant installation.
Who said being a plant lady isn’t cool?
If you’re looking to compliment your plant collection with some cool, streetwear edge, or currently on the search for that perfect gift, head over to Bodega Rose’s online storefront and be sure to follow them on IG to keep up with any upcoming projects.