Slow Pharmacy has designed this product especially for the enthusiasts of interior design, for those who care about details: placed on a table or a small shelf, it will be the one that will come highlight the furniture around it.
Each plant is selected and delicately inserted by hand into its bottle in Seoul. The beauty of this product lies in the fact that each plant is different and unique.
Handmade in South Korea
Content of 30ml
Size of 7,5cm x 3cm
Each plant is different, each model is unique: the size and shape of the plant can vary.
This beautiful tropical fern resembling heather, comes straight from the Caribbean and Central America, known for their forests and tropical climate. It will add to your interior a bit of warmth and sunshine with its foliage. flamboyant green and its black branch. Meticulously pruned and dried, you will be able to contemplate its eternally sunny leaves without limits.
Nature as decoration
This delicate plant will easily find its place in your home. It will be bright on a white or clear wall, on a window you will see a play of transparency on the leaves and on a bookcase or a piece of furniture it will blend perfectly with your interior decoration.
With its scarlet green colour, finding the ideal location for your vial will be child's play. The simplest way is to look where the light exposure will be strong to make the surrounding liquid shine, on dark furniture to bring out the beautiful greenish hues of the leaves.
For your interior design, the ideal would be to present it in an environment that fits perfectly with this type of design product: an abstract wall painting, or even a small wooden sculpture. Something to hold the attention of your guests just through a carefully chosen location.
For Lee and Jeong (co-founders), a plant can be at the center of everyone's life, influencing their race, attitudes and relationships. "It can replace a television set, for example, and determine how we spend our time after work, how we approach work and who we meet, even," Lee said.
It is in this philosophy that Lee and Jeong approach their work as a kind of prescribed diet requiring face-to-face consultations and close follow-up.