Terrarium Designer and Artist Paula Hayes
There comes a time where designers create pieces that are living works of art, literally. Paula Hayes is no stranger to the chic spotlight of sustainable design through her breathing pieces of arboretum artwork.
Having showcased her living necklaces and terrariums that scream fashion-forward sleek status, Hayes and her terrariums are creating some serious buzz in today’s design industry.
Hayes, originally from Concord, MA, is an artist who has showcased her works in numerous solo and group exhibitions worldwide. Her pieces have been seen in The New York Times, Artnet, Elle Decor, Interior Design, Garden Design, Vogue Living Australia, and more. What we love about her work is the modern approach bringing the outdoors inside and creating a space imbibed with life. Gone are the days of fake plants, bamboo trees from Chinatown, and love ferns.
Today’s modern being can truly appreciate the ingenious work of Paula Hayes who incorporates beautifully blown glass pieces with natural elements to create an organic sense of ecology. These works are great additions to the creative home serving as centerpieces or as main focal points.
Why not bring a little life into you industrial loft? These breathtaking creations are perfect for getting in touch with your futuristic green thumb.
Nothing brings life into a home like a little shrubbery that will have you trading in your bonsai-pruning Mr. Miyagi self for some nouveau chic status.
This interior design blog about artist Paula Hayes and her Terrarium designs was published by Nazmiyal Antique Rugs in New York City.