537 Eclectic Vases
The best way to decide what type of vase to purchase is to think about what kinds of flowers you usually buy. Do you have a flower garden that you use for fresh cuttings? Or maybe you can’t help but pick up a bouquet of sunflowers every time you’re at the store. Or if you’re lucky, you have a loved one that loves to surprise you with some fresh flowers on special occasions. No matter what the reason, odds are you’ll need something to house your favorite flowers or bouquet. More
Hand-blown recycled green glass with aqua accent. Does not hold liquids. Each piece is unique and will vary in size and shape. Bubbles or other imperfections are natural to the glass. Black specks of wood may appear from firing.
*Made from environmentally-friendly reclaimed fir stumps with an easy care food-safe lacquer finish *Each piece is hand-carved by skilled artisans, so no two are exactly alike. Knotholes and minor cracks add a unique charm. *Gorgeous wood grain and colors make these great for a wide variety of...
Enrico Root Wood Large Vase
$59.99 · Only 5 Left
Put this handmade glass vase anywhere you need some color, shine, functionality and overall drama. At about 14 inches high, the blown blue glass features a popped bubble on the side and darker blue rim around the top. It will look great in rooms from contemporary to coastal to eclectic.
Pick from four colors of beautifully handblown glass vases, or combine them all for a graceful palette and undulating shape. These artful pieces look just as lovely sitting alone without flowers or filled with a bouquet of your choice.
Going for coastal beach chic? This artisan white and brown ceramic vase will help you get there. Looking like a barnacle-covered beauty, it brings an organic feel to sea-worthy collections on a shelf or table.
Lucidum Tall Vase
Here’s a striking set of ceramic vases in a lustrous black pearl finish, ready for your biggest and best bouquets. And since these lovelies come in a pair, you can have fresh flowers both here and there.
Antlers have been on trend for a while now, so it's great to see them interpreted in a fresh medium. The handblown glass creates a dramatic vessel for a single rose. Of course, the design is strong enough to stand alone without flowers and still make a real impact in your room.
Antler Bud Vase
These beautiful bottles add an exotic touch to any room, and recall the groovy colored glass bottles that were so popular in the 1960s.
These log bowls are both versatile and beautiful. I would use them as candle holders, as paper clip organizers, for floral arrangements (as shown) or as a key holder so that I wouldn't have to look around for them before I leave the house. The options are limitless, really.
Ferm Living Stem Vases
This vase is pretty enough on its own, with nothing inside it. A little collection of them would be darling on a mantel shelf.
I like this hanging vase set because it allows you to do something different with color and flowers in a space. I think it would look terrific in a bathroom where there are no windows because it would almost light up a wall with the bright colors and flowers. The iron hanging bar is great looking...
Hanging Glass Bud Vases
This is a fun alternative! A lab beaker set in graduated sizes. They are affordable, too. I've always wanted to use these as vases.
This gourd bowl has a totally unique feel. The leaves are cut out to make a cool pattern of interlocking leaves. I love how the different shades of green really makes the leaves stand out.
Daisy DarlingGo for this blooming beautiful home accessory from Cyan Design. The Daisy Vase is pretty and elegant with a cascade of daisy blooms down the front. Its ceramic base is mesmerizingly moody in a dark-purple gloss glaze, while the black-finished flowers give it a smoky touch. Pair it with...
I think this vase will help me make a big splash at the dinner table. I absolutely love the gilded enamel tone, and the interesting facade adds texture and style.
Glass is hand blown into a mold. Wrap is added by hand after glass is formed. Bubbles in glass are natural. Glass is lead free.
Glass Lattice Vase, Clear
Kri Kri Studio VIT Yellow Torso VaseLet your decor blossom with Kri Kri Studio's pretty VIT Yellow Torso Vase. Exquisitely handcrafted by Seattle artist Kristin Nelson, this ceramic vase has plenty of artisan appeal with a curvy hourglass silhouette. The sunny yellow hue and white line detailing...
A 100% resin cast of the designer's hand. Easily wall mountable. This hand can be used as either a vase or a candlestick holder. A glass vial and metal cup accompany the piece.
Kri Kri Studio VIT Gray Torso VaseLet your decor blossom with Kri Kri Studio's pretty VIT Gray Torso Vase. Exquisitely handcrafted by Seattle artist Kristin Nelson, this ceramic vase has plenty of artisan appeal with a curvy hourglass silhouette. The stone-gray hue and white line detailing give it...
Catch everyone's (even your own!) attention with this striking hand-made glass vase painted in rich crimson tones with delicate black marbling. This fishbowl vase can work as a stand alone piece or would look incredible grouped with other vases from this crimson collection. Please note that due to...
Concepts Life Accent Vase Crimson Glass Fishbowl
$72 · Only 3 Left
These vintage blue bottles look fabulous grouped together in the corner of a counter or on open shelving in a kitchen. The translucency and vibrant hue are beautiful, making a dramatic presentation for a few wisps of beach grass or a solitary bloom. Conversely, serve drinking water in them, spread...
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