1,851 Modern 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
Pebble Airplant Duo
Simple, modern and organic, these airplant vases will add a quiet elegance to your table or mantle. Air plants are one of nature's minimalist designs, deriving nutrients from the air with no potting soil required. The two vases are simply filled with smooth white river stones, and are shaped to look the same. Just spray the plants with the included water bottle for clean, easy ...More
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This vase brings new meaning to the idea of a rock garden. A tall, pillar-like vessel is crafted from recycled stone and cement dust, then filled with a removable glass insert to hold water and your fresh blooms. It's a great modern look for your room.
Alessi "Tonale" Vessel
$74 Only 3 Left · More Colors
This spectacular vessel sure is versatile. You can keep it on your countertop as a snack-storage container, or remove the lid and showcase it on a table as an eye-catching vase. So, are you on board?
Alessi 'ALDO' Vase
$254 Only 4 Left · More Colors
Sensuous in shape with dimpled detailing, this porcelain vase makes a lovely addition to your favorite modern setting. Double-casting technology creates the subtle — yet striking — two-tone effect.
Albert Vase, 5.5 Dia x 12, Grey
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Designed by Tina Frey, part of the Tina Frey Designs Tina Frey Home Collection. Hand-finished. Water safe. Hand wash.
Black & White Oblong Hand Blown Glass Vase Tall
This Oblong vase is made from hand blown glass and finished in white with a black interior.
Aalto Finlandia Vase 7.75" White
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Save this elegant vase for your tallest bouquet of roses or lilies. The abstract curves will do all the work of arranging your flowers. Just add water and enjoy your statement piece.
Cantine No 16
The CANTINE vase family was created from the diversion of this classical stackable glass which marked any childhood in France. Each vase is named by a number as a wink to the numbers that appear at the bottom of the glasses. The renewed use of this glass, like the madeleine of Proust, combined with various cork hats, allows a reintroduction of glass as a vase, an emblematic obj...More
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