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These vases look just as striking filled with flowers or sitting empty on a table. The folded fabric adds a great dimension of texture and color. One of them would be a beautiful wedding or housewarming gift.
Rose Vase, 10"
This plum vase adds a twist to the generic clear glass. Simply pick up some fall flowers at your local store and place them in this fall vase.
I would fill my desert house with a lot of pottery, such as this vase from Heath Ceramics. It's so simple and beautiful.
This is a blown glass flower vase. The spiral design at the top keeps the flower standing up straight, and put a bit of water in the base to keep the stem hydrated. This is such a unique design.
A precarious pile of dishes? No! It's actually a unique vase from Danish design group Muuto. Looks striking on it's own or with a single flower or plume of foliage.
Group some vases like this one together — it's simple, pretty and would look perfect with some dried billy balls in it on a coffee table.
Red mercury glass vases add an opalescent shimmer that will reflect the candlelight on your spooky night.
Red Mercury Glass Vase
Try this small wooden vase for when you want to add flowers. Flowers are a must in every room, and they're the least expensive way to quickly freshen up a space.
A beautiful vase with colored stripes a great way to add a punch to any room. This one is so much fun and so elegant.
Pair a plaid pattern with crystal and you get this gorgeous vase. It's a subtle way to incorporate the bold pattern.
Plaid is taken to a whole new level when it's etched into mercury glass — and that level is called simply stunning!
This is such a fun take on a basic vase. Each fold of fabric mimics the texture of tree bark. The colors and textures add a beautiful dimension to a basic piece. Can't you just imagine how lovely a bouquet of flowers would be in one? But the vase works as a design piece on its own.
Cut some berries from the garden and place a few sprigs in this color-fading vase to enjoy the outdoors from the comfort of your sofa.
We all love mercury glass, but have you spied it in green like this West Elm beauty? I can just see my Christmas mantel now, sprinkled with silver mercury glass and this gorgeous green vase. I’m in love, that’s for sure.
I recently used this oversize vase for a client's round foyer table and filled it with a ton of large off-white flowers. It turned out amazing!
Some vases are beautiful even empty. We'd display this one in a guest room and fill it with our favorite freshly cut stems when company arrives.
Vase Cocoon, Mint
I can't help but think of the sea when looking at these beautiful vases. Their whimsical, natural colors of the water and organic shapes make them truly special.
This gorgeous vase needs no extra embellishment, but imagine it filled with a few orchids as a textural counterpoint to the sleek shell and stainless steel exterior. Beautiful, no?
Julep cups are another accessory workhorse. Use them to hold makeup brushes, pens and pencils, straws or flowers.
Add a simple vintage vase to your collection. I would fill it with a single cut sprig and place it on my work desk to enjoy all day.
Vintage Vase #347, White
Do you want a little color or pattern added to your centerpiece? These are perfect! I love the soft, feminine color and trendy, yet classic pattern.
I love the silhouettes of these vases. They are beautiful and simple, but the subtle stripe adds a bit of character.
This is such a sweet little set. I love the soft pastel colors. They'd be really pretty with white daisies poking out of them during the spring and summer months.
Holy moly. These stacking vessels made of ceramic (bottom), glass (middle) and wood (top) are works of art. I love how the brilliant colors of the glass look when they're all grouped together... which is tough luck for me since I really can't afford one, let alone the whole set.
Utopia Stacking Vessel
I'm severely challenged when it comes to making bouquets. As such, I'm very open to any ideas that make the process more effortless. A row of single stems that looks good and takes little more effort than adding water? I think I can handle that.
I'm completely obsessed with these bottles named for and inspired by one of my favorite artists. I want every single piece!
San Francisco artist Diana Fayt knows her flowers. She adorns many of her pieces with them. Here she chose pretty teal blue daisies and a luminescent water-tight glaze.
These clay vases have a wonderful organic shape to them. The white contrasts nicely with brightly colored stems.
I love these vases with their white bases. Deep textures and bold colors make these perfect en masse or swimming solo.
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