Put the petals to the metal (literally!) with this magnetic vase. A glass test tube sits within a cube of walnut for a surprisingly stunning design that will adhere to anything metallic.To buy: $28, mwmade.com.Featured July 2014
Make your flowers look good as gold within this gleaming modern vessel. With golden glaze and sharp contours, this piece looks more like a pricey sculpture from an art museum than a functional vase.To buy: $40, zgallerie.com.
Whimsical little tubes seem to sprout right out of their ceramic base. Split up a bundle of buds among them to transform any surface into a fanciful flowerbed.To buy: $25, jaysonhome.com.
Varying in shade and texture, each member of this trio maintains a coastal hue. Keep the vases corralled in the accompanying tray or scatter them throughout the room for a little seaside bliss (no matter where you live).To buy: $24.99, worldmarket.com.
Just like your favorite summer sundress, this vase has a sweet fit-and-flare shape. Pop a flower into its long, elegant neck for a sophisticated look on any tabletop.To buy: $42, fermlivingshop.com.
Bring the sunshine indoors with this vibrant yellow vase. An intricately sculpted pansy bursts from the side as a gleaming adornment to keep your live blooms company.To buy: $18, anthropologie.com.
Gleaming metallic ridges tumble down the geometric edges of these flashy pieces that are sure to showcase your blooms.To buy: $77, wayfair.com.
Bespeckled like a robin’s egg, this vase offers memories of springtime in the midst of the summer heat.To buy: $42, canoeonline.net.
The faded mint hue and burnt orange accents give this receptacle a slightly weathered look. Cocooned around a single bloom, it will add a soothing rustic look to your floral display.To buy: $20, leifshop.com.
Resembling a closed daisy bud, this container can be paired with a white bloom to maintain its monochromatic palette, or spice things up with a colorful blossom.To buy: $61, koromiko.com.Get Daily Finds via e-mail