In this jug-like glass vessel, you can easily blend styles by adding a few delicate flowers to juxtapose the rugged hand crafted link exterior.To buy: $39 for small, ballarddesigns.com.Featured October 2013
Put greens and flowers straight from the garden into this spherical hand-blown colorful sphere. Available in three colors.To buy: $28, shopterrain.com.
Understated florals, meet your match. These beech wood and lacquer pillars stand en pointe for a truly elevated way to show off buds. Each stake holds a tube of water to hydrate stems.To buy: $95, aplusrstore.com.
If you’re struggling to find a suitable vase, this sunny, striped ceramic holder features a wide opening—helpful to have on hand the next time guests bring a bouquet.To buy: $68, gretelhome.com.
Basic white porcelain vase gets an upgrade. The geometric three-dimensional structure delivers just enough oomph to jazz up an otherwise basic white vase.To buy: $60, katespade.com.
The base of this artistic pedestal is made of hand-turned walnut, while the pot that sits on top is constructed of hand-made glazed porcelain. Your guests will marvel at the vase just as much as your arrangement. To buy: $240, kleinreid.com.
Want a chic arrangement that requires zero effort (or flower arranging skills)? The scattered openings atop this oblong-shaped vase make it a easy to pop in blooming sprigs and stems.To buy: $30, chive.com.Get Daily Finds via e-mail