7 Springtime Vases
Rosenthal Vase of Phases Mini Vase
Your guests will do a double take when they see this intentionally “smashed” miniature. Juxtapose its imperfections with a few perfect petals within.
To buy: $35, gracioushome.com.
Featured April 2015
Chapeau Bombetta Cement Vase
Put a surrealist spin on your decor with this Magritte-esque bowler hat planter. The cement piece can be used indoors or out—a tall, spiky plant will really make the quirky base stand out.
To buy: $74, burkedecor.com.
Faceted Black Vase
This tiny geometric container allows single buds to shine. Try it with a slender tulip, a peony or two, or even a mini-bouquet of stems from your garden. Cluster a few of these vessels on the dining table to create a dramatic, yet minimal centerpiece.
To buy: $15, dwellstudio.com.
Bling for your table. This ice-like, leaning glass vessel sparkles when filled with wildflowers or even a sprig of herbs. Take it even further and transform it into a mini terrarium with a lush, mossy ecosystem inside.
To buy: $18, shopburkleman.com.
Fill this whimsical vase with a rounded, densely packed arrangement to create a bouquet that looks good enough to eat. You can even use it at parties as an adorable display for snacks (pretzel rods) or treats (cake pops).
To buy: $68, jonathanadler.com.
Mod Metal Planter
Minimalists rejoice! These simple metal planters are excellent for creating a beautiful little succulent garden on your vanity or an eclectic centerpiece. You could even consider repurposing a few as mod desk organizers.
To buy: $10, urbanoutfitters.com.
Striped Cyperus Vase
You may not typically spend upwards of $100 on a vase—but this statement piece, hand woven in South Africa, is well worth the splurge. This would be the ideal vessel to showcase any long stemmed blooms, or even a more rustic bundle of reeds or bamboo that would add height to your decor year-round.
To buy: $128, anthropologie.com.
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