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.
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.
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).
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.
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.