When it comes to decorating your home, you might find it important to include a vase or two in your design. Vases can easily provide elegance, color, shape, and texture to any space. Not to mention, vases are a form of art, and art truly helps liven up a room in a flash.
Here are five types of vases that will look stunning in virtually any home.
1. Bud Vase
Bud vases are traditionally designed to hold one or a few stems versus a giant bouquet of flowers. With a narrower neck, these vases are useful to perfectly present the latter without the stems flopping over in the process.
Apart from faux flowers, you can use your bud vase to hold other plants of your choice like faux sticks of greenery or fake grasses. Try placing some trendy pampas grass in a tall bud vase to add lots of texture to your interior space.
2. Pedestal Bowl
For the ultimate touch of richness and elegance, a pedestal bowl might be the best vase for your space. With a large bowl, these vases are perfect for holding moss, glass balls, decorative acorns, or fake fruit. The options are virtually endless!
Pedestal bowls are great in that they can help you bring nature into your home, depending on what you plan to place inside of it. They can also give traditional vibes if that’s what you’re going for in your design.
Jugs might not be considered vases at first thought, but they can certainly be used as such. Jugs can look stunning in rustic, traditional, or modern farmhouse interior designs.
These unique vases might feature a handle or unique shape to give your space that extra va-va-voom you’re looking for. Jugs look particularly great holding bunches of traditional flowers like soft-colored roses, lilacs, sunflowers, peonies, or dahlias. As a little interior design tip, consider switching out your faux flowers for each season.
4. Opaque Vase
Sometimes when one thinks of a vase, they think of a clear, glass vase. However, opaque vases are the true show-stealers in an interior space. Not being see-through, opaque vases are stunning on their own or holding a bouquet of flowers. Their color, texture, and material, though, is usually enough to grasp attention on its own.
5. Apothecary Vase
If an opaque vase doesn’t exactly seem like your style, an apothecary vase or set of vases can be a great alternative for you. These clear, fun-shaped vases, which often have lids, are great to decorate with items inside. Consider adding colorful stones, seashells, pinecones, or festive ornaments inside your apothecary vase(s) to add some flair to your space.
There’s something so interesting about including a vase in your interior design. What you may not know, though, is that there are so many different styles of types of vases out there. From bud vases to classic apothecary vases, your options are endless when it comes to beautifying an interior space.