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50 Unique Decorative Vases To Beautify Your Home

50 Unique Decorative Vases To Beautify Your Home


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Vases have always been one of the most versatile interior design accents out there. The very best vases are consistently functional but continue to provide aesthetic value even when your favorite flowers go out of season. This post looks at 50 unique vases in every style ranging from artistic and interpretive to minimalistic and even surreal. If youre looking for home accessory inspiration or perhaps ideas for useful housewarming gifts, these distinctive vases are sure to stoke your creativity. Next thing you know, youll be looking through your heirloom seed collection to find the perfect blossoms for your new favorite accent piece.

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This two-part porcelain vase forms the illusion of a whale peeking up from the surface of the water, demonstrating a beautiful spray of your favorite flowers.

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The sleek Peaceful Bomb Vase emphasizes life and growth over destruction. It’s a beautiful piece and a strong conversation starter, making a big statement with a simple form.

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With references to Guns ‘N Roses aside, this vase adds edgy personality to the flowers it holds. It comes with three artificial roses to use when you’re out of fresh cuttings.

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Stunning! The impossible illusion of balance is sure to make Each magnet vase set comes with a clever metal plate to hide beneath the tablecloth to hold each one securely in place.

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Test tubes and a minimalistic base give this vase cluster a futuristic and impressive look. Imagine how much fun it would be to dye carnations or white roses with this set.

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A simple ceramic dove to hold a small cutting – very chic and charming.

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This would be the perfect vase to place alongside a shelf of favorite childhood fairytales, but this lovely sleepy fox is sure to look good anywhere.

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Here’s another fun animal-themed vase: this time, a modern and stylish giraffe with a neat imprinted pattern. It has a glossy glaze inside and out for durability and to make it watertight.

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Starman is such a cool vase, and sure to make a great gift for fans of space travel and pop art alike. The gilded visor is an especially eye-catching touch.

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Eva Milinkovic designed the Ventricle vase to highlight the beauty of the human heart. Each one is individually handcrafted from blown glass so no two are exactly alike. It’s a stirring statement piece visually and conceptually.

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Playfully tilted, sleekly shaped, and exuding the energy of bright gem tones. Hand-blown glass ensures each vase sways to its own distinctive beat.

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These are just begging for a spot near the windowsill where the light can play across the glossy faceted surfaces.

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Mini Scoop vases from Jonathan Adler offer a gorgeous splash of color encased in a transparent block Lucite.

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Inspired by the shapes of ancient Greek statues, these matte ceramic vases feature stunning asymmetrical handles that immediately draw the eye. These would go great with a geometric interior theme.

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Tushiez planters are available in sets of 5 so you can have a whole row of charismatic little behinds to bring the cheer of springtime into your home and a smile on your face no matter the season.

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The angles are sharp and the forms very tailored, yet each of these geometric vases still retain the soft and distinctive personality of hand-sculpted porcelain.

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Pop art attitude gives the humble vase a provocative makeover. This is an unlined vase so it can’t hold water, but it would make a great holder for air plants or dried flowers.

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Solid blocks of leftover mango wood were turned on a lathe and details carved and painted by hand to create a stunning organic piece with a chic aesthetic. A glass tube runs down the middle to hold flowers with or without water.

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Created by Danish design duo Ditte Reckweg and Jelena Schou Nordentoft, these Scandinavian bud vases use different stripe designs in black for an energetic interplay between each piece.

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This vase is handmade from ceramic but has the delicate pattern of tender young bamboo stalks. These gorgeous wares are available in gray and white or black and white.

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Does it get any more minimalistic than this? This design pares down the vase to its most basic elements, leaving a thin transparent slab with a cylindrical depression to fit a small flower bud.

  • Designer: Hallgeir Homstvedt
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Hallgeir Homstvedt designed this magnetic vase set when imagining new ways to engage curiosity and interactivity using everyday objects. This vase set certainly defies expectations.

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The aptly named Weight Vase collection by Decha Archjananun contrasts the heaviness of concrete with the light and delicate forms of flower blossoms, held in place by a streamlined black wire.

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Smooth yet natural concrete forms the sculpturally minimalistic bud vases you see here. Smart and simple forms like this are sure to complement any interior style ranging from rustic chic to urban industrial. Plus, the basic materials ensure it remains affordable enough to give a set as a gift.

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Faceted cuts highlight the strength of the rich woodgrain, beautiful on its own, and quite organic and lively with the addition of an air plant. Floridian sculptor Zachary Gilliland creates each of these wooden air plant holders by hand.

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This sleek Zen Circle terrarium contains layers of sand within a smooth glass vase, standing at 5.5 inches tall. Taking care of air plants is already quite relaxing so this set is sure to soothe the soul.

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Wow! The innovative Pipeline Vase collection mounts to the wall to become an architectural element rather than just an accessory. The urban concrete aesthetic contrasts with the organic nature of the flower cuttings.

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Very clever – the Hanabunko flower vase blends seamlessly with the books surrounding it. Inspired by the book-method of flower pressing, this piece will help keep your bookshelves organized and stylish with sentimental flair.

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It looks like a vase and a matching tulip, but it’s actually a flexible adjustable lamp ideal for studying or reading. Guests will look twice every time!

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Hand-sculpted porcelain takes the form of a prickly cactus that looks great with or without flowers. Use this charming vase with desert-inspired flora or get creative with your favorite blooms.

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Cutting a clever profile, this creative vase brings a basic contour drawing to life in three dimensions. It’s a classic style updated to a modern form.

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Another one similar in concept but with a more modern form. Can be used with flowers or without as an accent.

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Echoing the fine organic lines of the flowers themselves, these Artecnica tranSglass recycled handcrafted glass vases embody a sculptural quality that continues to unfold new details the longer you look at them.

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Imagine how much fun you could have with this chalkboard vase! Simply remove the chalk from its convenient holder and draw whatever kind of vase you’d like to see. Or get creative and decorate with a smart seasonal theme or playful illustration.

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Creating the illusion of a flower cutting floating upright in the water of its own accord, this surprisingly simple floating vase is compatible with a wide variety of vessels or you can even use two in one bowl.

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Powder-coated steel outlines the incomplete form of a sketched vase, perfectly minimalistic and artfully abstract. This piece joins the beloved candlesticks in the same style by designer Maya Selway.

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Perfect for fresh blossoms or delicate air plants, this hanging vase can bring a dash of natural beauty anywhere in the home. Hang in groups to create a stunning suspended garden.

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Here’s another hanging vase, this time with a flat bottom so it can sit anywhere. This one comes with an abdita plant ready to brighten your interior.

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Adorable! How could you resist these delightful little kitty cats? Their sweet and innocent faces would spark a smile every time you go to mist your air plants.

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The bulb-shaped Edison Vase brightens the room with fragrant flower blossoms.

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Four spherical vases join together to create the illusion of individual pieces. Water through one hole to water them all – they’re connected from within.

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Looking for something simple that would be easy to coordinate within your interior theme? These streamlined no-frills vases would look sweet just about anywhere.

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Cork isn’t a typical flower vase material, but that’s what makes these designs so unique. The cork simply wraps around the ceramic vase itself so the inside remains easy to clean.

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Shaped like smooth baubles, these bud vases pair the simplicity of white ceramic with a luxurious touch of gilt.

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Netherlands-based design studio Oato created the Scape series of vases to give designers a modular arrangement solution to accommodate any setting or flower arrangement. The faceted bases fit together to create seamless hilly landscapes of your favorite blossoms.

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Handcrafted by one of the top glassblowers in the United States – Justin Parker – created the Water Drop Jug in collaboration with renowned artist Andi Kovel. Each one shows its lovingly crafted providence through delightfully organic details.

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Driftwood collectors are sure to love this one: this vase pairs a flowing glass bottle with teak wood for dramatic contrast. Adding flowers takes this artistic composition to the next level.

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Inspired by the coastal landscapes of western Oregon, these vases are made with natural salvaged driftwood and glass with a colorful gradient. The hot glass material is applied directly to the wood during the manufacturing process for a perfectly fluid fit. Each vase is truly one-of-a-kind.

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Love your long-stemmed blossoms? These vases adapt the tall tapered form of a classic candlestick to highlight the beauty of your cuttings from bloom to tip.

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With a shape informed by stacks of books and media disks, these vases interpret the natural accumulation of the modern indoor landscape through a creative lens.


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