Updated: Oct 9
When I buy fresh flowers for my kitchen table my go to vase isn't a vase at all, but a ceramic pitcher from the 60's. Its a soft pretty aqua and I love the asymmetrical lines of the vase.
Who doesn’t love flowers or plants as part of their décor? Its so easy to drop a single bud or a whole bouquet in a vase and be done with it, but with just a little more thought you can kick it up a notch by using a pitcher, jug, mason jar, old tin can or other non-traditional vessel. It’s a great way to incorporate some fun, funky or vintage items in your décor. Is your favorite container not waterproof? Just slip a cheap vase inside and no one will be any wiser to your tricks.
The garden is another great place to experiment with non-traditional decor for a season.
Here is a great photo line up some off the wall ideas to get fresh ideas for your space.
Go ahead I challenge you to think outside the box…I mean vase.
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As you can see anything can be used to show off your style. Happy hunting!