A beautiful vase is a must in every home, whether for larger bouquets of flowers or single cut blooms. We’ve been looking at which vases are popular right now – maybe you can find your own new favourite?
This popular vase is available in different sizes and colours. The range also includes votive candle holders, cutting boards and serving bowls with the same charming wave shape.
This original heart-shaped vase is the perfect home for a bunch of red roses. If not for yourself, then maybe as a Valentine’s Day gift for someone close to your own heart?
This mouth-blown vase in jewel form from Louise Roe is just as beautiful regardless of whether you use it for a large bouquet or a couple of cut flowers. Available in three sizes.
Flower from Marimekko is a small green vase with an undulating form. As it’s only 10.4 cm high, it’s ideal for the first spring flowers of the year.
Ernst is a stylish round vase in a classic design with a thin leather strap around the neck. There are also hyacinth vases in both stoneware and glass from the same collection.
The Holmegaard Primula is a vase in grey glass that really brings your flowers into focus. Perfect for hortensias or other statement flowers.
The Klong Äng has long been a really popular vase. It has a built-in flower holder, in metal, that makes it easy to arrange your flowers so they stand out beautifully.
Lovely lilies thrive best in a really elegant vase, such as this one from Orrefors.
This vase almost doesn’t need flowers – it’s a work of art in itself. The Open Minds series also includes serving bowls and other tableware.
A small vase that’s perfect for small cuttings, avocado stones or acorns. Place it alone or with several small vases of different sizes.
This slightly rustic vase is really nice for pampas grass or dried flowers. It’s quite tall at 50 cm so can either stand on the floor or be placed on a low table.
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