Great Places for Big Vases Great Places for Silver Vases

If you’ve ever looked at a huge, artisan-created vase and thought, “It’s gorgeous but maybe not for my place,” we’ve got news. It’s definitely for your place. Made in a range of shapes, materials and looks, big vases are more versatile than you might think. In fact, they’re downright easy to work with. We’ve got pictures to prove it.

Silver Vases

Big vases create an instant focal point. Collect them as you would works of art, experimenting with colors, sizes, shapes and materials—then display them proudly, with panache. Or joie de vivre. Or a bunch of umbrellas. Because large vases can be practical that way. And bold enough to stand out all alone. Floral will work. Floral will work, from peacock feathers to willow branches to fluffy pampas fronds. Or feel free to forget all the flowery details and just let vases shine on their own. Empty, yet filled with magic. One or two in a corner or near a hearth can make a big impact. And if you don’t use your fireplace? Vases or a single huge decorative platter look right at home there.

Great Places for Ceramic Vases

Ceramic

One of the attractions of big vases is that they’re so fun to fill. Any tall, dramatic bundle of reeds or decorative floral will work, from peacock feathers to willow branches to fluffy pampas fronds. Or feel free to forget all the flowery details and just let vases shine on their own. Empty, yet filled with magic. One or two in a corner or near a hearth can make a big impact. And if you don’t use your fireplace? Vases or a single huge decorative platter look right at home there.

Great Places for Mosiac Vases

Wicker

One of the attractions of big vases is that they’re so fun to fill. Any tall, dramatic bundle of reeds or decorative floral will work, from peacock feathers to willow branches to fluffy pampas fronds. Or feel free to forget all the flowery details and just let vases shine on their own. Empty, yet filled with magic. One or two in a corner or near a hearth can make a big impact. And if you don’t use your fireplace? Vases or a single huge decorative platter look right at home there. Still nervous? Start small. Look for one empty corner that needs a little extra something and fill it with a single floor vase. Or try a medium-to-large vase on a tall pedestal table. For larger spaces, a grouping of vases and decorative platters or bowls on a console table can be both simple and dramatic.

Mosaic

One of the attractions of big vases is that they’re so fun to fill. Any tall, dramatic bundle of reeds or decorative floral will work, from peacock feathers to willow branches to fluffy pampas fronds. Or feel free to forget all the flowery details and just let vases shine on their own. Empty, yet filled with magic. One or two in a corner or near a hearth can make a big impact. And if you don’t use your fireplace? Vases or a single huge decorative platter look right at home there. Still nervous? Start small. Look for one empty corner that needs a little extra something and fill it with a single floor vase. Or try a medium-to-large vase on a tall pedestal table. For larger spaces, a grouping of vases and decorative platters or bowls on a console table can be both simple and dramatic.

Great Places for Wicker Vases
Great Places for Mosiac Vases

Mosaic

One of the attractions of big vases is that they’re so fun to fill. Any tall, dramatic bundle of reeds or decorative floral will work, from peacock feathers to willow branches to fluffy pampas fronds. Or feel free to forget all the flowery details and just let vases shine on their own. Empty, yet filled with magic. One or two in a corner or near a hearth can make a big impact. And if you don’t use your fireplace? Vases or a single huge decorative platter look right at home there. Still nervous? Start small. Look for one empty corner that needs a little extra something and fill it with a single floor vase. Or try a medium-to-large vase on a tall pedestal table. For larger spaces, a grouping of vases and decorative platters or bowls on a console table can be both simple and dramatic.

Great Places for Wicker Vases

Wicker

One of the attractions of big vases is that they’re so fun to fill. Any tall, dramatic bundle of reeds or decorative floral will work, from peacock feathers to willow branches to fluffy pampas fronds. Or feel free to forget all the flowery details and just let vases shine on their own. Empty, yet filled with magic. One or two in a corner or near a hearth can make a big impact. And if you don’t use your fireplace? Vases or a single huge decorative platter look right at home there. Still nervous? Start small. Look for one empty corner that needs a little extra something and fill it with a single floor vase. Or try a medium-to-large vase on a tall pedestal table. For larger spaces, a grouping of vases and decorative platters or bowls on a console table can be both simple and dramatic.

Big Vases

One of the attractions of big vases is that they’re so fun to fill. Any tall, dramatic bundle of reeds or decorative floral will work, from peacock feathers to willow branches to fluffy pampas fronds. Or feel free to forget all the flowery details and just let vases shine on their own. Empty, yet filled with magic. One or two in a corner or near a hearth can make a big impact. And if you don’t use your fireplace? Vases or a single huge decorative platter look right at home there.