Do you have a favorite vase…perfect for filling with fresh cut blooms?
I don’t really have one favorite. I really love using all sorts of vintage items as vases for flowers around the house.
Ironstone pitchers or bowls make pretty vases.
Even vintage baskets are a beautiful way to display fresh cut blooms right from the garden. You can place a small bowl of water inside, to keep the flowers moist.
Ironstone is definitely a favorite. Ironstone bowls, pitchers, and tureens make pretty centerpieces.
For one single bloom, like foxgloves, a small vintage bottle makes a gorgeous display when grouped together.
Vintage enamel pitchers are rather eye-catching too :) My enamel pitcher is usually full of fresh flowers this time of year.
Very soft and subtle, a glass French jam jar also makes a pretty vase.
Do you have a favorite vintage vase for flowers from your garden?
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