If your vases are not yet on display in your home, they are likely stowed in a closet and will only see the light of day on special occasions. Let’s change that! Show your vases in your fixtures and open shelves all year round. Vases bring height, shape, texture and color into your styling arrangement and serve as a work of art with their unique silhouettes. Simple, clear vases can be displayed with greater interest by grouping them as a collection or pairing them next to a more daring item. Because vases can vary in their properties so much, several vases can be used in an arrangement without repeating themselves.
Vases do not even have to be filled to be included on a shelf display. In fact, vases that are close to the height of the shelves should be left empty just because there isn’t enough free space at the top for something to pop out of the top. We like to give vases some “space to breathe” by leaving a few centimeters of empty space between the vase opening and the shelf above.
If you’re hoping to fill the vases on your shelves, there are a few thoughts to keep in mind. Fresh flowers are beautiful, but they don’t last forever. If weekly replacement of the flowers is not practical for you, opt for an artificial or dried bouquet. Branches and sticks can increase the height even without caring for flowers. Clear vases can be filled with a variety of items that do not necessarily protrude upwards, e.g. For example, a collection of stones, wooden spools, or marbles (depending on the style you want to achieve).
BONUS TIP: Recycle your empty glass drinking bottles as vases by removing the labels and displaying them as home decor. Cola bottles make a vintage statement!
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