A bouquet is beautiful, but have you ever thought about brightening up your house with individual flowers? Each one of course in its very own miniature vase. Here are 10 ideas to get you started.
BACK TO NATURE
Only natural materials were used in this hand-blown vase (available here) such as copper, cork and glass. The vase, called Glasilium, is available in three sizes, from 9 cm.
Test tube flower
Design duo Van Tjalle and Jasper took inspiration for this tube vase from test tubes used in science labs. The result is a a vase set against mirrored glass, available in three colours.
Breath new life into plastic bottles with this paper sleeve from Octaevo. Slide it over a bottle and voilà! A vase is born.
Turn a flower into a work of art by hanging it on the wall. Use this beautiful unprocessed porcelain vase to do so.
PORCELAIN, COPPER AND CORK
This porcelain vase with copper and cork details does well on its own, and grouped together. Use different types of flowers to create a sweet gathering of blooms.
The recycled vases from Studio Harm and Elke are made from recycled porcelain and therefore vary slightly in colour. They would look beautiful with a single flower.
For those who don't want a real cactus in the house, these no-spike cactus vases by Serax are a solution. Charming both with and without flowers.
Add a colourful design feature to your wall with this POL wall vase, complete with single flower. Hang one by itself, or make a composition with several of these lovely vases.
DESIGN & ELEGANCE
This designer Stem vase by Menu is wonderful for the bedside table. Made of brass and dripping with elegance, it's a perfect place for a single flower.
Attach the holders into the wall, fill the flasks with water and add flowers to create your very own flower wall. These wall vases are sold as sets of 3.