The flower shops are filled with daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, and irises. All long-lasting blooms with sturdy stems, perfect for simple table and foyer arrangements. My problem is always finding something in which to display these types of flowers. Enter a collection of vases perfect for the vintage modern home.
Lenox is the middle class version of Waterford. They’re just pricey enough to be valued, and come in a wide range of styles. These floral inspired vases are perfect for those that lean more towards the vintage or traditional side of decor.
Two similar vases in two very different price ranges. A simple vase to hold a half dozen tulips, and an orchid pot to hold longer stemy blooms like orchids, cherry blossom branches, and more. Frances Palmer is known for her museum quality pottery and is an amazing artist.
Orchard Pitcher Vase Collection, $89.95 at Crate and Barrel
Going even more modern, simple farmhouse style pitchers from Crate and Barrel. They would work perfectly with tulips stripped of all leaves.
And the most modern of the collection, birch vases designed by Michael Aram, who is known for his structural interpretations of nature.
Do you suffer from a vase shortage?