Decorating your room with flowers? Choosing the right kind of vase is just as important as the flower arrangement. When the two complement each other, they can make any corner of your home pop. Learn here how to choose the right vase for flowers.
1. Conical Vase for Hydrangeas
Tall flowers in a bunch look good in a conical vase. So if you want to decorate your room with a large shrub such as hydrangeas or large blooms with a bulky stem such as sunflowers then a conical vase is the right choice.
2. Classic urn for a Loose Mix
Make your own mixed bouquet with bright colour flowers and some foliage. Choose a distinct urn for them and place them on your kitchen table. Make sure the stems are evenly cut and lined before placing the flowers in the urn.
3. Cylinder Vase for Tulips
Showcase slender flowers like tulips in a tall cylinder vase. Just put 1 or 2 stems in it.
4. A Wide Vase for Herbs
Use a wide vase of any shape of your choice for indoor plants or to grow herbs in your kitchen. Make sure to keep it around room temperature so that the plants last longer.
5. Boat Vase for Petals
Lay out a flat, boat vase to display floating petals or tiny flowers by your bedside. You can also cut the stems of gerbera and daisies and fit them in the vase.
6. Contemporary Vase for Roses
Choose a modern, contemporary piece to showcase elegant stems of lillies and roses. Test tube vases are a very good choice for these flowers. Here’s another contemporary twist on a test tube vase that you will like.
7. Pitchers for Abundant Blooms
Bright yellow amaltas flowers are in season. Pick around 5-6 bunches and place them in a ceramic or glass pitcher. Abundant blooms of chrysanthemums and dahlias also look good in pitchers.
While buying a vase, make sure it is in right proportion and colour to the kind of flowers you like. You can also do some of these things to keep your vase clean and increase the life of freshly cut flowers.