Where to find the best selection of vases and planters
We are still in winter mode here in WA state but I’m starting to see bulbs come up and the days are getting longer. In the early morning or late afternoon we are hearing frogs call. That’s a sign of what’s coming! Until then I’m slowly adding potted plants to corners of the house and adding market flowers to vases when I can find then. This really helps get through the stark winter months!
Today I’m sharing where to find the best planter and vase collection. Most of these planters can be used for real plants, just one or two are for faux only. Planters and vases filled with dried or fresh flowers and plants instantly make any space more cozy and adds texture to the room.
Ancient Clay Pot : This handmade clay pot was made in the 20’s! Use as a vase for flowers or an interior decor item. I have a couple pieces similar to this (along with other vintage finds) in my family room and love the earthy color.
Bergs Scalloped Pot: I have a couple of these and like them so much! The scallop-edged is inspired by a nineteenth century style made in Italy. They are all so pretty and incredible quality. Terracotta clay is frost resistant so these pots can be used both in and outdoors. Beautiful natural patina develops over time.
Copper Potting Container: If you like cottage, farmhouse decor, this is a must! Never goes out of style and its so fun to collect pieces over time.
You’ll see this jar over and over again in my home styled in different ways. For the holidays, use stones on the bottom and add seasonal faux greenery. In the spring add budding branches, and in the summer, put a big bouquet of flowers inside!
Fill with foraged branches and fresh greenery or create a smaller arrangement featuring single stems. Use a Stone Frog for support.
Birch White Rose Bowl: The curvaceous Rose Bowl is on the wheel by potter Bob Dinetz. This simple stoneware form is glazed Birch White, a combination of satin white glaze on iron rich clay. Stoneware is non-porous, making it ideal for functional dinnerware, pots, and vases.
Emilia Vase: How cozy is this gorgeous terracotta vase?! Finished by hand with multiple layers of cream, gray, and latte to capture the look found with actual antique pieces. A variety of sizes are available.
Vintage Stone Pot :Beautiful vintage European clay pots in black,gray, and tan tones… just lovely and a true statement pieces.
Aged Iron Pedestal: I have something similar to this and use it to show seasonal items. The copper pot has the prettiest brass handles and I like the green verdigris finish. This is also an in/outdoor piece.
Antique Clay Pot : I love these rare double clay pots from the 1900’s! They are the perfect vintage addition to your home interior – rustic and farmhouse style.
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Thank you for visiting and I hope these fun finds have you feeling just a little excited about springtime!