By . Centerpiece Vases. At Sunday, August 26th 2018, 09:31:09 AM.
Vases come in many styles, sizes, shapes and materials. This dictates how the container is to be used. For example, ceramic or pottery vases are great as planters for use inside and outside your home. A sparkly mosaic vase will decorate a table. A crystal vase will give a more formal look to a space.
A vase is definitely not a simple container where you hold your flowers. When exhibited properly, it will become a point of focus of your guests. It will emphasize beauty of your new coffee table, or take away attention from a little bit scratched walls. Vases can do the trick to make a statement about your uniqueness and individual style. They don't always need to carry flowers; use your imagination to utilize your vase in the most original way. It will definitely draw attention to and awareness of the vase as a key element in the room.
To achieve the best design results, match the style of vase with the style in the space you are going to place it in. A rustic terracotta planter would look out of place in a modern space filled with glass, mirrors and stainless steel. Similarly, a dainty crystal bud vase would look out of place on a large rough-hewn wood table. In addition, a stone vessel would work outside while a mirrored vase would not.