Favorite Flower Vessels

Fewer things spark more joy in a home than fresh blooms. Who’s with me?! They brighten up corners and nooks, and add additional color + texture to a space. But before stems, come the beautiful flower vessels you choose to put them in. So today I’m sharing a few of my favorite ways to display florals around your home, along with sources!

Gray Stoneware Pitcher with Floral Stems


Pitchers have become by go-to lately to display fresh blooms around the house. They’re the perfect size + shape for holding a hand-tied bouquet or a bushel of one kind of stem. Not to mention, the spout makes it easy to switch out fresh water every other day.

I have this Tory Burch pitcher on almost a weekly rotation. Pricey, but worth the cost-per-use in my opinion! Also love this Etsy one {available in multiple patterns}, these Petra Palumbo styles and this Blue + White beauty {under $40}.

Living Coral Tablescape | COLOR by K

Bud Vases

These petite flower vessels take make a big statement when clustered together. I love designing a tablescape with bud vases down the center, or sprinkled throughout with largest arrangements anchoring.

Some of my favorite retailers for bud vases include Terrain, CB2 and Anthropologie.

Cups/Water Glasses

May seem a bit unconventional, but I’ve always found water glasses make for a great flower vessel! Especially when you’re in a pinch, because we all have water glasses in the cupboard that can easily be turned into a vase.

My consistent go-to is Amanda Lindroth’s wrapped water glasses. I love the additional texture the rattan adds to the edge of a sink or tablescape.

Easter Tablescape | COLOR by K

Large Vases

A straightforward and classic option, you can never go wrong with large vases. Love using these as a main centerpiece for a round table, or on our breakfast nook table. And while these can sometimes be pretty simple, here are some fun colors + shapes to mix things up a bit.

Terracotta Pots for Flowers

Terracotta Pots + Planters

One of my favorite ways to display florals is in actual terracotta planters. It’s also a great way to repurpose and use your outdoor plants in the spring and summer months.

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