- “Tangelo” by Habitat. £25
The vibrant and vivacious orange bubble glass. Full of shine and packs a punch with this rich and raunchy deep orange hue.
- Black & Brass Large Globe Lamp via Amara. £86
Delicate and round but certainly not lacking any drama. I love this vase, it looks great in the home with or without flowers.
- Set of 2 – Recycled bud vases by Cox & Cox. £16.50
Rustic but refined – these hand crafted glass teardrop vases are a beautiful balance between shabby chic and polished perfection.
- Alfredo Glass vase by Georg Jensen at Amara. £140
Gorgeously green – fabulously organic shape. This unique shaped glass vase is amazing. There is something retro and glamourous about it, whilst also being very cool and creative.
- “Chequer” by Habitat. £20
Monochrome magic by Habitat. This black and white glass vase is mouth-blown and full of charm. The overall shape is a little bit unusual and is almost like a flattened oval. Something a bit quirky and adds a lot of personality to a room.
- Tall fluted glass vase by Kelly Hoppen. £35
A stunning smokey glass vase with a unique and interesting shape. Hand blown in Poland, oozes style and quality and would look great on any table, shelf or mantelpiece.
- Jewel vase by the Scandinavian Design Centre. £35
Another beautiful mouth-blown glass vase. This one is more angular and has facetted corners like a gemstone. A jewel in the crown of anyone’s room.
- Bud Vase – Lightbulb via Etsy. £8.24
Upcycled and handmade – beautiful styling made easy by users on Etsy who create all of their items by hand. Natural materials in a new and exciting way. Repurposing old lightbulbs into pretty little vases – wonderful.
- Large Sauvignon Blanc Wine Bottle Glass Vase by French Connection. £10.50
A wine bottle transformed into a glass bottle vase! Yes please. Vintage styling combines with this shabby chic style to create an authentic and charming vase.
So there you have it, a quick run down of 9 gorgeous glass vases which would compliment any interior space. Creative, quirky and earthy.
Which is your favourite?