On Trend: Oversized Vases Filled with Beautiful Blooms & Branches

On Trend: Oversized Vases Filled with Beautiful Blooms & Branches

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Nancy Mitchell
Mar 22, 2016
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When decorating your home it can sometimes be fun to play with scale a little bit. That's why I'm especially excited about a new trend I'm seeing more and more of: oversized vases. Giant flower arrangements (in giant vases) are more than just pretty accents: they can change the feel of an entire room.

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An oversized vase filled with ranunculus rests on a chair in an interior by stylist Lina Ostling.

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An oversized flower arrangement in a space from House & Garden.

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This treatment doesn't just work with flowers: you can also make a big statement with tree branches and other assorted greenery, as seen on Emmas Designblogg.

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This space from Dustjacket Attic features an explosion of branches that resembles a small tree.

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A cut branch in a vase can be just as dramatic as a floral arrangement (and much, much larger). Spotted on SF Girl by Bay.

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Truly huge leaves, and a truly huge vase, create a big, big imact in this bedroom by Tamara Magel.

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Magnolias look especially nice in a larger-than-usual vase, as in this interior by Emily Henderson.

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If you want to be really daring, try placing an oversized vase on the floor (as seen on Design Sponge).

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Here's another floor vase example from The Style Files.

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This example, from Susan's San Francisco home, might be my favorite: with all those lovely green things, being inside is almost as good as being out.

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