Shopper's Guide: Where to Buy Really, Really Big Vases

Shopper's Guide: Where to Buy Really, Really Big Vases

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Nancy Mitchell
Apr 5, 2016
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Recently I wrote about a big, beautiful new trend for the home: blooms and branches displayed in big, oversized vases. Many of you loved the look, but wanted to know: where does one find a vase this big? So I've rounded up a few options.

A few things I was looking for: vases made of clear glass (minimal, works with any decor, shows off flowers well), and that measured 12 inches or more in at least one dimension. Some of these have such interesting shapes that they would also look great displayed around the home, even without flowers. Some of them have oversized price tags to go with their oversized dimensions: if these are out of your range, give your local thrift store or antique shop a try.

Above: Recycled glass demi john vase, £35.00 from Cox & Cox

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Vintage Hungarian storage jar, medium, $118 from Terrain. (Also available in large.)

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LGA international loft vase, $93 from Amara

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Cylindrical glass vase, $50.95 from Wayfair

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5 Gallon glass carboy, $29.95 from Homebrew Supply. (This is the budget option, and just as nice as some of the more expensive choices. Plus if you get tired of flowers you can use it to brew beer.)

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Round glass jar with wood lid, $119.99 from Target.

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Vintage Hungarian mason jars, starting at $64 from Restoration Hardware

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Cylinder vase, $49.95 from Crate & Barrel

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Clear glass Poseidon vase, $147 from Belle & June

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LSA international chimney vase, $107 from Amara

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Boccioni recycled glass jug, $138.99 from Wayfair.

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