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In the dog days of summer, it's difficult to find comfort anywhere except right next to the air conditioning unit. If you can't bring yourself outdoors, then bring the outdoors in. Small planters and vases are abundant on the Marketplace; you're bound to find a little home for your greenery.
Based in Utah, An Artful Day makes beautiful stoneware pots out of the local red clay. These vessels ($35-$80) are perfect for housing air plants or low-maintenance succulents. Seller Amber in New York has quite a selection of vintage planters up for grabs. There are options for every budget on Marketplace from a white ceramic planter ($5) to tribal geometric bowl ($20) to a rare 1960's woman face planter ($125).
Pick up a few fresh cuttings at your local floral shop for this set of three antique glass bottles circa 1890. The embossed vessels pictured above ($72) make an interesting centerpiece each with their own story to tell. If that's too pricy, this anchor hocking blue vase is beautiful and only $25. Eleven glass bud vases ($50) come with an interlocking galvanized casing so you can create a unique centerpiece featuring your favorite blooms.