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10 Easy Pieces: Wall Vases

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10 Easy Pieces: Wall Vases

February 26, 2013

Is there anything better than an instant and inexpensive design fix? A wall vase is an easy way to add a touch of green to bare walls or give life to a small space.

With the initial investment of the vase (some priced as low as $3 each), you can continue to switch out your flora (cut from the garden or picked up at the florist) year-round. Here are ten of our favorite wall vases:

Above: The Glass Wall Bubble Vase is a classic shape with a small hole on the back for hanging on the wall; $19 from Urban Outfitters. Photograph by Sarah Winward of Honey of a Thousand Flowers.

Above: CB2’s Wall Mounted Teardrop Vase is a hand blown borosilicate (beaker glass) vase for $4.95 each.

Above: Made in Portugal, the Wall Vase measures 11 inches tall and 9 inches wide; €12.80 each from Otchipotchi. Read more about ceramicist Paula Valentim in our post: Otchipotchi Porcelain Vases from Portugal.

Above: The envelope-shaped HomArt Glass Wall Pocket measures about 4 inches wide and 9 inches high; $19 from Amazon.

Above: The glass Wall Pocket is meant to hang on a nail or from a string; $25 from The New General Store.

Above: Made by Pigeon Toe Ceramics, the Hanging Test Tube Vase is cast in porcelain with an unglazed exterior and interior in clear gloss. The vase hangs 12 inches from a leather cord (the cord is available in six color choices) for $38 each.

Above: The Hanging Wall Cup can be hung from a single nail and measures 3- by 5-inches for $11 from Sprout Home.

Above: Made by Tokyo-based German designer Jurgen Lehl, the Hanging Vase, hangs against the wall from a rope made from the bark of the Japanese lime tree; $120 each (9,500 Yen) from Analogue Life. Read more about the vases in our post: Hanging Vases from Jurgen Lehl.

Above: The Beaker Glass Tube Wall Vase is 8 inches high and 1.5 inches in diameter; $2.95 from CB2.

Above: Flora Grubb’s Wall Bubble Vases feature a small hole on the backside for hanging. The medium size vase (6 inches in diameter) is $26; also available are sizes small (5 inches) and large (7 inches).

Looking for tabletop vases? See our recent posts: 10 Easy Pieces: Simple Glass Vases Under $30 and 10 Easy Pieces: Single-Stem Bud Vases. For ideas on arrangements and different flower types, sift through all 140 Flora posts in our archive.

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