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Our New Obsession: Colored Bottles as Vases

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Our New Obsession: Colored Bottles as Vases

April 1, 2013

Thumbing through the new spring catalog from Dutch housewares shop HK Living, we fell for watercolor-clear jugs and bottles grouped together as vases. Four colors, three sizes; that’s all you need to create an infinite number of vignettes on a tabletop:

Photograph via HK Living. Wide glass jugs with small throats are perfect for arranging tall branches or blooms. The small opening holds the arrangement in place as tightly as a rubber band. For pricing and availability, see HK Living.

Above: Bottle sizes range from 3 to 23 liters; colors include salmon, blue, green, and gray. Image via HK Living.

Looking for more vases? See some of our favorites at 10 Easy Pieces: Simple Glass Vases for Under $30.

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