Updated April 23, 2020 by Samuel Moyle

The 10 Best Vases

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This wiki has been updated 4 times since it was first published in April of 2020. There’s a decent variety of raw building materials used to craft vases, from crystal and glass to clay and metal, and beyond. Whether you’re looking for a conversation piece that speaks for itself or something more simple that doesn’t take any attention away from flower arrangements, one of the carefully researched options here ought to be the perfect fit for your situation. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best vase on Amazon.

10. WH Farmhouse

9. Sunkey Double Ear

8. Creative Scents Dublin

7. Rivet Geometric

6. Marquis by Waterford Markham

5. Sullivans Ceramic Set

4. Rivet Modern

3. Sullivans Rustic

2. WGV International Hurricane

1. WGVI Centerpiece

Special Honors

Perigold If you're looking for a more expensive vase shopping experience that features well-known luxury brands, it might be worth your while to head over to this purveyor of high-end designs. They have thousands of vases to choose from that can be sorted by advanced search fields which include refined material and shape specifications. perigold.com

BloomsyBox While we all love fresh flowers brought together in breathtaking arrangements, regularly filling all the vases in a house with fresh bouquets can become quite the chore to keep up with. This website has both weekly and monthly flower delivery subscriptions to choose from that will cut back the amount of work it takes to keep your interior design scheme lively. bloomsybox.com

Editor's Notes

April 21, 2020:

While vases do make great homes for cut, live flowers and other stalky plants, there’s many other things you can place in them. While faux flowers are an obvious option, other items like incense sticks and cooking utensils aren’t out of the question as long as the vase you choose is up to the task. Meanwhile, some models such as the Rivet Modern, Sullivans Ceramic Set, and WGV International are attractive and interesting enough that they don’t necessarily need an occupant to fill whatever void you’re addressing. However, if you know you’d like to bring more plants, vases, or both into your home, but don’t know where to start, there are plenty of great books on interior design out there that might help you along. Since vases aren’t that expensive, and can last a lifetime if treated right, it might suit you to buy multiple models and try different things, or even switch up your interior from season to season or year to year.

While vases don’t pose many dangers, most are made from breakable materials, so be sure to place yours well away from ledges they might fall from, or high traffic areas where they might get accidentally knocked over. Similarly, depending on their design and the materials they are crafted from, some models run the risk of scratching furniture, so you might consider placing them on anything from doilies to drink coasters.

Finally, although you might think it goes without saying, just to be sure, please remember vases are not intended for drinking liquids from or storing any sort of food in, even if they appear similar to other cups and glasses.


Samuel Moyle
Last updated on April 23, 2020 by Samuel Moyle

Samuel Johnson Moyle is a writer residing in Portland, Oregon, with his artist wife and two jobless cats. In addition to researching for Ezvid Wiki, he assists students in Portland State University’s writing center, teaches college courses such as 222 Research Writing and 323 Writing as a Critical Inquiry, and does every front-of-house job imaginable at Portland’s most popular restaurant, where he has worked for over ten years. He earned his bachelor and TESOL certification at Portland State before heading to Tokyo to teach ESL and later returned to his alma mater to earn his master’s in English as a fully funded graduate assistant. His range of job and life experiences grant him expertise in categories including camping, outdoors, pets, furniture, and more.


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