Vases are not only receptacles for flowers you have grown, been given or bought for yourself. They also have an aesthetic purpose as well as a functional one, helping you beautify your home in an affordable way.
We have compiled a list of some unique flower vase designs that create a visual impact both with flowers and as a decorative item when not being used to hold blooms or greenery. Whether you purchase one for yourself or receive it as a gift in celebration of an event, these flower vases with unique shapes and materials will amaze and inspire you to the core.
These limited-edition blown glass vases by New York-based artist and designer Deborah Czeresko are a true work of art. They are cast in glass with hand-carved details. Each sneaker vase comes with a shoelace to complete the look.
Designed by Ukrainian designer Kateryna Sokolova for Bolia, the UNA vases are designed to fit all types of bouquets. The series comprises different shapes, sizes and heights of vases. The transformable design even allows using one vase in another vase.
Svoura flower vase
It is a 3D-printed flower vase designed by Mousarris Studio in the shape of a spinning top. The tilted flower vase on a coffee table will surely be a center of attraction.
Brutalism-inspired concrete vase
David Umemoto designed this concrete vase for Larose Paris. It aims to create a relationship between architectural perspective and sculptural art. The vase features geometric sections with unique textures that make it a modern architectural art piece.
The Fusion Vase by Ferreol Babin is characterized by its all-black look and metal pipes on the top. It is a stunning piece of functional art that seamlessly blends two distinct materials – stone and PVC.
Kaki flower vase
It is an extraordinary flower vase design that attaches to a window without obstructing the view. The Kaki flower vase is a translucent sheet with a bubble of water that creates the illusion of levitating flowers. Designed by TODO in Japan, the light, adhesive sheet of PVC that makes the vase can be removed and reapplied over and over again. The vase is available in clear, blue and brown. It is the perfect vase for those who have pets or young children at home since this vase can never fall over and break. You can buy it from Japan Trend Shop.
Sand vase by Yukihiro Kaneuchi
Japanese designer Yukihiro Kaneuchi has designed an original collection of sand vases that look like the sort of conical sand castles in the traditional Japanese game called Bou-Toshi. When at the beach, players create a heap of sand and place a branch in the center. The aim of the game is to take turns removing the sand, said to represent a divine spirit, without causing the branch to fall.
These vases look like different heaps of sand, some strong, others looking close to collapse. All have a unique sand and resin finish. The different shapes look good grouped together or by themselves.
Mondri vase by Frank Kerdil
Designed by Frank Kerdil from Denmark, this geometric vase is inspired by the famous Dutch artist Piet Mondrian, considered to be one of the founders of modern art with his paintings consisting primary colors, right angles and straight lines. Kerdil has created a 3D version of a Mondrian painting from acrylic, with the same geometrics and color palette. There are three sections to the vase, which can be turned to become three different vases. Buy it from MoMA Design Store.
Still Green vase
Designed by Yuko Tokuda, the Still Green vase features a distinctive shape. This is a fun and novel interpretation of the classic porcelain vase; it is in the same material and holds the same shape, but just the silhouette of a vase. This creates an interesting decorative item for your home when it displays a single bloom without interrupting the space around it. Buy it from NO.59 Studio.
Multifaceted driftwood vase
Made from a multifaceted wooden base crafted from driftwood, the flowers are held within a glass tube inserted in the wood, allowing you to display fresh as well as dried flowers. Kept in its natural state or with an oil and beeswax finish, each piece is unique, with clean lines perfect for those with elegant, modern home décor. You can buy it from Etsy.
Facade vase by orcadesign
orcadesign focuses on developing products in which designers consciously minimize the environmental impact of their designs. The Facade Vase is simple and inspiring. It uses recycled materials to create a cover for a plastic bottle so that it can be converted and reused as an aesthetically pleasing vase in three different styles. In this way, orcadesign has shown that reusing materials does not make a product less beautiful, but quite the opposite.
Fuji vase by Studio Toer
Named after Mount Fuji in Japan, this porcelain vase designed by Studio Toer is all about flowers. Just 7 cm tall, this conical vase has a steady base from which a flower can be supported to stand upright. With its internal support, the vase can easily hold a flower that is up to one meter tall. Made from porcelain, the vase is available in six colors. You can buy it from Luminaire.
A playful, charming and functional bud vase from Ricardo Saint-Clair is made from laminated plywood and features a chalkboard front with its own piece of chalk that tucks neatly into the side of the vase. The top of the vase has a removable glass tube for water and flowers and can be wall mounted. You can buy it from That Sweet Gift.
Floating vase by Taku Omura
Don’t want to have that old same type of transparent fiber vase? The Japanese company oodesign has exclusively designed a chic vase to add a natural appeal to your living space. Entirely crafted using fiberglass, the vase in the shape of ripples is an ideal pick to bring greenery indoors. The floating vase blends perfectly with the water and looks like a ripple on the surface of the water.
Hulahoop vase by Giopato & Coombes
Let your personality speak aloud about your lifestyle with this stylish Hulahoop vase by Giopato & Coombes. The classy vase is designed with the intention to give the visual appeal of a hula-hoop twirl. It comes with a set of dissimilar slates, which you have to stack up to make it look like a spiral vase. Each slate has a hole in the middle to put flowers and store water. The best thing about this vase is that it lets you reuse your empty wine bottles with the twirling base.
Get inspired by this pretty bulb vase by Paladim to create a lasting impression in your interiors. You can make this vase at home by upcycling your old, out-of-service bulbs. To make this beautiful flower vase, you need a bulb and a small square-shaped wooden piece that you will use as its base. The bulb can hold 100 ml water, which is good enough to let your flower thrive and stay fresh for days. You can buy it from Etsy.
Aluminum flower vase design by Yokohama Makers Village
This unique vase by Yokohama Makers Village is made from aluminum with pores to let your flowers get fresh air. Designed carefully with wire cutting technique, the flower vase with a pixelated top looks like a skyscraper. The silver-colored pixel vase is beautiful when decorated with bright, fresh flowers. This striking flower pot goes best with modern office spaces.
WIG ceramic vase by Tania Da Cruz
WIG vase is an exclusive creation in the shape of a head for modern interiors by Tania Da Cruz. This beautiful head sculpture-cum-flower vase is crafted using ceramic to turn your interior into an interesting space featuring a classic sculpture holding a bunch of beautiful flowers. You can place it under the staircase or lobby area to add a lively touch to your interior.
U-shaped glass flower vase design BY Jan Padrnos
Designed by Czech designer Jan Padrnos, this classic vase is made out of industrial glass in a U shape. Inspired by an improvised water level tool, the designer beautifully connected three U-shaped glass tubes together to form a beautiful and unusual vase. The U-shaped glass vase is a great element to embellish interiors with a transparent home décor theme. You can buy the curved glass vase at Amazon.
Whale-shaped flower vase by Alessandro Beda
Designed by Alessandro Beda, this two-piece whale-shaped flower vase can be a great element of interest for your interiors. When placed on a plane surface, the vase gives you the illusion of a whale floating on water holding a flower onto her head. The unique flower vase comes in either black or white color.
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