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Small or large, floor vases and table vases will accentuate that empty area you've been meaning to decorate. Living room corners, sparse foyers and bare tables can all benefit from the addition of a decorative vase.
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Your display space is just waiting for a stunning accent. Fill a blank corner with a series of floor vases, their varied heights or colors drawing attention to this overlooked area. Use large floor vases to offset groupings of furniture, or let table vases crown the center of any surface for a classical look. If you prefer a more contemporary style, arrange a table vase alongside a stack of books or a candleholder pair for balanced yet asymmetrical beauty.
However you choose to decorate, finding your ideal vase or even a collection of vases is easy. We offer table and floor vases in a variety of shapes and sizes. Small accent vases will embellish coffee tables, desks or even the tops of pianos. Medium table vases will serve as centerpieces for your console table or breakfast nook, while large table vases look grand between a high ceiling and a tall table. Finally, floor vases filled with birch branches or fountain grasses will have a presence all their own, bringing impact anywhere you place them.
If you have a theme to embellish or a favorite motif in mind, look no further. Our table and floor vases feature peacock, grape, wine, Southwest, coastal, abstract and butterfly designs. Accent vases shaped like pitchers, displaying grape clusters or scrolling vines, bring an indulgent touch to your vineyard decor.
Our table and floor vases are crafted from a variety of materials, whether ceramic, porcelain, glass or metal. Both decorative and useful, our functional vases are able to hold your artificial or real flowers. Last of all, complete your display with bowl or vase filler. Gleaming gems, shell shapes and lighted branches will provide interest to any arrangement, although you might just find your new vase to be positively striking displayed all on its own.