Do you have a favorite vase…perfect for filling with fresh cut blooms? I don’t really have one favorite. I really love using all sorts of vintage items as vases for flowers around the house. Ironstone pitchers or bowls make pretty vases. Even vintage baskets are a beautiful way to display fresh cut blooms right from the garden. You can place a small bowl of water inside, to keep the flowers moist. Ironstone is definitely a favorite. Ironstone bowls, pitchers, and tureens make pretty centerpieces. For one single bloom, like foxgloves, a small vintage bottle makes a gorgeous display when grouped together. Vintage enamel pitchers are rather eye-catching too 🙂 My enamel pitcher is usually full of fresh flowers this time of year. Very soft and subtle, a glass French jam jar also makes a pretty vase. Do you have a favorite vintage vase for flowers from your garden? I want to say a quick THANK YOU for supporting me in the opening of MY ONLINE SHOP! I’m overwhelmed by the sweet shoppers I’ve already had. You can see THE SHOP HERE, and take advantage of FREE shipping for a few more days 🙂 Have a lovely week friends!! Blessings
Lovely !,!,…enjoy summer love Ria,….x!
Oh Becky, once again a totally different atmosphere, you create in comparism to the last post. Both gorgeous 🙂
I LIVE your ironstone… well, that thing, in wich these white flowers are – I don´t know the word…. My flowers ONLY live in antique containers, my favorite is a tureen from 1900 and a huge zinc jug with that tattered look.
I love you blog, everytime I see, there is a new post of yours, I am happy and noooosey 🙂 Happy greetings, Méa
Hey, very nice site. I came across this on Google, and I am stoked that I did. I will definitely be coming back here more often. Wish I could add to the conversation and bring a bit more to the table, but am just taking in as much info as I can at the moment. Thanks for sharing.