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6 vases that can look great without flowers!

Not skilled at floral arrangement? Let quirky vases bring personality to the space instead! We spotlight 6 vases that are strange yet beautiful.

 

 

Made for displaying individual flower stocks, this looped laboratory-esque tube with clear glass vessels allows the entire stem to be displayed elegantly.

Pic-nic Hanging Vase, $9.97, from Crate and Barrel.

 

Another configuration that features a tube, this peculiar vase has a tilted body and a swirly ribbon-inspired aluminium base. While it may look flimsy, its potential as a centrepiece for a table setting couldn't be more solid.

Sculpture Vase, $198.52, from Steel Ribbons.

 

This anatomical piece may give some the eerie vibes, but its metallic finish and ornamental base makes it a work of art perfect for baroque-style homes.

Anatomical Heart Vase (Pewter Finish), $112.49, from Dellamorteco.

 

Afraid of going too far off the grid? This minimal vase with a transparent base and mirrored lid is different without shouting out for too much attention. 

Narciso Mirror Vase, price available upon request, from Grafunkt.

 

Go for something more organic and refined with this pastel-hued flask vase, whose streamlined features bring out a minimalist elegance. The tiny, off-centre mouth also lends quirk to this accessory.  

Flask Vases, $12.99 to $19.99, from CB2.

 

A sculptural vase with an antique-like quality like this looks spectacular whether filled or empty, making it a simple way to add character to a lonely shelf or table.

Horse Head Vase, $37.06, from Last Century.

 

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