Decorative vases are one of those indispensable elements that every home deserves to have one. Traditional in interior decoration, vases can come into the environment in different shapes and in various shapes, materials, colors and sizes. The fact is that there will always be a vase that fits perfectly with your decorating proposal. But that’s where the problem lies. The simple decision to choose a vase becomes extremely complicated in the face of so many possibilities. And the question that remains is how to choose the ideal decorative vase? Today’s post will answer this question with tips and suggestions on how to use it in many different environments. In this post we will see more about it and you can learn how to make a beautiful Audrey Dress.
Explore this subject with us: It is important to know that decorative vases are not only meant to house plants and flowers, although this is the most traditional use. Historically, vases have been present in interior decoration since ancient Greece. From the seventeenth century they were used inside the great halls, were great to decorate and give that touch to the environment. And nowadays, as you well know, decorative vases are everywhere exuding charm and elegance.
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But after all what to put inside a decorative vase? It will all depend on the vase model you choose. Some may receive only a few flowers or cut leaves, others can already house larger arrangements, while others may simply remain empty, which also has no problem. Check out the topics below for the best tips for choosing the vase depending on the intended use of it, whether decorating a bedroom, living room or even a salon:
Size and aspect ratio
The size of the vase is very important both from the aesthetic point of view and from the functional point of view of the object, in case it houses a plant. If you intend to leave the decorative vase empty then its size should be environmentally friendly so that it is proportional to the space. In short: large room holds large vessels, while small environments become more harmonious with small vessels.
Usually empty vases are used on sideboards, racks and coffee tables, but depending on the model it is still possible to place it on the floor. It is possible to form a set of three vessels, for example, and keep them grouped in the same space. If you intend to use a vase with cut flowers, it needs to be consistent in size with the environment and the flowers inside, so take the right measurements. Very large flowers or large arrangements ask for pots in the same proportion and vice versa.
Finally, if you intend to use a decorative pot for planting some species you need to pay attention to the space needed for plant development. Don’t even think about putting a large plant in a small pot as it will have affected growth. Already small plants in large pots become aesthetically disharmonious. Remember that plants are always the protagonists and not the pot, so the tip here is: first choose the plant and then choose the pot. Now that you know all this, start decorating !!
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