It’s no surprise that oversized; vintage patina vases are one of my favorite items for the home. Similar to art and sculpture they introduce a story and so much character into a space.
To find something special and unique browse online vintage stores like 1STDibs, Etsy or Vinterior as they have sellers from all over with a great range if product.
You can spend hours searching for the perfect vessel, it maybe height, colour or texture that’s keeping you from pressing ‘Buy Now’ and that’s ok, after all it’s your home. Enjoy the hunt, trust your eye and make the most of the search!
Before you fall down the rabbit hole, here are a few search words I use when searching online. Textures Vessel, Rustic Vase, Vintage Ceramic, French Vessel, and Turkish Jug usually produce some great results and once you click into the store similar items will be suggest and then you can really delve deep!
Round rustic planter
You can’t go wrong with something round, the spherical shape helps the flow of the room and adds visual interest to a space. The shape lends itself to both a minimal branch set up and a full bouquet of leaves so it’s a place to begin if you’re starting a collection.
An entrance hall calls for drama; after all first impressions are the most important. If you’re looking to go larger with the foliage you can keep the vessel easy and simple and offset with sculpture and additional shape and form.
A muted palette
White or dusty terracotta will work in most interior schemes, especially with a slight patina to the finish. Urns, jugs and oil pots are becoming ever more fashionable and enable an antique touch to enter the home in even the most modern of houses.