Ideas to Fill a Tall Glass Vase

Decorating with tall glass vases will infuse your home with elegance. Glass  vases are versatile and can be filled with everything from flowers to ornamental  grasses to household items. Use the vase to display a colorful flower  arrangement or get creative by filling it with unexpected items.

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Unconventional Uses

  • Tall glass vases aren’t just for flowers. If you have a few extra vases and  don’t want to spend money on fresh flowers, use them to store household items  for a fresh, unconventional look.  Make use of the vases throughout the year  rather than just during spring and summer months, when your flower garden is in  bloom. In the bathroom, use a tall clear glass vase to store rolls of toilet  paper, end-to-end, for a modern look. As another idea, roll a few colorful  towels length-wise and place them into the vase. You can also use the vase to  hold and display a large collection of large seashells or polished  stones.

Flower Arrangement

    • Use a tall glass vase to show off a bold flower arrangement. Make the most of  the eye-catching bouquet as a holiday dinner party table centerpiece or to liven  up a living room coffee table. To design a creative arrangement, fill the bottom  of the vase with decorative items. Use pink or yellow glass gemstones for a  spring-inspired look, or seashells to create a beach vibe. Complete the springy  look by filling the vase with long stems of yellow irises, pink daisies and  white and orange calla lilies. To add even more vibrancy to the look, add round  lime or lemon slices to the vase. Complete a seashell-enhanced vase with exotic  birds-of-paradise stems and tropical leaf accents.


Holiday Display

  • Transform a plain tall glass vase into a festive holiday display using a few  craft and decorative items. Showcase the piece on a dinner table or use it to  fill in an empty corner. Design a winter wonderland-inspired display by  spray-painting tall Manzanita tree branches silver or iridescent white. Fill the  bottom of the clear vase with clear or silver glass gemstones and nestle the  bottom of the branches into them for a secure fit. Drape strings of pearls over  the branches and hang mini icicle-inspired ornaments. To create a spooky  Halloween display, fill the bottom of the vase with candy corn and spray paint  the branches black. Hang mini black bat, ghost, spider, skull, witch and  pumpkin-shaped ornaments on the branches to complete the  look.


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