Whether you use them to hold flowers or as standalone statement pieces, metal vases can add an industrial, rustic or refined touch to any room. Use these decorative vases as accents throughout your home.
Metal Vase Styles
Decorative metal vases come in a variety of finishes and styles. When selecting vases, consider the following options:
● Copper or Gold Vases. Use metals to warm up a space. The gilded tones of copper and gold metal vases work well in homes with Midcentury Modern decor. Metallic vases fit in in formal and relaxed settings alike. For a more glamorous look, go for added texture. The distinguished style of hammered metal vases make for an eye-catching centerpiece display.
● Galvanized Metal Vases. Achieve a rustic farmhouse look, indoors or out, with vases in this muted and brushed finish. Galvanized metal also provides an understated yet industrial vibe well-suited to kitchens and outdoor patios. Fill them with tall branches or seagrass to complete the look.
● Antique Metal Vases. Finish your vintage look with an antique-style option. Weathered bronze provides old-fashioned appeal in more rustic design schemes.
Vases don’t need flowers to be worthy of display. Fill them with branches or silk blooms, or leave them empty as statement pieces. Mix and match metal vases with other materials, like ceramic vases or wood vases, for an eclectic look.
Choosing a Size and Shape
Choose a variety of sizes and heights to add visual interest to any room. Place them on mantels, dining tables and bookshelves. Use thin, tall metal vases to flank a fireplace or a front door, or use a large metal floor vase to adorn an entryway or fill an empty corner. Add metal wall vases to a gallery wall for increased visual interest. Delicate bud vases work nicely as dainty accents in bathrooms or on living room end tables.