The weather doesn't need to be playing ball to bring some spring colour into your home.
All these vases look great filled with seasonal blooms, whether it's a single stem or a generous bunch. From John Lewis's recycled slim glass vases to Linea's Stripe Ceramic Jug, we're confident there's something that will work in any room.
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10 best flower vases
10 best flower vases
1/9 Assorted Recycled Glass Vases
Available in an array of colours, these slim vases in a simple design can hold a few slender stems each. Environmentally-friendly, they look lovely grouped together and they’re a bit of a bargain. Why not pick up a few? £5 each, johnlewis.com
2/9 Emma Bridgewater Zinnias Porter Vase
Who said a vase needs to be filled? This eye-catching jug, a new addition to Emma Bridgewater’s popular Zinnias range, looks good on its own. If you do opt for flowers, it’s a lovely one to showcase a few individual blooms. £39.95, emmabridgewater.co.uk
3/9 Dartington Willow Small Vast Amethyst
The dip dye effect isn’t relegated to the festival field. This elegant glass vase has been blown by experienced Dartington Crystal designer Hilary Green. Made with 24 per cent crystal, the fading finish makes for a stylish piece. £45, heals.co.uk
4/9 Linea Stripe Ceramic Jug
One for a farmhouse kitchen or bathroom, this rustic-looking jug with creamy blue stripes works on its own – decoratively or for pouring the milk – or filled with some colourful flowers. There’s also a vase in the range if you feel like treating yourself to both. £30, houseoffraser.co.uk
5/9 Henry’s Future Coloured Glass Bottles
In fresh blue or jade green, these recycled glass bottle vases come in two shapes; an elegant vintage-looking 30cm version, or a curvier, shorter designer. Beautiful with delicate sprigs of pink blossom. From £20, notonthehighstreet.com
6/9 George Home White Clara Vase
Asda’s George Home range has been hugely expanded and there are some great-value pieces that will make you look twice at the price tag. This roomy vase, with a muted monochrome and peach floral pattern, is one example. It’s a nice option for anyone doing Mother’s Day on a budget. £10, direct.asda.com
7/9 Urn Blue Splatter Effect Ceramic Vase
Made from natural stoneware, the abstract design from Habitat’s new range is subtly different. Each vase is handcrafted so the splatter is unique on every one. The blue-green hue will set off a large bunch of daffodils nicely, we reckon. £30, habitat.co.uk
8/9 LSA Table Arrangement Vase
As the sun makes an appearance, thoughts on the IndyBest desk are turning to summer parties. Fill this vase, specially designed for table arrangements, with cut flowers and foliage to add decoration to your table. This one makes a nice wedding present too. £16, occa-home.co.uk
9/9 Ashley Thomas White Painted Vase
Ladybirds, bumble bees and flowers adorn this hand-painted metallic vase from Ashley Thomas’ At Home range. We think it would look great in a child’s bedroom, or add a bit of fun to a kitchen table. Ideal for a Mother’s Day gift. £30, debenhams.com
George Home's Clara vase is a good-value option if you're looking for a traditional-shaped piece that will hold a decent-sized bunch. LSA's Table Arrangement is ideal for a celebration where flowers are part of the decoration and Emma Bridgewater fans will love the latest addition to her Zinnias range.