Blooming lovely: 10 best flower vases

Pair one or more of these vases with some spring flowers to brighten up a room - even when the sun’s not coming out to play

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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Verdict:

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.

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1. Assorted Recycled Glass Vases, £5 each

2. Emma Bridgewater Zinnias Porter Vase, £39.95

3. Dartington Willow Small Vast Amethyst, £45

4. Linea Stripe Ceramic Jug, £30

5. Henry’s Future Coloured Glass Bottles, From £20

6. George Home White Clara Vase, £10

7. Urn Blue Splatter Effect Ceramic Vase, £30

8. Marks & Spencer Tribal Line Vase, £15

9. LSA Table Arrangement Vase, £16

10. Ashley Thomas White Painted Vase, £30

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