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Large Glass Vases - What could I put in them?

Bunnysmith's picture

Hi everyone,This is my first time on this site so I hope my question is appropriate. I have acquired two large glass vases (see through and want to put something in them other than flowers! They are very big, any suggestions? I have bought 200 multicoloured glass pebbles, but they don't even fill one of them half way, so want ideas on what I could put in the rest of the vase/ what I can put in the other? Thanks :)P.s (the glass vases are to go in the living room as decoration)

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paulajackson's picture

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Jay Mari's picture
Jay Mari

Vases are very interesting in the living room that will give a good ambiance in the space.

peppersummers's picture

Hi, The link you gave is 404..Anyway, sand, pebbles are great.

ChalmersAbrams's picture

Glass vessels can increase beauty of decoration of your house. You can put any thing in them like small sparkling thing, which will surly look pretty in it.

dytecture's picture

Some small items such as pebbles, sand, or marbles might be neat.

Mady John's picture
Mady John

Which vase on the linked page are you referring to?

spersaud's picture

Welcome to the forums, Bunnysmith!

Not sure which vase you're referring to — is it coloured or clear? Does it have a unique shape? If it's coloured or has a unique shape I think you could even leave them empty.

Depending on the shape, and if you're into the nautical look, various ropes and cords can make for a cottage-chic look: . Holding similar items in each creates continuity. Like these sea shells and beach rocks:

I realize your vases probably don't have lids, but this blog post might inspire you, too:

Good luck! Let us know what you decide on including. Anyone else have ideas?

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