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18 cool vases and planters that will spice up your life

From Brutalist-inspired planters to sweet bud vases to delicate glassware

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Broad-bottomed glass vase with wide mouth and brass stand for holding flowers.
Ikebana Vase, designed by Jaime Hayon for Fritz Hansen.
Design Within Reach

If your interiors are feeling drab, grab a succulent or a bouquet of flowers from your nearest supermarket and instantly freshen up a room. The greenery doesn’t have to be fancy—in fact, even a single bloom will do. With the right vessel, a simple palm frond displayed in a sculptural vase has the potential to transform any space.

Below are 18 picks that could easily stand their own—with or without plant life contained therein. From Brutalist-inspired planters to sweet bud vases to delicate glassware, these striking pieces are pruned for every taste and budget. Take a look.

BZippy Circle Top Vase, $240.
Chen and Kai Stacking Planter, $65-80.
Heath Ceramics Bulb Vase, $70.
Heath Ceramics Bud Vase, $25.
Tina Assorted Jug Vases, set of four, $149.
Speckled Planter Set, $34.99.
Case Study Large Cylinder Planter, $189.
Stilleben Edge Terracotta Planters, $59-165.
Eric Trine Tetrahedral Concrete Bowl, $40.
Eric Trine Octahedron Ring Planter, $55.
Spadone Home Rooftop Planter and Bookend, $125.
Spadone Home Exile High Rise, $475.
Group Partner Dark Squiggle Top, $65.
Group Partner Light Leaves Boy, $65.
Ikebana Vase, designed by Jaime Hayon for Fritz Hansen, $220.
Drop Vase, designed by Polka for J. & L. Lobmeyr, $250.
CB2 Kupa Lilac Vase, $19.95.
CB2 Hash Black and White vase, $19.95.