Yes…we’re being optimistic that spring is on its way.

1. Cool Collection

West Elm’s mismatched Enamel vases ($49 each) will lend a touch of Scandi-style to your tabletop; their quirky shapes and fun colours look best when clustered together.

2. Force of Nature

Terracotta and earthenware planters from the Vessel Series (from $60 each) by Barter Design Co. (pictured here in designer Angela Robinson’s Vancouver condo) are left unglazed for a raw, natural look and feel.

3. Right Angle

Ferm Living’s Hexagon Brass vase ($90), with its flat edges and matte polish, will easily complement fresh blooms—and lend a subtle touch of glam to your space.

4. Full Bloom

The extra-large Begärlig vase (far right, $19) will easily hold a full bouquet, but it looks great with a minimal display of stems and buds, too.

5. Opposites Attract

Menu’s Willman Vase ($140), made from separate glass and concrete pieces, is as delicate as it is strong.

6. New Wave

We featured the retro-chic Iittala Alvar Aalto vases (prices vary) in our 2017 trend report; now, with the release of two new colours—Moss Green and Aqua—we have an excuse to add a few more to our collection.

7. Dual Purpose

Sure…Crate and Barrel’s Wood Marble wine cooler ($60) is technically supposed to keep your vino at the perfect temp—but flowers look good in it, too.

8. Colour Coordinate

Fresh blooms are usually good for adding a pop of colour to neutral interiors, but with Ai Iridescent bud vase ($19), you can focus on more subtle greenery.

9. Cast Away

Each Phil Cuttance-designed Faceture Straight Short vase ($169) is cast into a handmade mould and then manually manipulated to become a unique vessel.

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