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How to Use Vases to Enhance the Home

3 November 2010 1,193 views No Comment

If you are looking to spend very little money on updating the home, vases can be a great accessory. A vase draws your attention and it can be used in a number of ways. Many people see them as simply a place to store flowers. However you can also use them on their own to give a unique feature in a room.

If you invest in cheap vases you can always personalize them yourself to make them look more expensive. If the vase is clear for example you could add colored rocks inside it to give a modern style. Or you could use a bow to tie around the middle of the vase. If the vase is quite wide at the top then you may also want to consider floating candles. You can fill the vase up with water and then add a couple (or just one) floating candles.

These are just some of the ideas that you can use to make a cost effective feature in the room.

Choosing a Vase for Your Home

You will find that there are many different types of vases available on the market. Some will look sophisticated, while others will have a more modern and unique style. American Home Plus has some great vases available to choose from.

If you are looking for a vase that has a slight antique style then the Wedgwood Bountiful Vase could be just what you need. It comes in four different colors and it would look particularly good in the hallway or the living room.

When you are looking for a clear glass vase that could potentially hold floating candles then the Monique Lhuillier Atelier Low Vase would be a good choice.

Take your time when searching for the best vases to suit your home. There are so many available to choose from and at American Home Plus they come at really affordable prices.

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