The latest Anthropologie vases have just dropped – I think they are perfect for spring blooms

If you’re looking for some of the best new vases to update your tablescape this spring and summer, I’ve found some beautiful options at Anthropologie

Anthropologie vases
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I absolutely love a good floral arrangement, and in the spring season, I make sure to always have a pretty bouquet of flowers displayed on my table. This is especially the case when I’m entertaining, because I really want to make sure my tablescape is inviting, warm, and friendly for my guests. Since we’re all up to speed on floral trends  I’m ready to start incorporating them.

While perusing my favorite home decor stores in lieu of spring, I realized that the best vases I’ve found so far are at Anthropologie. Seriously, there are small budget-friendly options, large ceramic ones, and even a pretty brass look that epitomizes royalty. Peruse the best flower delivery services available right now and stock up on a few vases for display. 

While not everything is a knockout there are a few options that are worth considering, so I made my way through all the latest vases to pick out the very best.

New Anthropologie vases 2024

Vases FAQ

How do you determine the best size vase for your bouquet?

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The best size for your vase depends on your flower arrangement, but a rule of thumb for traditional arrangements is that the length of the flower stems should be no more than one and a half to two times the height of a vase. So for example, if you're buying flowers that have 20-inch stems, you need a vase that's 10 to 13 inches high at the most.

Nikhita Mahtani
Style Editor

Nikhita is the Style Editor for Homes & Gardens, making sure our home-savvy readers are always aware of the latest trends and deepening their knowledge of classic design. Nikhita graduated with her Master of Arts in Magazine Journalism from New York University, and has spent a decade in interior design and shopping roles at shelter publications ELLE DECOR and Domino Magazine.