Decorating with Aqua Vases

Hey friends!

We just got back last night from a 9 day vacation to Georgia and Nashville!  I will get my pictures and videos together and share them with you in my next post, but for now, let’s talk about glass vases!

I am totally crushing on aqua morph vases.  I would love to get some for my entry way like these…



These vases are so fresh and give a wonderful farmhouse feel to whatever room they are in!


They make beautiful centerpieces on coffee tables or kitchen islands. 



And they are fun to fill with seasonal flowers all year round!



Look at these beautiful pink blooms in vase below!  And can we give a shout out to the stunning copper pendants while we’re at it?



I think I love these types of vases too, because they remind me of the aqua mason jars that I love so much!



Do you have any aqua glass vases in your own home?

I found some for you online, but these babies ain’t cheap! :)  However, they are a definite statement piece that would look great in any room of your home!

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  1. I am always encouraged by your posts! Love these vases so much. Have you heard anything from la-z-boy about winning the $10,000? Just curious.

  2. I LOVE aqua mason jars! I have been collecting them for a while. I have some from our family and some I’ve picked up at flea markets. I use some for different things, but mainly just display, because I think they are beautiful. I grew up watching and helping my sweet Grandma with canning. I love the vases you’ve shown. Think I may have to be on the lookout for some. Thank you for sharing yet another great idea. Can’t wait to see the pictures of your vacation and Jonathan’s Nashville adventure! You are and have always been such an inspiration to me! God Bless!

  3. I love the bottles and have several Ball jars in similar colors. I recently saw where you can mix food coloring with white glue and pour inside a clear jar rolling and moving so it covers the entire inside then tipping upside down so any extra will run out. When it’s dry it looks like these. Some looked more like seaglass but I lov that too.

  4. While mine is not aqua, I recently scored a 22 inch high blown glass demijohn bottle at Goodwill
    for, wait for it, $12.00. Someone had stuck a “bouquet” of cheap plastic flowers in the top. I nearly
    died when I saw it, I’ve seen them for well over $200 online.

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