14 Beautiful Vessels for Natural Objects

Flowers and other natural elements will shine in these apothecary jars, bowls and vases.

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Country Chic

Succulents fit perfectly in these cute jug vases from Magnolia Market, a shop in Waco, Texas, owned by Chip and Joanna Gaines of HGTV's Fixer Upper.

Rustic Style

For a splurge, the Thoro Clear Glass Bowl is over $200, with a deep glass vessel on a wood base.

Coil Rope Bowl

Some DIYers are creating coiled rope bowls, but we have fallen for this beautiful bowl made of thick, fiborous rope that is knotted and cast in gold. Sold on sites such as WaitingonMartha.com

Glass Terrarium

It has a quirky name, but the "Grazed and Confused" terrarium is adorable. The jar comes filled, made by Twig Terrariums, and available on sites such as Wayfair.com.

Facet Vases

The geometric lines and the shape of these gold and white facet vases make them intriguing objects. From the Nate Berkus line at Target.

In a Fix

Frill-free glass jars can be grouped together to make an attractive tabletop display. These jars, ranging from 5 1/4 tall to 10 1/2 tall, are from HGTV Fixer Upper host Chip and Joanna Gaines' store, Magnolia Market, in Waco, Texas.

Artistic Effect

The Harry Allen Gold Brush Vase can bring an artful touch to fresh flowers or other natural objects. It includes a glass insert for holding water. Sold at WaitingonMartha.com.

Jar Trio

Create a vignette of apothecary jars by choosing ones with different shapes, sizes and top spheres. Interior designer Gabriela Eisenhart selected these HomeGoods jars for her Atlanta home.

Blenko Bottle

Since 1893, Blenko Glass Co. has been making hand-blown glassware in West Virginia. The Blenko water bottle has a double spout and diamond optic design. The bottles come in crystal or various colors such as azure and topaz. Sold at Steve McKenzie's in Atlanta.

Clear Canister

This lidded apothecary decorative jar from Wayfair is simple in its design - and just waiting to be filled.

Domed Jars

Glass bell jars from Z Gallerie are wide enough for Atlanta interior designer Gabriela Eisenhart to create terrariums that display natural elements indoors.

Evoke the Seas

Even objects that are not from the ocean, such as pine cones, can be nestled into this Antique White Clam Shell Bowl, from Overstock.com.

Go for the Gold

A gold lining brings a glamorous touch to a decorative ceramic bowl from Target's Threshold line.

Fine Ceramics

The simple shape of the handmade white Montes Doggett bowl is alluring. Retailer Steve McKenzie's in Atlanta has placed orchids and moss in the bowl, which is made in Peru.