7 Stylish Vase Arrangements You Need to Try

A collection of like-minded containers makes a super-pretty display. Get inspired by these groupings from HGTV Magazine.

Photo By: Emily Kate Roemer

Photo By: Emily Kate Roemer

Photo By: Emily Kate Roemer

Photo By: Emily Kate Roemer

Photo By: Emily Kate Roemer

Photo By: Emily Kate Roemer

Photo By: Emily Kate Roemer

Rainbow of Pastels

A cluster of tiny vases   —   some matte, some glossy   —   in the softest hues is about as sweet as it gets. Pair a few with buds in equally pale shades. Delicious!

(from left) Round 3"-tall ceramic vase in green, $36, krikriceramics.etsy.com; Pastel 6"-tall clay vase in matte dusty pink, $18, hattanhome.com; Middle Kingdom Plum 5"-tall porcelain vase in matte denim blue, $21.50, globaltable.com; Apple 2 3/4"-tall porcelain vase in light rose, $21.50, mkporcelain.com for stores; Relaxed Dipped 4 1/4"-tall ceramic vase, $47 for a mixed set of 2, dotandbo.com

Shades of Blue

Tinted glass in different shapes and heights creates a serene scene. For an eye-catching contrast, try a bright red orange bouquet.

(from left) Fancy Fair Ombré 8 3/4"-tall glass vase in aqua, $40, michaels.com; Imax Rigney 11 1/2"-tall glass vase, $67.50, wayfair.com; Ribbed 5 1/4"-tall glass vase in turquoise blue, $22.50, lunabazaar.com; Badash Radiant 9"-tall glass vase in peacock blue, $110, allmodern.com

Mixed Metals

An assortment of gold, silver, and copper containers feels well-curated. Vary the textures, too, for more visual oomph.

(from left) Prism 11"-tall ceramic vase, $28, jaysonhome.com; Urban Trends Silvertone Hammered 7 3/4"-tall ceramic vase, $40, overstock.com; Noor 13 1/2"-tall ceramic vase, $80, cyandesign.biz for stores; Futurist 6"-tall 3-D-printed plastic vase in gold, $48, meshcloud.etsy.com; Cyan Design Vulcan 6 3/4"-tall aluminum vase in textured bronze finish, $67.50, zincdoor.com

Traditional + Modern

Classic blue and white looks cool when a hip geometric vase enters the picture. Try blooms in the same shade as the solid-color vase.

(from left) Donny Osmond Home Blue and White 10"-tall ceramic vase, $47, bellacor.com; Redux 7"-tall 3-D-printed plastic vase in yellow, $55, meshcloud.etsy.com; Miyuki 8 1/4"-tall porcelain vase, $100, dwellstudio.com

Neutral + Natural

A gathering of white and wood is always chic. Drive home the theme by including some nature-inspired shapes, like a tree trunk and a sunburst.

(from left) Woodland 4"-tall stoneware vase, $24, darkandstormyceramics.com; Hana 11 3/4"-tall resin vase in ivory, $74, luluandgeorgia.com; Roost Log 9 3/4"-tall porcelain vase, $110, modishstore.com; 4 1/4"-tall cherrywood vase, $75, melanieabrantes.com; Urban Trends Embossed Sunburst 9"-tall ceramic vase, $72, wayfair.com

Mix of Patterns

To make the medley coherent  —  not crazy  —  start with a multicolor vase, then pick up one or two of the hues in the other pieces.

(from left) Kathy Ireland Home 10"-tall ceramic vase in green, $78, overstock.com; Stripe and Dot 4 3/4"-tall ceramic vase in blue and green, $12, harpdesignco.com; Milos 7 1/4"-tall stoneware vase, $12, anthropologie.com

Black + White

Solid black. Solid white. Black dots. White stripes. It all works! Red poppies are the perfect…well…pop!

(from left) DA5783 stoneware vases, $44 for a mixed set of 3 (7"-tall dotted vase and 4 1/2"-tall vertical-striped vase are shown), creativecoop.com for stores; Middle Kingdom Apple 2 3/4"-tall porcelain vase in semi-matte black, $21.50, globaltable.com; Urban Trends Embossed Wave 11 1/2"-tall ceramic vase, $60, amazon.com; Threshold Stripe 9"-tall ceramic vase, $20, target.com