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Unrooted cuttings also look good in a vase or mason jar, arranged like a floral bouquet.
Of course, the reason these particular flowers are in such close proximity is that they have been picked and now reside in a white vase.
Made by hand in Portland, The Granite’s Epoca Vases ($64–$160 at Join Shop, South Lake Union, and workshop-thegranite.com) can serve as a vase, carafe or stand-alone objet d’art.
Accessories, such as a square table topped with a yellow vase under his steps, came from Eyedia, 926 Baxter Ave, while a gold and silver mirror that hangs atop an upstairs dresser is a gem from Habitat for Humanity’s Restore.
If an emerald gown is too much, a vase might be just your style.
McBride suggests using a tall candelabra or hurricane vase for a centerpiece, and accenting the rest of the table with votives and tea lights of different sizes.
Later, Unger held out a small vase with a single red rose.
To the right of the mirror, my mom kept a miniature glass vase filled with sanitizer and Tweezerman tweezers in various sizes and pastel hues.
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