Which dried flowers fit in which vase?

Are you looking for ways to brighten up your home with dried flowers, but not sure which flowers fit in which vase? Then you've come to the right place! In this article we will tell you everything you need to know about which dried flowers fit best in which vase

Which vase?

First of all, it is important to know that not every dried flower is suitable for every vase . This is because different vases have different openings and heights. This means that one vase may be better suited for a certain type of dried flower than another.

For example, a vase with a narrow opening, such as a test tube vase, is ideal for displaying some long, slender dried flowers such as pampas grass , grains or reeds. These dried flowers are high and narrow, making them fit perfectly in these vases.

A round vase, on the other hand, is better suited for full, spherical dried flowers such as dried roses or hydrangeas. These vases often have a wide opening and provide more room for the flowers to spread and show off

Which dried flowers?

Another option is to combine several types of dried flowers in a vase. For example, a mix of dried lavender, roses and grasses look beautiful in a wide-mouthed glass vase. Such a mix of colors and textures creates an interesting and beautiful look.

Long flowers such as pampas grass can be cut to fit in a smaller vase, while shorter flowers look better in taller vases.

In short, there are different types of dried flower and they suit different types of vases. By experimenting with different combinations of flowers and vases, you can create a beautiful and unique look for your home. Hopefully this article has helped you choose the right dried flowers for your favorite vase.

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