"You can never have too many vases. Each vase must perfectly fit the chosen flowers, otherwise the arrangement will not reach its full potential. One should therefore have almost as many vases as there are species of flowers.”
Svenskt Tenn's founder Estrid Ericson loved arranging different kinds of flowers in different shaped vases. Her thoughts on how a vase should be used are still present at Svenskt Tenn, whose range of vases is composed to suit both small and large flowers arrangements, single stems and seedlings. The important thing is to choose a grand vase for grand bouquets and a small vase for delicate flowers, thought Estrid Ericson.
On this page, Svenskt Tenn has gathered all the inspiration you need to choose the right vase for your home.
Choose high, graceful flowers or branches for the classic, round vase by Carina Seth Andersson.
Soft stems, lush bouquets and flowing shapes are beautifully presented in Vase 2 by Josef Frank.
Place selected spring flowers in Nils Fougstedt's characteristic pewter vase, designed in 1931.
A small bouquet of red flowers looks beautiful in this decorative round vase with brass details.
A large spring branch looks beautiful in vase 13, designed in 1957 by Josef for Svenskt Tenn.
Carina Seth Andersson’s wide vase accommodates this season’s lush flower arrangements.
Estrid Ericson felt that every home should own the adaptable and versatile Syltkruka vase.
The Iris vase collection consists of three vases that fit bouquets of different shapes and sizes.
Grow an acorn, germinate a seedling or decorate with single flowers in the classic acorn vase.