Bud Love

Spring brings out some of the most delightful delicate flowers. As the petals unfold, I love pruning off a few blooms to enjoy indoors. A bud vase is just the thing for showing off a flower's individual beauty!


Pure White Ceramic Vase in "Egg" from West Elm

Narcissus "Tete-a-Tete" add some spring color to our mantel in the Egg vase from West Elm.
Narcissus "Tête-à-Tête" adds some spring color to our mantel in West Elm's ceramic Egg vase.

Simple in form and just 5" tall, the aptly named Egg vase from West Elm is perfect for letting your blooms take center stage. I've paired ours with a pet-friendly Pilea pepperomia plant.


Handmade Textured Bud Vases by Bombabird Ceramics from Food52

Handmade textured bud vases by Bombabird Ceramics. Image courtesy Food52.
Handmade textured bud vases by Bombabird Ceramics. Image courtesy Food52.

I'm totally charmed by the colors and textures in this collection of bud vases from Bombabird Ceramics, which is available from Food52. Purchase a few individual pieces or indulge in a set and spread the blooms around the house.


Kaya Solid Ceramic Cups by Justina Blakeney from Jungalow

Kaya solid ceramic cups by Justina Blakeney. Image courtesy Jungalow.
Kaya solid ceramic cups by Justina Blakeney. Image courtesy Jungalow

Are they cups? Are they bud vases? You decide! My take is that Kaya Blakeney's colorful tumblers are as perfect for showing off fresh cuttings in any hue as they are for sipping tea while staring at the garden. Sold individually or as a set from Jungalow.