Vases for flowers in — bohemia cut crystal E-shop

Selection of a vase in accordance with the interior

Classic crystal vases look great in traditional interiors. For rooms decorated in a modern style, the products of their crystal with a minimum cut are more suitable, it is possible to use non-standard shapes — narrow and tall or spherical products. When choosing painted Czech crystal vases, make sure that their colors match the color scheme of the interior.

In E-shop you can buy Bohemia Crystal vases for flowers made in the Czech Republic, decorated with molding smalt, gold and classic hand-cut:!

Bohemian glass is hand-blown by Czech glassblowers from a special composition, which includes not only sand, but also metal oxides, so it is light and crystal clear, just like crystal has reflections in the sun. Different metals are added to the glass to give it a color from red, green to blue and azure, and they also use a new technology to burn different shades on the glass itself.

It is good if the motives for the design of your crystal are repeated in other elements of the interior — in the design of chandeliers, shades, etc. This, according to the experience of the staff of the salon «Bohemia», will help to create an integral, complete composition. In order for a vase to become a full-fledged element of interior decor, at a time when there are no fresh flowers in it, you can put in it compositions of branches, dried flowers, etc. In this case, she will always decorate your room.

Crystal vases with an elongated narrow neck go well with plants, the stems of which are elongated, and the flowers are especially lush and bright. Place gerberas, roses, freesias or clematis in them. At the same time, it is not necessary to form a lush bouquet — both one flower and a group of 3-5 plants will look good. If you are placing several flowers, arrange them so that the heads are directed in different directions, in a circle. If you only have one flower, place it in the water, tilting it slightly.

The size of the vase is selected, focusing on the length of the stems and how lush the bouquet is. It is believed that the height of the container should correspond to 2/3 of the height of the flowers, but in some cases this rule can be deviated from. Lush bouquets look good in voluminous cylindrical vases or containers with a neck expanding upward. Small flower arrangements or single flowers are best placed in vases with a narrow or elongated neck.

It is advisable to place low crystal vases so that the bouquet is at eye level — on shelves, high tables, etc. Volumetric and tall vases look good on dining tables, coffee tables, window sills — in this case, you see the entire flower arrangement, and not just flowers or stems. Large vases are often used as floor vases. Flowers with long stems, decorative compositions from dried flowers, compositions from branches, etc. are placed in them.